Recording Tips for Engineers, Fourth Edition provides the knowledge needed to become a proficient audio engineer. With years of experience working with big name rock stars, author Tim Crich shares his expertise and gives all the essential insider tips and shortcuts. A tool for engineers of all levels, this humorous, easy-to-read guide is packed with practical advice using real-life studio situations, bulleted lists, and clear illustrations. It will save valuable time and allow for fast, in-session reference.
Additional resources are available on the companion website (www.routledge/cw/crich.com).
The fourth edition has been updated to:
- Lead discussions of modern file storage and processes for uploading, downloading, sharing, and transferring files and data.
- Address digital audio workstations.
- Provide expanded coverage on room treatment.
Table of Contents
List of Figures
Chapter 1: The Recording Engineer
Chapter 2: Sound Characteristics
Chapter 3: The Studio Setup
Chapter 4: Drums Setup
Chapter 5: Electric Guitars Setup
Chapter 6: Acoustic Instruments Setup
Chapter 7: Vocals Setup
Chapter 8: The Control Room Setup
Chapter 9: The Starting Points
Chapter 10: The Signal Routing
Chapter 11: The Recording
Chapter 12: The Mixing
Tim Crich has over twenty-five years of experience in the recording studio, and has worked on records by the Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, John Lennon, Billy Joel, David Bowie, Bon Jovi, Ozzy, Cher, and many more. Tim has engineered for some of the biggest producers in the world. He is the author of Assistant Engineers Handbook.