Hal Leonard Publishes Mixing & Mastering Guide

An updated second edition of book 6 in The Hal Leonard Recording Method by Bill Gibson      13/06/12
Hal Leonard Books has published Mixing & Mastering by Bill Gibson. This updated second edition is Book 6 of The Hal Leonard Recording Method and is designed to help the reader complete the recording process by crafting powerful and compelling musical works ready for release. A Hal Leonard Books spokesperson told Sonic State, "It's extremely important that the instrument and vocal tracks in a recording sound their best and work together to form a cohesive blend. Mixing & Mastering demonstrates techniques and procedures that result in a polished mix and powerful master recording, using current plug-ins, software, and hardware. Readers will learn how to prepare the mastered recording for CD/DVD replication, streaming, and digital distribution in stereo or surround. Updated illustrations, photographs, and audio and video examples on the accompanying DVD will reinforce understanding of what is needed to mix and master like the pros."
The Hal Leonard Recording Method
This is the first professional multimedia recording method to take readers from the beginning of the signal path to the final master mix. The series provides easy-to-understand explanations of the entire recording process, addressing both classic equipment and the latest technology; photos and illustrations; dozens of audio and video examples; and more.
About the Author:
Bill Gibson has spent the last thirty-plus years writing, performing, recording, producing, and teaching music. He has written more than thirty books and produced several videos covering important audio concepts. His style is acclaimed for straightforward and understandable explanations of audio concepts and applications. Gibson, an instructor at the Art Institute of Seattle, is also known for his work helping Quincy Jones author the book Q on Producing. He has developed curriculum and currently teaches online sound courses for Berklee College of Music in Boston. Gibson lives in Seattle, Washington.
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