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Contents Foreword Editor¿s Preface Introduction: From Demo to Delivery: The Process of Production SECTION A : Preparation Song Production: The Marriage between Composition and Audio Production (Cope) Pre-Production (RHS) //labelled preproduction part 1// Listening Frameworks for Analysis (RHS) //labelled pre-production part 2// Capturing, Shaping and Creating the Performance: The Engineer's Role in the Process Ahead (Moylan) SECTION B : The Sessions The Recording Session (Huber) The Mix Session (Izhaki) "What's Going On?" The Process of Mixing Mastering What is Mastering? (RHS) Equalizing the Album (Katz) Dynamic Range (Katz) i Macrodynamics CONTENTS: "From Demo 2 Delivery : The Process of Production" Dynamic Range (Katz) i Macrodynamics ii Dynamic Manipulation Putting The Album Together (Katz) SECTION C : To Market Product Manufacture - How your record is made. (Huber) Publicity & Radio Promotion (Paul - Hutchinson et al.) Music Distribution & Retail (Amy - Hutchinson et al.) SECTION D: Doing It Yourself? The DIY Approach (RHS) The Recording Process - A Guide (Bartlett) Evaluating Sound Quality (Bartlett) Chapter 14 from Bartlett - Judging Sound Quality Hints and Tips (Golding & RHS)
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Sound recordings -- Production and direction.
Sound -- Recording and reproducing.
Sound recordings -- Marketing.
Music trade -- Vocational guidance.