Rip Your Own - Learn how to transfer and digitize your music and then transfer it to your MP3 player. Whether you use a cassette player, record player or some other audio interface, you'll learn how to "rip it". In addition, you'll study how modern technology can help you clean up your recordings - taking out the "hum", "hiss", "pops" and "clicks".
The book also covers the history of recording and takes you on a journey that will leave you amazed at just how far this medium has come - and where it can go from here.
About the Author: Casey Kim began her education in classical music over 20 years ago as a wind and double reed player. Her love of music drove her to learn to play ever more instruments, including guitar, bass, drums, and piano. Her explorations of different genres of contemporary rock and underground music ultimately lead her into the production chair.
Casey has spent the last ten years working as a musician, composer, and digital audio post production engineer, composing and producing music for film, television, multimedia, and video games. After serving internships with various studios and production houses, she established her first audio post production project studio in 1999; The Diavola Sound Workshop. She was heavily involved in the production and development of M-Audio's sample content series; ProSessions 24, ProSessions Producer and ProSessions Premium Instruments.
Casey is currently 1/3 of Dark Red Audio (www.darkredaudio.com), a full service production and artist development company based out of Los Angeles, California.