Remember when home recording for a guitarist consisted of a four-track cassette PortaStudio—maybe combined with a microphone, a nice drum machine, and a digital effects box? Sure, those are decent recording tools, but wouldn’t it be nice to have equipment that gives you limitless track counts, racks of effects, awesome built-in drums, and virtual bass guitar thrown in with unlimited synth, sampled sounds and textures, mixing, processing, and mastering, with the ability to easily mix the finished product to a CD? Think that’s out of your league? Think again! "Guitarist’s Guide to Computer Music" shows you how to turn your computer into a recording, editing, producing, sound-wrangling, effect-processing, mixing studio that really rocks. You won’t believe the results!
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Robin Vincent is technical director of Carillon Audio Systems in the United Kingdom, where he designs and builds computer music studios. He also manages the PC music side of London's famous Turnkey music shop and he fields questions from would-be PC musicians all day long, so he has all the answers.
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Book Description Muska & Lipman/Premier-Trade, 2003. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M1592001335