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Best Books For Recording
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Joined: 08/06/2014 04:51:22
Messages: 6

What the best reading material/books that I should be reading to learn all the terms and meaning of all the settings for a new guy at this game. I hate clicking on something and not knowing at all what it dose or how much reverb to ad or delay or is it all by what sounds good to you. But really I don't know what anything really does. But then again we were all wearing diapers at one time

Joined: 08/06/2014 20:54:58
Messages: 2

You can buy Systematic Productions - The Systematic Mixing Guide with Ermin Hamidovic
This is really usefull literature!

Joined: 12/03/2012 21:10:44
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Location: Skaneateles, NY USA

Yes, you can spend money on books but there are HUNDREDS of great FREE videos out there:

Google is your friend!

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