Im­prove your record­ings!

Guitar Techniques - - Intro -

hal Leonard Books has pub­lished Zen and the art Of record­ing, the third in­stal­ment in Mix­er­man’s ‘art Of’ se­ries of books. the en­tire se­ries, which also in­cludes Zen and the art Of Pro­duc­ing, Zen and the art Of Mix­ing is now avail­able both in print and in mul­ti­me­dia e-book for­mat with over an hour of bonus video con­tent for each ti­tle.

in Zen and the art Of record­ing ($24.99, isBn: 9781480387430), Mix­er­man dis­tills the in­escapable tech­ni­cal re­al­i­ties of record­ing down to un­der­stand­able and prac­ti­cal terms. Whether mu­si­cian or self-taught recordist, at home or in a full-blown stu­dio com­plex, you’ll hope­fully dis­cover a de­fin­i­tive blue­print for record­ing within the cur­rent re­al­i­ties of the business, with­out ever los­ing fo­cus on the core con­sid­er­a­tion - the mu­sic it­self. as Mix­er­man writes: “the mo­ment you start to think in mu­si­cal terms, your record­ings will im­prove a hun­dred­fold.”

“Mix­er­man has done it again,” says ron saint Ger­main, a pro­ducer-en­gi­neer with over 300 mil­lion in sales that in­cludes u2, Whit­ney hous­ton, 311, and more. “With his sig­na­ture hu­mor­ous and en­ter­tain­ing style, he im­parts a world of in­valu­able in­for­ma­tion for the as­pir­ing recordist and mu­si­cian in an easy to ab­sorb com­mon­sense man­ner.”

“Zen and the art Of record­ing de­scribes an ap­proach rather than a recipe,” adds Bob Olhs­son - ste­vie Won­der, Jack­son Five, Marvin Gaye among oth­ers. “this is im­por­tant be­cause in the real world noth­ing works the same way ev­ery time. this is an ex­cel­lent over­view of the is­sues to be con­sid­ered, along with a broad va­ri­ety of proven tech­niques for ad­dress­ing them.” Visit www. halleonard­ for more!

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