- Taschenbuch: 319 Seiten
- Verlag: Butterworth Heinemann (9. Januar 2003)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 0240805453
- ISBN-13: 978-0240805450
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 22,9 x 2,5 x 21 cm
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Mastering Audio. The Art and the Science (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 9. Januar 2003
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In the books 22 chapters and 13 appendices, Katz presents a text that is clear and easy to understand with just enough mathmatics and "technical jargon" to explain the technology behind the theory, philosophy, and methodology of the mastering processes, but without overwhelming the reader." - Ron Streicher, Journal of the Audio Engineering Society "The definitive work on mastering...an indispensable resource for anyone working with audio... If you only buy one book on audio, this has to be it - it should be required reading for anyone involved with recording, producing or mastering music." Sound on Sound magazine "Bob is a master of the technology changeover from analog to digital. His book covers areas that none other have touched." --George Massenburg, producer/engineer, Nashville, TN "Mastering Audio is one of those rare books where everything comes together perfectly: great information, beautifully presented, easy to understand, and satisfying to read." --Greg Simmons Editorial Director, AudioTechnology magazine "The first piece of equipment [you] should buy is Bob Katz's Mastering Audio: The Art and the Science." --Roger Nichols "This book is sure to become the 'Industry Bible' on mastering audio. Highly recommended." Christopher Hambly, www.audiocourses.com "A terrific book... Bob Katz clearly knows his subject inside out and is a patient, enthusiastic teacher... The things I have learned in this book will immediately affect the way I work with audio right from recording, to editing, mixing and, of course, mastering." Amazon.co.uk customer review "...all you wanted to know about mastering in a well-written volume." Lighting and Sound Magazine "...what sets this book apart is the liberal inclusion of practical tips, real-world experiences, and knowledge gained from others during the course of a career dedicated pretty much to mastering. It is one of those rare books that manages to be authoritative without being didactic, and clearly indentifies opinions as opposed to verifiable facts...Even if you already do mastering, this book will help you do it better. And if you anticipate getting into mastering - start here." EQ magazine "...essential reading for anyone hoping to produce commercial music." Music Tech magazine "If you want to know what goes on behind the scenes in creating the music you enjoy, and learn more about digital audio, this comprehensive, insightful, and accessible book is without peer." Absolute Sound Magazine, Oct. 2006
"Mastering Audio" explains leading-edge audio concepts in an easy-to-grasp, holistic manner, including an ear-opening investigation of the mysteries of jitter, dither and wordlengths, high sample rates, distortion, headroom, monitor calibration, metering, depth perception, compression and expansion, equipment interconnection and much more. "Mastering Audio" is for everyone who wants to increase their mastery of digital and analog audio such as: musicians, producers, A&R, mastering, recording and mixing engineers, and students. It outlines the steps taken in producing a compact disc, from creation to final pressing. It provides insights to equipment, training, and the business of mastering. It also answers questions most frequently asked by audio engineers.Alle Produktbeschreibungen
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Even if you are not a mastering engineer (which I am not, and I don't intend to become one) this book is extremely valuable. It has taught me so much about what good audio is all about.
Bob Katz leavs no stone unturned. Especially, I was very pleased reading the chapters on jitter and high sample rates.
I know it's a cliché, but if you read one book on audio in this life - make it this one!
I came across Mr. Katz some years ago, when I read the mastering pamphlet for TC Electronics Finalizer, and now he finally wrote a book.
I'm diggin' around to find a good book covering the topic of "mastering" ( actually "premastering", 4 the term "mastering" actually refers to the creation of glass masters etc., though I'll use it anyway 4 better understanding) since ages.
All other books are really obsolete now,...
Bob Katz actually covers all aspects and related topics of "mastering" from the only reasonable perspective,... not as a gearhead but as an audiophile person with an incredible experience. It's not only usefull for experienced readers, but also a perfect starting point to get the into the domain of good sound quality,...Loads of useful charts and a big unfoldable version of the Carnegie Hall Music Chart.
The Layout is very good and makes this a very readable Book.
When I got it last week,...I read it in one go !!!!
Get this one &
"The Mixing Engineers Handbook" by Bobby Owsinski
and you can't say you didn't know it any better anymore !!!!!!
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I think this book is meant for advanced engineers, and will likely confuse those who are amateurs or just getting started in the audio engineering field. It's chapter order is somewhat random, and he doesn't quite seem to know just who his audience is. He assumes different levels of prerequisite knowledge on different subjects... The man is obviously more an engineer and less an educator and writer.
It contains very valuable knowledge - just be prepared to tread water occasionally. :-) For those looking for a more entry level treatment of mastering, check out Bobby Owinski's "The Mastering Engineer's Handbook." While the title is a bit ostentatious, it gives a much broader and well-written overview of the Mastering profession than Mr. Katz does. Then, you'll probably be better able to glean useful information from "Mastering Audio."