To produce an award winning album you need to know what goes into creating great music- both the business and the technical. What is Music Production covers the process, looking at the art of producing and providing insight into the producer's lifestyle.
Packed with informaton, the book is a step-by-step guide and gives insight into the process of music production. Whether you're are a professional or just starting your career What is Music Production will tell you things you need to know from working with artists, songs, pre production, mixing, mastering to finance and budgeting to glean a professional result. Combining the "how to" with online assets and interviews the book arms you with the tools, techniques and knowledge to be a producer.
*Gives you insight into the process of music production
*Unravels the mystery behind producing records from the producer's perspective
*Learn through real world discussion about specific producers and their styles.
*Includes online assets, get the best of both worlds- great text and a flexible online component and hear what is being discussed
Hepworth-Sawyers' What is Music Production excerpted on ProSoundWeb "Authors Russ Hepworth-Sawyer and Craig Golding tackle a seemingly nebulous and elusive target for the subject of this 277 page book from Focal Press. I liked that they first define and quantify music production in the first section sections and then go on to describe what kind of people gravitate toward this profession, what being a music producer really means, and how to make a living/business out of it. I found What is Music Production? An excellent read and well worth adding to your library."--Music Connection "This book isn't a 'Bible' for every producer (could there be such a thing?), but as a go-to guide on a variety of topics and an enlightening insight into parts of the industry we don't always know enough about, it's a fascinating read and highly recommended."--Review in Recording Magazine
Audience: Tertiary; University or College
Number Of Pages: 304
Published: 27th October 2010
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 23.4 x 19.3 x 1.7
Weight (kg): 0.62
Edition Number: 1