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The most comprehensive guide available on audio mastering'written by a professional mastering engineer
Fully explains the process of preparing and transferring recorded sound from a source to a storage medium (the master)'the source from which all copies will be produced
Audio mastering is one of the most crucial steps in professional music and film post-production
Includes contributions from several of the most respected professionals in audio mastering and related fields in the world today
Author-created software available free online to help the reader perform the book's main themes
About the Author
Gebre Waddell is a noted mastering engineer and owner of Stonebridge Mastering. His 10-year career includes work with artists such as Public Enemy, Ministry, George Clinton, and Rick Ross. Waddell is a current member of the Grammy Recording Academy and the Audio Engineering Society. He has created many resources, including The Digital Publishing Standard for Audio Recordings and a popular spectrographic frequency chart titled 'The Frequency Domain.' Most recently, Waddell has been working with DSP algorithm design and VST programming.
Ch 1. Overview of Mastering Engineering Ch 2. Typical Mastering Session Ch 3. Do-It-Yourself Guide for Basic Mastering Ch 4. Preparing a Mix for Professional Mastering Ch 5. Workflow & Client Interfacing Ch 6. Mastering Gear Ch 7. Mastering Practices: Techniques, Problems and Approaches Ch 8. Shaping Dynamics Ch 9. Achieving Loudness Ch 10. Fades, Sequencing & Spacing Ch 11. Visualizations/Metering Ch 12. Preparing for Final Output Ch 13. What Happens After Mastering Ch 14. DAW/Computer Optimization and Interfacing Ch 15. Contributions
ISBN: 9780071819572 ISBN-10: 0071819576 Series: Electronics Audience:
Number Of Pages: 240 Published: 16th July 2013 Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education - Europe Country of Publication: US Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 18.8
Weight (kg): 0.36
Edition Number: 1