- 252 Pages
- Released: August 21, 2008
- Publisher: Hal Leonard
Description by OLDIES.com:
Guerilla Home Recording, second edition, is a revolutionary new approach to getting great sound in a home or project studio. Author Karl Coryat breaks down the process by showing how to think in terms of three simple "dimensions of sound," and then explains, step-by-step, how this can help you to achieve amazingly clean recordings with maximum impact. Best of all, you don't need the latest pro gear to do it! Even if your're recording on a shoestring budget or haven't upgraded your studio or software in years, Guerilla Home Recording shows you how to create great productions that leave everyone else's in the dust.
A clever resource for the ever-growing home recording market. The revised edition is updated with a greater focus on digital recording techniques, the most powerful tools available to the home recordist. There are chapters devoted to instrument recording, humanizing drum patterns, mixing with plug-ins and virtual consoles, and a new section on using digital audio skills. And since, many true "Guerrillas" still record to analog tape, we have retained the best of that world. This edition features many more graphics than in the original edition, further enforcing Guerrilla Home Recording's reputation as the most readable, user-frienly recording title on the market.