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Want to record live audio or make field recordings for television and films? This book will teach you how. Recording on the Go: The Definitive Guide to Live Recording brings together the foundations of audio and the practice of live recording. It is a comprehensive guide to every step of the location recording process, from planning what you want to do, to getting the right equipment, to setting up the recording, to editing the results to taste. More than a simple overview, this book also maps out a strategy for success in location recording, from planning through execution, taking the reader through all the steps necessary to satisfy clients' needs along with their own practical and aesthetic sensibilities. Along with everything you would expect from a book about location recording penned by two longtime audio professionals, this book provides humor and personal insights into the best practices, risks, and rewards of live recording. Armed with the knowledge in this book, some good skills, and a little bit of luck, you'll have no problem creating a world-class live recording--and you'll even have some fun while doing it!
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Longtime music business professional Gary Gottlieb refers to himself as a music generalist. A professional musician since age 13, he worked in radio on and off for 25 years, and was a music critic for 9 years. As a recording engineer and music producer in New York, Gottlieb's long and distinguished career includes work with numerous Grammy Award winners and Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductees. His credits as a sound designer include off-off-Broadway productions, along with community and college theatre productions throughout New England. Along with his history as a music critic and entertainment writer for the Deerfield Valley News in West Dover, Vermont, and a disc jockey for WEQX, a major modern rock station in Manchester, Vermont, Gottlieb owned and operated a mobile DJ service and was a Venue Director for numerous X Games and Winter X Games for ESPN. In 2002 he accepted a position as Professor of Audio Production at Webster University in St. Louis, where he now runs the Audio program.Review:
Section I: Basics of Mobile Recording Chapter 1: Why Record Live? Chapter 2: Sound in Space Chapter 3: The Key to Success: Planning Chapter 4: Gig Psychology: What they want (vs. what they ask for) Chapter 5: Power and Ground Section II: Gear Chapter 6: Hardware Chapter 7: Storage, Retrieval and File Management Chapter 8: Facilities Section III: The Gig Chapter 9: Recording Big Chapter 10: Recording Bigger Chapter 11: Recording Biggest: Stadium Events Chapter 12: Field and Studio Recording for Visual and other Media Chapter 13: Surround Sound Chapter 14: Harnessing Sound Chapter 15: Finding your Perch Chapter 16: Interfacing with the Location Section IV: The Day After Chapter 17: Finding Out what you Really Have
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