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Multi-Track Recording: A Technical and Creative Guide for the Musician and Home Recorder (Keyboard Magazine Basic Library)
With the advent of new technology at lower prices, high-quality home recording has become an accessible and even essential aspect of being a musician today. Multi-Track Recording is an introduction and guide to the latest equipment, how it works, and how to use it. Designed by the publishers of Guitar Player and Keyboard magazines, this comprehensive and easy-to-understand book explains how to set up a home studio with 4-track tape recorders, how to choose outboard gear and effects devices for your own unique sound, how to synchronize your tracks with various simple and advanced technologies, and how to incorporate MIDI in your home recording, whether it's analog or digital. Suitable for both working at home and advancing to the studio, Multi-Track Recording offers invaluable tips on choosing a mixer, soundproofing, echo and delay, reverb, compression, stereo, noise gates, sync tones and click tracks, SMPTE, drum machines, MIDI time code, advanced techniques and the latest applications and MIDI and tapeless recording. Written by working musicians and studio professionals, the book has practical creative tips as well as the basic information, theory and technique necessary to make professional sounding multi-track recordings-yourself.82% (11)
Bob Matthews, the great sound engineer for the Grateful Dead, at Monte Rio Festival 09-04-11 041
"Betty Cantor started out working at the Avalon, where Bob Cohen was the recording engineer who taped many of the bands there, including the Dead. (He taped the September '66 show we have, for instance; but other shows were lost or erased.) She went to work at the Carousel in '68, and became involved with Bob Matthews there. He'd been on the Dead's equipment crew in '67, and when he became a recording tech, he lured her with him: "It was my way of getting her to be my old lady." They started out recording the Dead by working on Aoxomoxoa in the studio; recorded and mixed the Live/Dead multitracks; and the next year produced Workingman's Dead. At first Betty was mainly Bob's clerical assistant, but through '69 she started working more on mixing and editing tapes. At that point she didn't usually go on tours, staying in the studio - later on she and Bob taped the multitracks for Skullfuck and Europe '72. By then she was mixing the tapes herself. Also by that time, as we can see by her Betty Boards, she was often on the road with the band (she recorded the Academy of Music shows, for instance) - although she seems to have made the tapes for herself, more than for the band. One thing that happened in '72, she and Matthews split up - he was still on tour with them in late '72, but after that seems not to have been involved with taping. By '73, Betty was recording not only the Dead's shows, but Garcia's shows as well. (She'd also taken up with fellow crew-member Rex Jackson....) One thing that's interesting, the Dead seem not to have consulted Bear much when it came to studio work. Or if they did, no one has talked about it. Though he's listed as a "consulting engineer" on Aoxomoxoa and Live/Dead, as far as I know, they used him mainly for live work or technical experiments - when it came to recording and mixing an album, they used engineers with previous studio experience like Healy, Bob and Betty, or others."Recording rig at Jazz Bakery
Equipment involved: Tascam 24 track console for 2-track mix, Alesis HD24 multitrack recorder, 2x AEA RPQ preamp prototypes, 3x AEA TRP preamps, 1x Great River ME1-NV preamp, 1x Grace m801 8-channel preamp, Apple MacBook Pro w/ MBox mini running Pro Tools LE for 2-track recording
Tascam DP004 Digital Pocketstudio Recorder based on 30 years of cassette Portastudios! Though based on Tascam's long line of cassette. Pocketstudio brings users into the new-age of digital recording with four CD-quality tracks and features like Undo and Repeat that wouldn't be possible on your past generation, cassette portastudios. Much like those easy-to-use Portastudios, the Pocketstudio sports a similar row of knobs to set levels and pan instead of confusing you with menu screens.The Tascam DP004 is able to record two sources at the same time onto it's removable SD memory. A stereo condenser microphone has been designed into the unit to make it simple and ready to record in any situation. Record concerts, rehearsals and sudden songwriting inspirations when they occur. Dual rear panel 1/4 inch jacks provide connection to dynamic mics or other stereo or mono sources. Inputs are switchable to a guitar level signal for easy recording. Tascam DP004 Features Two 1/4 mic/line inputs Switchable guitar input Headphone/Line output USB 2 connector for connecting to your home computer Records to SD Card media Autopunch, repeat and record undo Dedicated stereo mixdown track Powered through AA Batteries or optional PS P520 power adapter The DP004 allows you to build up your arrangement until you've filled up all four tracks. The Bounce feature allows you to consolidate tracks and make room for more overdub layers. Also available is an autopunch feature for fixing problems, track editing and an undo function. Mixing is also built into the Digital Pocketstudio. Once you set levels and pan, record your mix onto a dedicated stereo master track. You're able to transfer your tracks and mixes to a computer over USB 2 for CD burning and sharing online. Despite its go-anywhereSee also:
Smaller than a paperback book, the 4-track Tascam DP-004 Pocketstudio digital recorder is simple enough for students, songwriters and musicians who want to keep their recording process simple and creative.
The portable Tascam DP-004 Pocketstudio 4-track recorder (see larger image).
Offering four tracks of CD-quality digital recording, the DP-004 can record two sources at once to the included 1 GB Secure Digital (SD) memory card. A built-in stereo condenser microphone makes it simple to record anywhere you go, perfect for concerts, rehearsals and songwriting inspirations. A pair of 1/4-inch jacks on the rear panel allow you to connect your own microphones or sources--you can even switch the inputs to guitar level for recording.
You can build up your arrangement until you've filled up all four tracks, and the Bounce feature allows you to consolidate tracks and make room for more overdub layers. Once you set levels and pan, record your mix onto a dedicated stereo master track. You're able to transfer your tracks and mixes to a computer over USB for CD burning and sharing online.
Two 1/4-inch unbalanced mic/line inputs
Switchable guitar input
USB 2.0 connector
Four-track digital multi-track recording
CD-quality 44.1kHz/16-bit WAV recording
Records to SD Card media (1 GB card included)
Repeat, Record undo
Dedicated stereo mixdown track
Powered through AA Batteries or optional PS-P520 power adapter
Battery life: About 8 hours recording, about 8.5 hours playback (alkaline batteries)
Dimensions: 6.1 x 1.3 x 4.2 inches (WxHxD)
Weight: 2.8 ounces
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