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    Does anybody know of any good music and sound production/engineering books that i should read?
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    (Original post by Matt101189)
    Does anybody know of any good music and sound production/engineering books that i should read?
    'Modern Recording Techniques' by David Miles Huber and Robert E. Runstein. Some of the technology it writes about is a bit outdated, but it's great for the technical stuff. I think Huber actually did the Tonmeister course at Surrey.
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    (Original post by ombtom)
    'Modern Recording Techniques' by David Miles Huber and Robert E. Runstein. Some of the technology it writes about is a bit outdated, but it's great for the technical stuff. I think Huber actually did the Tonmeister course at Surrey.
    Thank you very much, will try and read that
 
 
 
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