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Sound and Recording: An Introduction

by Francis Rumsey

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0240513835, Paperback)

This book is designed as an easy-to-read reference for those at an early stage in their careers. For those students or trainee engineers entering music recording, broadcasting or associated industries this book should provide a useful introduction to the principles of sound, perception, audio technology and systems. Key facts are presented in self-contained "fact files". The book covers such subjects as basic acoustics, auditory perception, mixing-console layout and functions, analogue and digital recording, noise reduction, MIDI, timecode, synchronization, microphone principles and loudspeaker systems, and as such it may also be of interest to those professionals already established in audio engineering as a "back-to-basics" reference. This new edition contains additional material on stereo and surround sound.

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This easy-to-read reference, designed for those at an early stage in their careers, provides an introduction to the principles of sound, perception, audio technology and systems. Key facts are presented in self-contained fact files.

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