Recording Studio Design (Audio Engineering Society Presents)

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Recording Studio Design, Fourth Edition explains the key principles of successful studio design and construction using the straightforward language and the use of practical examples appreciated by readers of previous editions. Updated to reflect new industry standards, this fourth edition addresses improvements in cinema sound, with specific attention paid to B-chain electroacoustic response and calibration. Author Philip Newell provides detail on the practical aspects of recording in various environments, not only exploring the complex issues relating to the acoustics but also providing real-world solutions.
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ISBN-13: 9781138936072
ISBN-10: 1138936073
Pagini: 744
Ilustrații: 9 black & white tables, 142 black & white halftones, 281 black & white line drawings
Dimensiuni: 187 x 246 x 53 mm
Greutate: 1.65 kg
Ediția: 4th edition. Revised
Editura: Taylor & Francis
Colecția Focal Press
Seria Audio Engineering Society Presents


General requirements and common errors; Sound, decibels and hearing; Sound isolation; Room acoustics and means of control; Designing neutral rooms; Rooms with characteristic acoustics; Variable acoustics; Room combinations and operational considerations; The studio environment; Limitations to design predictions; Loudspeakers in rooms; Flattening the room response; Control rooms; The behaviour of multiple loudspeakers in rooms; Studio monitoring: the principal objectives; The non-environment control room; The live-end, dead-end approach; Response disturbances due to mixing consoles and studio furniture; Objective measurement and subjective evaluations; Studio monitoring systems; Surround sound and control rooms; Human factors; A mobile control room; Appendices; Glossary of terms


Review of 'Project Studios', by the same author:

'This book is extremely well written and presents even the most technical material in a clear and accessible fashion.'
Sound on Sound magazine