Fundamentals of Audio Production covers the entire range of audio production fields, giving special attention to digital techniques and to clear explanations of technical subjects. Fundamentals of Audio Production is a comprehensive text, covering the entire spectrum of audio production activities, with particular attention to digital production techniques, which are a predominant part of this continually expanding and evolving field. Sections of the text are devoted to the recording studio, radio, audio for video, post production, field production, and live sound reinforcement. This is an up-to-date treatment, emphasizing and focusing on the technologies that have revolutionized audio production over the past decade. As a team, these three authors bring professional specialization and experience to provide breadth and depth to Fundamentals of Audio Production, thus offering the first book to provide a complete overview of the field, encompassing all major segments of audio production.The IEEE- 1394 interface, often called FireWire (the name adopted by the Apple Computer, which popularized this standard), is a ... Two connectors are associated with S/PDIF, the RCA coaxial connector, as commonly used in consumer analog audio ... to carry out useful functions. ... As described earlier, software is made up of sets of instructions that tell the computera#39;s hardware what to do, with theseanbsp;...
|Title||:||Fundamentals of Audio Production|
|Author||:||Drew O. McDaniel, Rick C. Shriver, Kenneth Ray Collins|
|Publisher||:||Allyn & Bacon - 2008|