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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Foreword ix
  • Editor's Preface to the Fourth Edition x
  • Technical Introduction 1
  • 1- The Programme Chain 3
  • 2- Basic Electronics And Acoustics 13
  • 3- Digital Theory 37
  • 4- Studio Planning And Installation 104
  • 5 Studio Acoustics 105
  • The Equipment 125
  • 6- Microphones 127
  • 7 Mixing Consoles: Analogue 143
  • 8- Digital Mixing 176
  • 9- Sound Processing 204
  • Loudspeakers And Monitoring 230
  • 11- Tape Recorders: Analogue 246
  • 12- Digital Recorders 267
  • 13: Mobile Recording Units 285
  • 14- Maintenance 316
  • Recording Techniques 329
  • 15- The Spoken Word 331
  • 16- Classical Music 346
  • 17- Popular Music 360
  • 18- Electronic Music 380
  • 19- The Role Of The Producer 396
  • The Consumer Product 407
  • 20: Post-Production 409
  • 21- Disc Cutting 426
  • 22 Vinyl Disc Processing 444
  • 23: Tape Duplicating Gerd Nathan (revised by John Borwick) 459
  • 24- Compact Disc Processing 475
  • Allied Media 491
  • 25- Radio Broadcasting 493
  • 26- Television 510
  • 27 Video 528
  • 28: Film 545
  • 29- Legal Rights And Sound Recordings 566
  • Appendices 577
  • Glossary 587
  • Index 613
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