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Critical Listening

Discussion in 'Andy Sneap' started by jimwilbourne, Mar 19, 2011.

  1. jimwilbourne

    jimwilbourne I try.

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    Hey guys.

    I feel like the majority of us are self taught and we all spend lots of time reading and listening to learn

    I think it's a good idea if we could compile some books/cd/etc that we have studied so that we all can find more info outside of the forum.
    I'll start.

    Mixing Audio by Roey Izhaki
    I must say, this book could qualify as quite the textbook standard on learning the elements of mixing.
     
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    Mikaël-ange Member

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    Multi platinium pro tools

    This book is awesome! You will never edit like everyone (on the grid and only on the grid) after reading it.
     
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    Bob Katz Mastering Audio is a solid book, learned alot from that one
     
  4. Ensi

    Ensi CAT WITH FUKKEN PODS

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    Modern Recording Techniques by David Huber/Robert Runstein.

    Haven't gotten so long into it, but it explains alot on how this does that and how stuff works in general.
     
  5. Fox Mulder

    Fox Mulder The Truth Is Out There

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    And try this too: Quiztones.net

    They're more or less the same thing, one's free and one's not :p But - Golden Ears has much more depth in it. Dual octave drills and all. You gotta try it for yourself to truly see. It's vast, really vast.
     
  6. SocialNumb

    SocialNumb Damn Christians!

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    I've been doing the golden ears thing some lately. Fuck me it's boring. Has anyone here gotten all the way through it?
     
  7. professorlamp

    professorlamp I are Joe

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    [ame]http://www.amazon.co.uk/Audio-Production-Critical-Listening-Technical/dp/0240812956/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1300626229&sr=8-2[/ame]

    Really good, has audio tests on limiting,distortion,reverb,compression and more
     

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