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050 0 0 _aTK7881.4
_b.S465 2011
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100 1 _aSenior, Mike.
245 1 0 _aMixing secrets for the small studio
_cMike Senior.
260 _aBurlington, MA :
_bFocal Press,
_c©2011.
300 _ax, 342 p. :
_bill. ;
_c24 cm.
505 8 _aMachine generated contents note: TABLE OF CONTENTS Part 1: Hearing & ListeningChapter 1: Choosing & Using Nearfield MonitorsChapter 2: Other Important Monitoring SystemsChapter 3: Low-end Damage LimitationChapter 4: Staying ObjectivePart 2: Mix PreparationChapter 5: Not So Fast! -- Starting At The Beginning [includes session layout, track clean-up, & multing]Chapter 6: Comping & Arrangement TipsChapter 7: Adjusting Timing & GrooveChapter 8: Tuning CorrectionPart 3: Building Your BalanceChapter 9: Where To Start? [includes faders, panning, and working order]Chapter 10: Equalising For A ReasonChapter 11: Beyond EQ [includes distortions, exciters, synths, microeffects]Chapter 12: Compressing For A ReasonChapter 13: Beyond Compression [includes other dynamics processors]Chapter 14: Combining EQ & Compression [includes plug-in order, multi-band dynamics, and dynamic EQ]Chapter 15: The Power Of Side-chainsPart 4: Sweetening To TasteChapter 16: The Reverb FixChapter 17: Delay EffectsChapter 18: Modulation TreatmentsChapter 19: Stereo Processing & PitfallsChapter 20: Automation: More Than HumanChapter 21: Finishing Off [including loudness-matching, snags, and revisions]AppendicesAppendix 1: Some Fundamental Principles Of Sound & Gain ManagementAppendix 2: Multi-miking, Phase & PolarityAppendix 3: Glossary.
650 0 _aSound
_xRecording and reproducing.
650 0 _aHigh-fidelity sound systems.
650 0 _aSound studios.
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955 _bxh12 2010-12-01 from music section
_ixh12 2010-12-01 ONIX
_axe14 2011-04-18 2 copies rec'd., to CIP ver.
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