Anatomy of a Home Studio

Anatomy of a Home Studio

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From the pages of Electronic Musician magazine come these words of wisdom from Scott Wilkinson. He bridges the information gap between beginner and high-end user as he demystifies the decibel, explains SCSI secrets, and makes sense of MIDI. Other topics include the principles of digital audio, effects processors, microphones and more. You'll also get two glossaries: one general and the other packed with Internet terms.natrh hau - p diu N uny - mlxer patch hay nothing had heen plugged into the channel insert. ... This lets you use hoth upper and lower jacks as inputs or outputs, hut it also requires that you make all desired connections with patch cords on the front panel. ... This can take the form of a graphic diagram (see Fig. l5- 7) or a tahle that lists all patch points along with their normaling status and rear-panelanbsp;...

Title:Anatomy of a Home Studio
Author:Scott R. Wilkinson
Publisher:Hal Leonard Corporation - 1997


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