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037    157615:157782|bElsevier Science & Technology|nhttp://
       www.sciencedirect.com 
040    OPELS|beng|cOPELS 
049    TEFA 
050 14 ML3790|b.F76 2009 
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245 00 From demo to delivery|h[electronic resource] :|bthe 
       process of production /|cBob Katz ... [et al.] ; edited by
       Russ Hepworth-Sawyer 
260    Boston :|bElsevier/Focal Press,|c2009 
300    xviii, 313 p. :|bill. ;|c23 cm 
490 1  Mastering music 
500    Includes bibliographical references (p. 306) and index 
505 0  Foreword -- Editors Preface -- Introduction: Demo To 
       Delivery: The Process of Production -- Section A: 
       Preparation -- Song Production: The marriage between 
       Composition and Audio Production -- Pre- Production -- 
       Capturing, Shaping and Creating the Performance: The 
       Engineers Role in the Process ahead -- Section B: The 
       Sessions -- The Recording Session -- The Mix Session -- 
       What's going on -- The Process of Mixing -- Mastering -- 
       What is Mastering -- Equalizing the album -- Dynamic Range
       -- 1)Macrodynamics -- 2)11) Dynamic Manipulation -- 
       3)Putting the album together -- 4) -- Section C: To Market
       -- Product Manufacture- How your record is made -- 
       Publicity and Radio Promotion -- Music Distribution and 
       Retail -- Section D: Doing it Yourself -- The DIY Approach
       -- The Recording Process- A Guide -- Evaluation Sound 
       Quality -- Hints and Tips 
505 0  Section A. Preparation. Song production : the marriage 
       between composition and audio production / Danny Cope -- 
       Pre-production / Russ Hepworth-Sawyer -- Listening 
       frameworks for analysis / Russ Hepworth-Sawyer -- 
       Capturing, shaping and creating the performance : the 
       engineer's role in the process ahead / William Moylan -- 
       Section B. The sessions. The recording session / David 
       Miles Huber -- The mix session : what's going on? / Roey 
       Izhaki -- The process of mixing  / Roey Izhaki -- What is 
       mastering / Roey Izhaki -- Equalizing techniques / Bob 
       Katz -- Dynamic range 1, Macrodynamics / Bob Katz -- 
       Dynamic range 2, Dynamic manipulation / Bob Katz -- 
       Putting the album together / Bob Katz -- Section C. To 
       market. Product manufacture : how the record is made / 
       David Miles Huber and Robert Runstein -- Publicity and 
       radio promotion / Paul Allen -- Music distribution and 
       retail / Amy Macy -- Section D. Doing it yourself. The DIY
       approach / Russ Hepworth-Sawyer -- The recording process :
       a guide/ Bruce and Jenny Bartlett -- Evaluation sound 
       quality / Bruce and Jenny Bartlett -- Hints and tips / 
       Craig Golding and Russ Hepworth-Sawyer 
520    From Demo to Delivery: The Process of Production discusses
       each stage of the typical music production process from 
       start to finish. Beginning with the creation and 
       development of the composition and song production, the 
       book then traces the process from the recording, mixing 
       and mastering stages through to marketing and 
       distribution. This book is a must read for anyone who 
       wants to learn the pro techniques involved in creating 
       music from start to finish. Packed with essential 
       information, including signposts to other sources of 
       information at the end of each chapter, From Demo to 
       Delivery provides a map for musicians, semi-pro and 
       aspiring producers, engineers and music professionals 
       interested in learning how music makes it from the an idea
       to the page to the studio to a demo and into the hands of 
       the market and beyond. Check out the book's website - http
       ://demo2delivery.com/ *A start to finish guide of the 
       production process, to understand and be in control of 
       recordings *Contributing authors are experts in their 
       field, readers can learn and get insight from the best 
       *Accompanying website with audio examples, aid 
       understanding being able to hear what is being discussed 
533    Electronic reproduction.|bAmsterdam :|cElsevier Science & 
       Technology,|d2010.|nMode of access: World Wide Web.
       |nSystem requirements: Web browser.|nTitle from title 
       screen (viewed on Jan. 14, 2010).|nAccess may be 
       restricted to users at subscribing institutions 
590    Elsevier 
590    Elsevier 
650  0 Sound recordings|xProduction and direction 
650  0 Sound|xRecording and reproducing 
650  0 Sound recordings|xMarketing 
650  0 Music trade|xVocational guidance 
655  7 Electronic books.|2local 
700 1  Katz, Robert A 
700 1  Hepworth-Sawyer, Russ 
710 2  ScienceDirect (Online service) 
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       |w(OCoLC)234260133 
830  0 Mastering music 
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