From Amazon.com: "Understanding Audio explores the fundamentals of audio and acoustics that impact every stage of the music recording process. Whether you are a musician setting up your first Pro Tools project studio, or you are a seasoned recording engineer or producer eager to find a reference that fills in the gaps in your understanding of audio, this book is for you."
From the back cover: "Over 275 NON-TECHNICAL pages of TIPS, TRICKS and HOW-TO'S that EVERY ASSISTANT ENGINEER needs to GET AHEAD in TODAY'S RECORDING STUDIO! Enough FULL DETAILS on SETUP, CHANGE and BREAKDOWN of ALL EQUIPMENT to give YOU INSTANT EXPERIENCE!"
From Amazon.com: "Mastering Audio explains leading-edge audio concepts in an easy-to-grasp, holistic manner, including an ear-opening investigation of the mysteries of jitter, dither and wordlengths, high sample rates, distortion, headroom, monitor calibration, metering, depth perception, compression and expansion, equipment interconnection and much more. Mastering Audio is for everyone who wants to increase their mastery of digital and analog audio: musicians, producers, A&R, mastering, recording and mixing engineers, and students."
From Amazon.com: "This book offers a quick guide and complete reference to the fundamentals of test and measurement for all aspects of sound engineering. Including electrical and acoustic testing, measurement systems, levels, methods, protecting the ear, units of measurement and standards, this guide comes with...multiple tables to ensure quick easy access to information and [to] illustrate points. [T]his is a must have reference for all audio engineers."
From the publisher's blurb: "This comprehensive guide, the first of its kind written for musicians and creative professionals in music, clearly defines nearly 2500 terms used in music production and audio-engineering, including technical, creative, and business terminology."
From the Cambridge University Press website: "From the cylinder to the download, the practice of music has been radically transformed by the development of recording and playback technologies. This Companion provides a detailed overview of the transformation, encompassing both classical and popular music."
From Amazon.com: "What happens during a big-time professional recording session can be easily applied to make even the most casual recording session successful. In The Studio Musician's Handbook, best-selling author Bobby Owsinski and in-demand studio bassist Paul Ill reveal the inner workings of a major Hollywood recording session, including a look at the players themselves."
From Amazon.com: "As a musician, how do you know which rights to negotiate to win your best publishing and recording deal? What should you ask your entertainment lawyer to ensure that your rights are protected? When is producing a music video the right move - and when is it an expensive mistake? What do you need to put together a winning promotional tape? Record producer and consultant Wayne Wadhams answers the questions foremost in the mind of every musician."
From IMDB.com: "Jack Mullin's influence extends from the creation of tape following World War II to the rise of the iPod in recent times. Sound Man sheds welcome light on the career of this neglected pioneer, responsible for the innovation described as 'a musician's dream.'" - Peter Schwartz
From thelanguageofmusic.com: "Tom Dowd & the Language Of Music profiles the extraordinary life and legendary work of music producer/recording engineer Tom Dowd. Historical footage, vintage photographs and interviews with a who's who list of musical giants from the worlds of jazz, soul and classic rock shine a spotlight on the brilliance of Tom Dowd, whose creative spirit and passion for innovative technology helped shape the course of modern music."
From the catalog: "Prince Charles Alexander shares his expertise, and keen sense of production and the music business. He covers beat mapping in Logic and Pro Tools, how stereo sound is perceived through time differentials in sound reaching both ears and other topics."
From Amazon.com: "Ninety minutes seems insufficient to cover the remarkable career of Quincy Jones, but this documentary, broadcast in 2001 as part of PBS's American Masters series, does a pretty fair job of it. Using interviews, photos, film clips, etc., In the Pocket manages to address all of it, while also documenting Jones's two failed marriages, an aneurysm, a nervous breakdown, and other lowlights. Harry Belafonte narrates, and many luminaries are on hand to celebrate the life and work of one of the most prolific and respected musicians of our time." - Sam Graham
From IMDB.com: "A behind-the-scenes look at the making of Pump, the album that carried Boston band Aerosmith into the nineties. While this video doesn't include album versions of any of the songs from Pump (Columbia did not have control of the rights), it does include extensive footage of the band members perfecting their craft in the studios, as well as interviews with all those involved." - Jean-Marc Rocher
From Amazon.com: "The most phenomenal recording in rock & roll history is thoroughly examined in Pink Floyd: The Dark Side of the Moon. The Floyd's 1973 masterpiece remained on bestseller charts for nearly 14 years, and its enduring importance is honored here by all four members of Pink Floyd and key personnel (engineer Alan Parsons, mixing supervisor Chris Thomas, sleeve designer Storm Thorgerson, and others) who played essential roles in the landmark album's creation." - Jeff Shannon
From the publisher: "Relaunched and redesigned to feature the editorial depth and influence of both EM and EQ, the all-new Electronic Musician is the premier media vehicle offering manufacturers the opportunity to reach the full spectrum of today’s musicians, producers and engineers. Electronic Musician is not merely a recording magazine but covers all aspects of music production—performance, recording and technology, from studio to stage."
From the publisher: "Distributed in 94 countries, Mix is the world's leading magazine for the professional recording and sound production technology industry. Mix covers a wide range of topics including: recording, live sound and production, broadcast production, audio for film and video, and music technology. In addition, Mix includes coverage of facility design and construction, location recording, tape/disc manufacturing, education, and other topics of importance to audio professionals."
From the publisher: "Tape Op Magazine is a bi-monthly publication covering music recording...Since 1996 our articles have covered producers, engineers and musicians with gear reviews and more. Tape Op’s focus has been on creativity and inspiration, rather than simple discussions of recording equipment."
From the publisher: "Sound On Sound, the world's premier music recording technology magazine. Based in Cambridge, England and independently-owned, we've been delivering our quality monthly print magazine since 1985...Sound On Sound is recognised internationally as the 'bible' of the hi-tech music recording industry."
From the publisher: "Music Tech is the world's most practical music recording and production magazine. Every issue is packed with hands-on features written by professional producers and engineers, software walkthroughs for all the key packages, Ten Minute Master guides to technologies and techniques, and the very latest product and software news and reviews. PLUS there's a free DVD every issue filled with exclusive royalty-free samples and loops, special edition software, video tutorials and workshop resources."
From the Audio Engineering Society's website: "The Journal of the Audio Engineering Society — the official publication of the AES — is the only peer-reviewed journal devoted exclusively to audio technology. The Journal contains state-of-the-art technical papers and engineering reports; feature articles covering timely topics; pre and post reports of AES conventions and other society activities; news from AES sections around the world; Standards and Education Committee work; membership news, patents, new products, and newsworthy developments in the field of audio."