This is a practical, hands-on guide to a variety of recording environments, from modest home studios - where the guitarist must also act as the engineer and producer - to professional facilities outfitted with top-quality gear and staffed with audio engineers. This book will prepare guitarists for any recording situation and will help them become familiar with all facets of recording technology and procedure. Topics covered include: guitars and amps for recording; effects; mixer logic and routing strategies; synching music to moving images; and how to look and sound professional, with advice from Alex Lifeson, Carl Verheyen, Steve Lukather, Eric Johnson and others. Also includes complete info on the classic set-ups of 14 guitar greats, from Hendrix to Vai. 160 pages, 8 1/2 inch. x 11 inch.SOUNDCARDS Typical entry-level cards have a stereo input and output, supplied by two 1/8aquot; or 1/4aquot; jacks, or four RCA plugs of left and right in and left and right out. These plug right into slots in the back of your computer, and are designed to be installed by the user. ... Digidesigna#39;s Pro Tools comes with software, rackmount interfaces for audio connections and a computer souruicard use a third-partyanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Recording Guitarist|
|Publisher||:||Hal Leonard Corporation - 1999|