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Home Studio Setup : Everything You Need to Know from Equipment to Acoustics
Home Studio Setup : Everything You Need to Know from Equipment to Acoustics
著者名 Harris, Ben
出版社 : Focal Pr
出版年月 : 2009/01
Binding : Paperback
ISBN : 9780240811345

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内容情報
Source: ENG
Academic Descriptors: A08010200 A08850000
Place of Publication: United States
Academic Level: Extracurricular
Table of Contents
 
Introduction                                       xiii
  SECTION 1 ACOUSTICS
    Introduction to Acoustics                      3   (12)
      Fundamentals of Acoustics                    4   (3)
        How Sound Travels Through Air              4   (1)
        Frequency and Amplitude                    5   (1)
        Delay and Reverberation                    6   (1)
      Common Acoustic Problems                     7   (2)
        Flutter and Comb Filtering                 7   (1)
        Room Modes                                 8   (1)
      The Two Types of Acoustic Treatment          9   (4)
        Control                                    10  (2)
        Isolation                                  12  (1)
      Control vs. Isolation                        13  (2)
    Planning                                       15  (12)
      Programming                                  15  (1)
        Programming Questions                      15  (1)
      Function                                     16  (5)
      Goals                                        21  (1)
      Time and Money                               21  (1)
      Making the Most of Your Room                 22  (5)
        One Room or Two?                           23  (1)
        One Large Room                             23  (1)
        Desk and Speaker Orientation               23  (2)
        Making Your Room Work                      25  (2)
    Construction                                   27  (16)
      Basic Construction Tips and Tricks           27  (10)
        Bass Traps                                 27  (1)
        Building a Bass Trap                       28  (1)
        Diffusion                                  29  (2)
        Buying or Building Diffusers               31  (1)
        The Problem with Foam                      32  (1)
        Alternatives to Foam                       32  (1)
        Building Additional Permeable Walls        33  (1)
        Wall and Floor Construction                34  (1)
        Panel or Membrane Absorber                 35  (2)
      Common Problems and Solutions                37  (6)
        Room Modes                                 37  (1)
        Equalization                               38  (1)
        Absorption                                 39  (4)
  SECTION 2 EQUIPMENT
    Computers and Recording                        43  (22)
      Digital Audio Workstation (DAW)              43  (4)
        Software-Based DAW                         44  (2)
        Pro Tools vs. Everything Else              46  (1)
      Mac vs. PC                                   47  (2)
        The Legitimate Reasons to Choose           47  (2)
      Computer Hardware                            49  (7)
        The Processor                              49  (1)
        The Motherboard                            49  (1)
        Ram                                        50  (1)
        Usb and Firewire                           50  (1)
        Hard Drives                                51  (2)
        Video Cards                                53  (1)
        Optical Drives                             54  (1)
        Sound Cards and Audio Interfaces           54  (1)
        PCI Slots                                  55  (1)
      Plug-Ins                                     56  (3)
        Stock vs. Third-Party Plug-Ins             56  (2)
        Modeled vs. Digital                        58  (1)
        Native vs. Dsp                             59  (1)
      Midi Keyboards, Synthesizers, and Samplers   59  (6)
        Midi Controllers                           60  (1)
        Samplers                                   61  (1)
        Synthesizers                               62  (1)
        Loop Players                               63  (2)
    The Front End                                  65  (20)
      Tradition                                    65  (1)
      Microphones                                  66  (5)
        Dynamic Mics                               66  (1)
        Ribbon Mics                                67  (1)
        Condenser Mics                             68  (1)
        Microphone Polar Patterns                  69  (2)
      Microphone Preamplifiers                     71  (3)
        Tubes vs. Transformers (Solid State)       73  (1)
      Outboard Equalizers and Compressors          74  (2)
      Analog-to-Digital Conversion                 76  (2)
      Cables                                       78  (7)
        Cable Materials                            78  (1)
        Cable Types                                79  (6)
    Control and Monitoring                         85  (12)
      Mixing Consoles                              85  (6)
        Mixing Consoles vs. Audio Interfaces       85  (1)
        Analog vs. Digital Mixing Consoles         86  (2)
        Mixing in the Box or in the Console        88  (1)
        Audio Interface Mixer Functions            88  (3)
      Control Surfaces                             91  (2)
      Studio Monitors                              93  (2)
        Accuracy, Power, and Fatigue               93  (1)
        Active vs. Passive                         94  (1)
        Near, Mid-, and Far Field                  94  (1)
      Headphones                                   95  (2)
        Open vs. Closed                            96  (1)
    Putting It All Together                        97  (12)
      Connection Scenarios                         97  (5)
        Connection Scenario 1                      97  (2)
        Connection Scenario 2                      99  (1)
        Connection Scenario 3                      100 (2)
      Furniture, Decor, and Ergonomics             102 (2)
        Setting a Vibe                             102 (1)
        Lava Lamps and Lighting                    103 (1)
        Displaying Art and Instruments             104 (1)
        Creative Acoustics                         104 (1)
        Furniture and Decor                        104 (1)
      Purchasing Suggestions and Equipment         104 (5)
      Conclusions
  SECTION 3 RECORDING TECHNIQUES
    Recording Techniques                           109 (20)
      Fundamentals                                 109 (10)
        Transducers                                109 (1)
        Signal Processing                          110 (1)
        Analog Recording                           111 (1)
        Digital Recording                          112 (2)
        Bit Depth and Sample Rate                  114 (3)
        Digital Recording Levels                   117 (1)
        Tracking                                   118 (1)
      Midi                                         119 (4)
        The Purpose of Midi                        120 (1)
        Midi Techniques                            120 (3)
        Other Uses of Midi                         123 (1)
      Production Basics                            123 (2)
        Using a Click Track                        123 (1)
        Using Loops                                124 (1)
      Signal Flow and Routing                      125 (4)
        Inserts                                    125 (1)
        Auxiliary Sends and Returns                126 (1)
        Busses                                     127 (2)
    Tools                                          129 (30)
      Microphones                                  129 (10)
        Microphone Technique                       129 (1)
        Choice Considerations                      130 (2)
        Instrument Acoustics                       132 (1)
        Proximity Effect                           133 (1)
        Common Problems                            134 (1)
        Stereo Micing                              135 (2)
        Common Microphone Practices                137 (2)
      Dynamics Processors                          139 (9)
        Side Chain                                 140 (1)
        Perceived Loudness                         141 (1)
        Compression Basics                         142 (2)
        Compression Techniques                     144 (2)
        Mixing Considerations                      146 (2)
      Equalization                                 148 (4)
        Filters, Peak/Dip, and Shelving            148 (1)
        Types of Equalizer Processors              149 (1)
        The Three Purposes of EQ                   150 (2)
      Time-Based Effects                           152 (7)
        Delay                                      153 (1)
        Reverb                                     154 (2)
        Flanger                                    156 (1)
        Phaser                                     156 (1)
        Chorus                                     156 (3)
    Bringing It All Together                       159 (18)
      Mixing                                       159 (10)
        The Purpose of Mixing                      160 (2)
        Setting Up a Mix                           162 (2)
        Panning                                    164 (2)
        Common Problems and Solutions              166 (3)
      Mastering                                    169 (4)
        The Purpose of Mastering                   169 (2)
        Tools and Techniques                       171 (2)
      Interfacing with the World                   173 (1)
        Burning a CD                               173 (1)
        Sharing on the Internet                    174 (1)
      Conclusion                                   174 (3)
Index                                              177
 

Whether you have a ton of equipment or just the basic gear this book offers an all you need to know to setting up, running and getting great sound from a project studio. In three parts Harris walks you thought Acoustics, Equipment and Recording Technique. From the basics of acoustic treatment to techniques to solve problems specific to your room, and from offering explanations and information of equipment to how to record and create a great mix. In no time you'll be recording, producing great music in your very own studio.

Contents
Acoustics Chapter 1two types of acoustic treatment Chapter 2: Planning Programming Making the most out of your room Chapter 3: Construction Basic construction tips and tricks Common Problems and Solutions Equipment Chapter 4: Computers and Recorders DAW programs Plug-ins Software Synths and Samplers Chapter 5: The Front End Microphones Microphone Preamps Outboard Compressors and Equalizers Analog to Digital Conversion Chapter 6: Control and Monitoring Mixing Consoles Control Surfaces Studio Monitors Chapter 7: Equipment of the project studio Furniture, Decor, and Ergonomics Purchasing Suggestions Recording Techniques Chapter 8: Fundamentals Basics of Sound Analog and Digital Recording MIDI Signal Flow and Routing Chapter 9: Tools Microphones Compression Equalization Time-Based Effects Chapter 10: Bringing It All Together Mixing Mastering