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Home Recording for Musicians

Home Recording for Musicians
Amsco Publications

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SKU AM0194
Author Craig Anderton
Format Book
Duration 256 pages
Dimensions 230mm x 305mm
Publisher Amsco Publications
Departments General Guitar
 
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Here is a straight-forward treatment of home recording techniques, tips and projects. Beautifully illustrated With a clear and easily accessible text, it shows you how to get the most out of equipment you have and how to choose additional recording tools that you may need. Includes information on tape decks, multi-channelled recorders, mikes, studio set-ups, tapes, mixing, noise reduction, special effects and much more.

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