Audio Systems Technology, Level III This preparation guide for the advanced level NICET certification exam covers intermediate audio calculations and acoustics, codes and standards, circuits and grounding, systems components, loudspeaker systems, troubleshooting and testing, systems design, systems equalization and alignment, and project management. The second edition reflects new developments in digital audio and transmission technology. Guide to Sound Systems for Worship edited by Jon. Eiche Another "Yamaha" book, another useful book for beginners, this time for church sound. How to wire the most popular audio and video connectors John Hechtman "The Audio Wiring Guide is a comprehensive, easy-to-use guide that explains exactly what you need to know.
No matter the size of your wiring project or installation, this handy tool provides you with the essential information you need and the techniques to use it. PA for Performing Musicians Peter Buick Covers small, fixed and mobile systems, monitor mixing, effects, case studies. Concert Sound and Lighting Systems John Vasey "Offers practical guidance on the setup, maintenance, and operation of sound and lighting equipment for rock concerts and other musical performances.
The third edition expands the sections on radio microphones and digital dimmers. Aimed at the beginner. Written by one of the best writers on audio that I know of, and editor of Sound on Sound. The Live Sound Manual: Applies to the entire range of stage performers and their equipment. Also features a 15,word technical glossary. An Illustrated Almanac of Technical Information Paul Carter "With over 75, in print, this book rates as one of the most widely used reference books for theatrical technicians and designers.
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National Electrical Code "Revised every three years, the National Electric Code NEC is the most widely used and accepted criteria for all electrical installations. Designed to be used in conjunction with the NEC book, this handbook presents thousands of illustrations--diagrams and photos--to supplement the detailed text in explaining and clarifying NEC regulations. Handbook for Sound Engineers: Ballou A reference for sound engineers in its 4th edition. Written by experts in the field, including Dr.
Eugene Patronis on amplifier design and outdoor sound systems; Bill Whitlock on audio transformers and preamplifiers; Pat Brown on fundamentals and gain structures; Ray Rayburn on virtual systems and digital interfacing; and Dr. Wolfgang Ahnert on computer-aided sound system design and acoustics for concert halls. In addition, there is update coverage of sound system design and installation, hard-to-find details on loudspeaker and enclosure design, and coverage of typical audio circuitry.
Live Sound Secrets of the Top Tour Engineers Clive Young The new book by Pro Sound News senior editor Clive Young, profiles more than 70 of the world's most successful live sound engineers as they teach readers the technical, practical, and political aspects of the job, from customizing mixing approaches and choosing the right equipment, to working with artists and other engineers. The Master Handbook of Acoustics F. Alton Everest "The goal of this book is to apply the principles of acoustics to the audio arts.
Along with covering the more theoretical aspects of acoustics, the book applies the theory to the design of specialized audio spaces such as the home listening room, the control room, and the multi-track recording studio. Fundamentals of Acoustics L. Frey Classic acoustics college-level text book. Analyzes the various types of vibration of solid bodies and the propagation of sound waves.
The third edition features discussions of antiresonance concert hall acoustics, detection theory, canonical equations, normal mode propagation in the ocean, and environmental acoustics. Music, Physics and Engineering Harry Olson "This book examines all aspects of the production, reception, and reproduction of sound.
Harry Olson discusses sound waves, characteristics of musical instruments, how the ear hears, and how sound is reproduced through various devices. Of interest to music students, teachers, conductors, and recording engineers. It deals with advanced topics, theory and a whole new world of practical implementation. It covers engineering aspects aerodynamics and jet noise, interaction of fluid motion and sound, infrasound, ultrasonics, quantum acoustics, etc.
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The theoretical background is also included and presented in simple language. Alton Everest "A professional training course for student audio engineers.
This course includes a page book and 5 CDs all of which can be used as a classroom course or self-tutorial. Alton Everest "Audio productions are made or broken by the quality of the engineer's ears.
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Through hundreds of illustrations and an accompanying disc containing high-resolution MP3 files with nearly five hours of narration of the entire course, you can acquire the audio discernment skills of a seasoned recording engineer". Speakers and rooms Floyd Toole "Floyd Toole, a leading expert in the field of sound reproduction, explains how to design the best possible listening experience for recording control rooms and home entertainment systems.
L Beranek Classic and rigorous. The Audio Dictionary Glen White "Revised and expanded edition first in of a guide to the terminology and basic concepts in the fields of sound recording, sound reinforcement, and musical acoustics. Randy Slone, Randy Slone "Build a few simple amplifier projects or delve into the physics of audio amplifier operation and design.
Covers linking analog electronics, acoustics, heat and music technology, modeling and real-world practice and design and repair. Forsburg "Jeff has designed and built enclosures for over thirty years. This book covers materials, machinery, hardware, rigging, design tools, application, design concepts, assembly, and painting. Two completely different projects help integrate this information. Learning tool for those just starting out, or a resource guide for others that have been in the industry and just need a little help.
A CD is provided that contains resource listings for materials, hardware, CAD drawings, software, web sites and much more". Loudspeaker Design Cookbook Vance Dickason The bible of serious box building, now on its 7th edition. Introduction to Loudspeaker Design John L. Creating, Leading and Managing Professional Theatre. Sponsored products related to this item What's this? The 3-Space Reverb Framework: Learn the step by step system for using reverb in you Learn the step by step system for using reverb in your mixes. Just the info you need to get great quality sound at church each week.
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Please try again later. One person found this helpful. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. Actually easy to read, but I have been doing home and semi-pro audio for 40 years. I got some great tips and some of the explanations made me think, so it was definitely worth it. No pictures or diagrams whatsoever. Been doing live sound for the last 5 years and still this one of theso book i keep reading up to date. Provides basic information on the subject.
The subject and subtopic and their detail coverage is adequate to understand the concept however a use of pocket book edition will provide value for money. This is my favorite book on live sound. Fairly easy to read, tons of useful information. Number 1 in my book!
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