Start your music engineering career on a high note. This book will help guide you into the job that's best for you. --Ken Pohlman, Author of Principles of Digital Audio
If a student likes music and wants to get into microphone design, I would recommend they start by learning the software side (Pro Tools) or the hardware side (electronics). They should first and foremost understand the physics of sound and how that applies to anything. --Michael Godfrey, President & Founder, Holophone
An educated person is one who knows where to find the answers..... It is the difference between saying yes when you know how, saying yes then finding out how, or saying no and being left behind. --Roy Pritts, Past Chairman of the Audio Engineering Society Education Committee
About the Author
Celeste Baine is an avid drummer, a biomedical engineer, the director of the Engineering Education Service Center and the award-winning author of Is There an Engineer Inside You: A Comprehensive Guide to Career Decisions in Engineering, The Fantastical Engineer: A Thrillseeker s Guide to Careers in Theme Park Engineering, High Tech Hot Shots: Careers in Sports Engineering and Teaching Engineering Made Easy: A Friendly Introduction to Engineering Activities for Middle School Teachers. She is the author of the engineering section of the World Book Encyclopedia's Science Year and the principal trainer for the Academy of Engineering LEGO laboratory. She won the 2005 Norm Augustine Award for Engineering Communications which is given to an engineer who has demonstrated the capacity for communicating the excitement and wonder of engineering; the 2004 American Society for Engineering Education's Engineering Dean Council s Award for the Promotion of Engineering Education and Careers; and, she is also listed on the National Engineers Week Web site as one of 50 engineers you should meet!