UNDERSTANDING AND PRESERVING DYNAMIC RANGE

Oct 1, 1999, Bill Whitlock

Over the past 20 years, digital media has made possible the economical delivery of music with very high dynamic range. Dynamic ranges above 90 dB are...

Making the Most of Audio 101: AN ADDRESS TO THE INCOMING CLASS OF 2003

Aug 1, 1999, Paul D. Lehrman

First of all, don't worry about the sunscreen. For the next four years, where you're going to be spending all your time, you're not going to need it.Worry...

New Audio and Recording Books

Aug 1, 1999, MIX STAFF

THE AUDIOPRO HOME RECORDING COURSE VOLUME 3 By Bill Gibson MixBooks 800/543-7771; www.mixbooks.com Attending a top recording program is the best way to...

Understanding Compressors and Compression

Jan 1, 1999, Barry Rudolph

Compression is one of the most common processes in all audio work, yet the compressor is one of the least understood and most misused processors. Compressed...

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