What's A Mixer?
A Basic Guide to Their Features and FunctionsBook - 2001
This accessible and concise introduction to the central nervous system of any studio is unbeatable when it comes to quick reference. Mixers can be smaller than a breadbox or larger than a station wagon, yet the latest addition to Hal Leonard's popular What's A . . . series will teach any studio maven how to master the fundamental tasks of the mixer: to process, route, combine and monitor audio signals. What's a Mixer? is an invaluable resource to keep close behind the boards. William Philbrick has been a recording studio owner for over 20 years and has worked as a designer and installer for numerous facilities. Over the course of his career, Philbrick has produced and/or engineered countless projects, including record albums, film scores, industrial videos, and advertising spots for TV and radio. He lives in Crompound, New York.
Publisher: Milwaukee : Hal Leonard, c2001.
Branch Call Number: 621. 3893 PHI
Characteristics: 59 p. : ill.