The Mastering Engineer's Handbook

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Catalogue No: HLE00330515
Format: Books | Music Technology
Everything you always wanted to know about the art of music mastering is available in this one book! Peek into a top-flight mastering house and see the tools of the trade, explore the secrets of making hot masters and learn rules for frequency balancing and dither. Learn how CDs work and how they're made, and re-live mastering history with a seperate chapter about mastering for vinyl and how records are pressed.

This book extensively covers stereo mastering and also looks into the future with a section on surround mastering and multi-channel delivery. Plus the third section features interviews with such mastering giants as Bernie Grundman, Bob Ludwig, Glenn Meadows, Doug Sax and more.
ISBN: 0872887413
Published on: 09 May 2001
No of pages: 292
Language: English
Publisher: Hal Leonard Europe
 

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    The author deals with both the fundamentals and the intricacies in an appropriately technical and accurate manner that is not for the casual reader. The interviews with successful mastering Engineers really add extra depth and insight into one of the most widely misunderstood roles in the recording and production process to create a practical and professional guide.
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