6 edition of Acoustic Musician"s Guide to Sound Reinforcement and Live Recordings, The found in the catalog.
July 1, 1997
by Prentice Hall
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||288|
Whatever your role in music, from a teacher, to a student, to a band member, to a club owner, to a trainee sound engineer, Exploring Sound Reinforcement will guide you through the maze using simple terminology, and in great style. Be heartened by the fact that nobody knows everything. Sound reinforcement is the use of audio amplification systems. This book is the first and only book of its kind to cover all aspects of designing and using such systems for .
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(Book). This up-to-date book comprehensively covers all aspects of speech and music sound reinforcement. It is roughly divided into four sections: Section 1 provides the tutorial fundamentals that all audio engineers will need, discussing subjects such as fundamentals of acoustics, psychoacoustics, basic electrical theory and digital processing. A sound reinforcement system is the combination of microphones, signal processors, amplifiers, and loudspeakers in enclosures all controlled by a mixing console that makes live or pre-recorded sounds louder and may also distribute those sounds to a larger or more distant audience. In many situations, a sound reinforcement system is also used to enhance or alter the sound of the sources on the.
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This is the book every sound engineer and acoustic musician has been waiting is an essential guide for all sound engineers and acoustic musicians. About the Author Mike Sokol is founder and owner of JMS Productions, a leading provider of high-quality sound reinforcement and live recording services.
Get this from a library. The acoustic musician's guide to sound reinforcement & live recording. [Mike Sokol] -- This book is for acoustic musicians and sound engineers that work in the live sound and recording arenas.
It tells how to set up and operate a sound system and. Written by a musician and engineer with 25 years experience in performance, recording, and sound reinforcement, it seeks to correct common misinformation about sound systems components, and is the only book of its kind to date which combines sound reinforcement and live recording techniques.
The Acoustic Musician's Guide to Sound Reinforcement and Live Recordings. was created as an introduction to Music Business, Audio Technology, Music Technology, Recording, and Sound Reinforcement courses at the undergraduate level.
This text offers down-to-earth guidance on how to set-up the stage for acoustic acts, including selection and stage placement of speakers, amplifiers, Brand: Pearson Education. Sokol walks you step-by-step through preparing for a performance, recording performances, even mastering and manufacturing cassettes and CDs for maximum sound quality.
This is the book every sound engineer and acoustic musician has been waiting for. This is an essential guide for all Acoustic Musicians Guide to Sound Reinforcement and Live Recordings engineers and acoustic musicians. Musicians arrived at the gig with their instruments and, with no complex gear setups or sound “reinforcement,” could start playing within minutes.
The 20th century brought new recording and broadcast technologies, making it possible to reach larger. Venue, ensemble and performers, musical material, engineer's/producer's vision, equipment available, purpose, and logistics. All of these things influence the choices a live recording or live sound engineer makes when planning and recording or reinforcing a live concert or event.
Join our panel of live event recording and sound engineers as they discuss how and why they chose the techniques. a major influence on the sound of an acoustic recording. It is a common view in the recording industry that the music played by a skilled musician with a quality instrument properly miked can be sent directly to the recorder with little or no modification.
This simple approach can often sound better than an instrument that has been reshaped by a. Whether readers run sound for a high energy rock band, mix acoustic performers in a small nightclub, or simply want to understand how to set up the PA in their house, "Live Sound Reinforcement, Best Seller Edition" is perfect for anyone serious about operating professional sound reinforcement equipment.
The Sound Reinforcement Handbook by Gary Davis and Ralph Jones The Sound Reinforcement Handbook reads more like the manual for a Volkswagen than a guide for engineering, but no other book covers the different concepts of live sound reinforcement with such detail.
Although the intersect between 'guitarist' and 'interested in live sound' includes a lot of active musicians, it is impossible for me to predict what the existing knowledge level of the reader is, because it will vary from person-to-person.
At one end of the spectrum, there are people who know very little about live sound.*. Occasionally, more than 2 subwoofers are required for a gig, in which case, you’ll need to use a speaker management system.
These usually include lots of DSP (digital signal processors) like EQ, compression, limiting and stereo imaging: but most importantly, they allow you to split a stereo signal to eight or more outputs, which gives you the freedom to include multiple subs.
Live Roots Music is committed to recording acoustic music, and offers attention to detail for your event, concert or performance. We have one price that includes our whole setup, including whatever you need from our selection of the latest digital high resolution gear.
Why rent your own gear when you can pay a little more and we’ll set it up, be your audio team for the day, and then tear it. Bill Gibson is president of Northwest Music and Recording, Inc. and has spent the last 35 years writing, recording, producing, and teaching music. As an audio professional and active sound engineer, Bill has developed unique insights into the techniques and procedures that produce extremely high quality audio, both in the recording studio and.
About PA Systems: From battery-powered portables to monster 3-way systems with multiple subwoofers and refrigerator-sized racks full of power amps, your PA system is a big part of what presents you to the world. PA gear, or "sound-reinforcement equipment," has changed immensely in a short period of time, with new digital technology revolutionizing mixers, power amps and speaker electronics.
The purpose of this book is to provide only the most essential information needed to help the beginning audio engineer or live sound enthusiast get a firm grasp on the essentials basics of live sound reinforcement in order to land and perform their first s: 6.
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This book will provide you with clear explanations, plain instruction, and focus on the fundamentals that matter most when it comes to operating a live sound system. Live Sound Reinforcement covers all aspects of P.A.
system operation. Get ready to learn live sound reinforcement with the best-selling title on the subject. The simple language, detailed illustrations, and concrete examples in this book are suitable for those at beginning to intermediate levels. File Type PDF Sound Reinforcement Guide Sound Reinforcement Application Guide - Yamaha - United States Mixing live sound is one of the most fun yet challenging aspects of music, and the ability to mix both in the studio and live makes a good audio engineer in high demand.
Many of the same microphone rules used in recording apply equally as well for live sound reinforcement. If you skipped the recording chapter, please back up and read the section on microphones – the laws of physics don’t change for sound reinforcement.
A major difference between microphone placement in live sound versus recording. This Guide is my attempt at a summary to aid the training of volunteers in the basics of live sound mixing with an emphasis on non-technical details, and oriented towards acoustic music settings.
It is based upon my experiences with sound at the Laurel Theatre and a few other venues over the past 15 years and includes details on the.This book looks at the techniques professionals use to obtain quality onstage sound and applies them to the working musician.
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