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Build Your Own PC Recording Studio By John Chappell

Build Your Own PC Recording Studio by John Chappell

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Making a professional recording and burning it to CD is so easy anyone with a PC can do it at home in an afternoon. This guide takes readers through the easy steps that will enable them to produce master-quality recordings at home.

Build Your Own PC Recording Studio Summary

Build Your Own PC Recording Studio by John Chappell

Regardless of whether your taste is heavy metal, hip-hop, or classical, this book will show you how to set up, operate, and maintain a working home recording studio. Learn to choose the right equipment for your music, produce audio for the Internet or a CD, and even get construction tips for building an optimal recording environment.

About John Chappell

Jon Chappell (New York, NY) is a multi-style guitarist, composer, and arranger. He studied guitar under Carlos Barbosa-Lima at Carnegie Mellon University, and then earned his master's degree in music composition from DePaul University. He has served as editor-in-chief of Guitar Magazine, and was the founder and first editor-in-chief for Home Recording magazine. Chappell is the author of several books, including Guitar for Dummies (more than 400,000 copies sold) and Rock Guitar for Dummies, and the forthcoming Jim Marshall: The Father of Loud, the biography of the Marshall amp designer. He has written extensively for Keyboard, EQ, Guitar Player, Electronic Musician, Onstage, Drum!, Rolling Stone, and the New York Times, and has recorded with Pat Benatar, Judy Collins, Graham Nash, and Bruce Springsteen. Chappell composes and produces music in his home studio for film and TV, and has contributed to such shows as National Public Radio's All Things Considered, Walker, Texas Ranger, Northern Exposure, B. Smith with Style, and the feature film Bleeding Hearts, directed by actor/dancer Gregory Hines.

Table of Contents

Part I: Building Your Recording Studio 1: A Recording Studio in a Box 2: Music and Audio Peripherals 3: Building Your PC Audio System Part II: Building a Musical Arrangement step by step 4: Recording on a Computer 5: Editing, Mixing, and Processing Your Music 6: Mastering, Burning, and Packaging Your CD Part III: Healthy and Happy Recording 7: Home Studio Considerations 8: Maintaining and Caring for Your Recording System

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Build Your Own PC Recording Studio by John Chappell
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McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
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