"...this is a very interesting book which is well written and copiously illustrated with both graphs and pictures throughout. For anyone involved in using, specifying or manufacturing microphones this will prove an invaluable read." - Lighting and Sound International
"Besides being a "must-have” reference source for recording engineers, producers or anybody who desires to better understand and utilize mics, The Microphone Book is an engaging read from its first chapter on microphone history to the 21st chapter and Eargle's unique take on classic microphones and their influence on the art and science of recording...The Microphone Book is unique in its balance of broad and meticulously detailed practical information." - Music Connection magazine
Reviews for the previous edition:
"John has brought his successful experience in classical and other music recording to the book's many pages, and one can find the best microphone arrangements for nearly every conceivable situation and guides to proceed for the more unusual ones." - The American Organist
"John Eargle has prepared another useful book for audio system contractors, engineers, designers and enthusiasts.”
Sound & Communications magazine
"Highly recommended for everyone who wants to know more. Read it.”
Amazon.com customer review
"The Microphone Book will save you time and money, even if you only ever buy one microphone to use in a home studio. If you do live sound, record on location, or are kitting out a slightly more ambitious project studio, then this book will be invaluable. It takes you far further than the 'microphone' sections of general guides to studio recording.”
Amazon.co.uk customer review
"The Microphone Book" is the only guide you will ever need to the latest in microphone technology, application and technique. This new edition features, more on microphone arrays and wireless microphones; a new chapter on classic old models; the latest developments in surround; expanded advice on studio set up, recording and mic selection; improved layout for ease of reference; even more illustrations. John Eargle provides detailed analysis of the different types of microphones available. He then addresses their application through practical examples of actual recording sessions and studio operations. Surround sound is covered from both a creative and a technical viewpoint. This classic reference takes the reader into the studio or concert hall to see how performers are positioned and how the best microphone array is determined. Problem areas such as reflections, studio leakage and isolation are analyzed from practical viewpoints. Creative solutions to such matters as stereo sound staging, perspective, and balance are also covered in detail. Recording and sound reinforcement engineers at all levels of expertise will find "The Microphone Book" an invaluable resource for learning the why as well as the how of choosing a microphone for any situation. It is the most comprehensive guide available, heavily illustrated with helpful diagrams, charts and equations. It is a timesaving, one-stop reference covering both microphone technology and practical tips on use and problem solving. It is written by a highly respected industry veteran and Grammy award winner.
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Descripción Focal Press, 2004. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería P110240519612
Descripción Focal Press, 2004. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. 2. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX0240519612