With the proliferation of affordable, high-quality hardware and software,most of the power of a professional studio is now available to musicians in the comfort of their own homes. Artists can now compose, perform,record, and distribute music without even leaving the house. The problem is, most musicians don’t know how to get started. What equipment should you buy? How do you use it? The M-Audio Guide for the Recording Guitarist presents a complete how-to guide that answers these questions and more. Specifically geared toward guitarists, this book explains how to work with the M-Audio hardware and software that’s been designed to help guitarists join the computer-recording revolution. And as the leading provider of creative tools for musicians and audio professionals, M-Audio knows home recording better than anyone else. The equipment is covered in depth, including recording interfaces for computers, guitars, microphones,MIDI controllers, and speakers. The book covers everything from purchasing and setting up the equipment, to making and optimizing all connections, to recording final songs. This is the only guide a guitarist needs to create high-quality recordings in the home studio.
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With a guitar in hand, Chris Buono is a multimedia machine. As a performing and recording artist, Chris has appeared as a sideman and guest soloist in myriad genres for various major and indie labels including Lava, Lion Music, LNR, RKM, and E-Magine; and he has performed all over the United States and various other parts of the globe with a dizzying array of legendary musicians. As a professor at Berklee College of Music in the Guitar department, Chris teaches performance labs, ensembles, and private lessons, and heads the world’s only guitar effects lab. Chris is also a senior faculty member for the National Guitar Workshop, where he played a key role in establishing the Music Technology curriculum. As a music journalist, Chris is a regular contributor to Guitar Player magazine, is a columnist for Just Jazz Guitar magazine, contributed to Mel Bay’s Guitar Sessions and Guitar Teacher, and authored Jazz Lead Guitar Solos for Alfred Publishing. Most notably, Chris was an industrious contributor to Guitar One magazine. His work included his effects column “Pedal Points,” featured lesson articles,gear reviews, and interviews with some of today’s most highly regarded guitarists. Plus, he performed all the lesson material on camera for the magazine’s CD-ROM. Chris is also an in-demand clinician in both live and video forums and can be seen regularly showcasing gear for M-Audio and First Act guitars.Review:
Introduction Chapter 1: The Essential Gear Chapter 2: The Audio Interface Explained Chapter 3: Setting Up Your M-Powered Empire Chapter 4: The Joys of Recording Chapter 5: The Black Box Revealed Chapter 6: Face to (Inter)Face with Pro Tools M-Powered Chapter 7: Editing 101 and Some M-Powered Empowerment Chapter 8: An Introduction to Mixing and Mastering Chapter 9: Working with Loops Chapter 10: Working with MIDI Appendix A: The Black Box Fixed Drumbeats Appendix B: Black Box Tempo-Synced Speed Settings Appendix C: The Black Box Controller Assignments Appendix D: Transport Function Keyboard Shortcuts
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