Cengage Course Tech.Book: Mixing, Recording, and Producing Techniques of the Pros,2nd ed. by Rick Clark
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Mixing, Recording, and Producing Techniques of the Pros - This book is filled with 115 interviews with famous producers and arrangers who donate their experience and who reveal their tips, tricks and techniques to producing quality recordings.
Recording and mixing is an art form and by learning from engineers, producers and composers, you'll gain valuable knowledge that you can apply to your own work. The book is divided by topics that range from special studio practices to stories about how certain recordings were achieved.
About the Author: Rick Clark is a veteran music journalist whose work has appeared in dozens of major publications, including Rolling Stone, Goldmine, Radio and Records, Mix, and other top magazines, as well as numerous album liner notes.
Clark, an active voting member of NARAS since 1981, has produced a wide variety of projects for major and indie labels and is a music supervisor and music producer for film and television. He lives and works out of Santa Monica and Nashville.