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New Backbeat home recording guide now available

The Home Recording Handbook by Dave Hunter complements today’s digital multitrack world in which high-quality recording is theoretically within the grasp of anyone possessing a computer.
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The Home Recording Handbook by Dave Hunter complements today’s digital multitrack world in which high-quality recording is theoretically within the grasp of anyone possessing a computer.

Designed to allow readers to harness the vast potential of modern home studios, the new book shows how to make pro-sound recording without pro-budgets and expensive studios. He guides readers through the tracking, mixing and mastering processes, and demonstrates how to secure effective results with minimal gear.

Containing numerous tips for the successful recording of vocals and various instruments, The Home Recording Handbook is supported by specially recorded audio material on an accompanying CD.

Described as an essential volume for the working musician, The Home Recording Handbook was written by musician, writer and editor Dave Hunter.

For more information, see www.halleonardbooks.com and www.onstageandbackstage.wordpress.com.

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