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Sound "Manual"

Discussion in 'Sound, Music, and Intercom' started by koncept, Mar 13, 2005.

  1. koncept

    koncept Active Member

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    I have been running sound for a little over 2 years now, and i want to get more into the design and all the fancy stuff you can do. i know the basics (trim, pan, subs n stuff) but not a whole lot about eq's and other stuff like that. can any one recomend a good book to help me learn?

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  2. The_Guest

    The_Guest Senior Team Emeritus Premium Member

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    Yamaha Sound Reinforcement Handbook. Good for pros, good for newbies, and good for everyone in between.
     
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    koncept Active Member

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    thanks guys
     
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    A Free Alternative

    If you're looking for sound info, you could always go to the (yeesh) Mackie web site and download their manuals. I'll reserve any further opinion about their gear and say that their manuals are written like textbooks, and they're pretty entertaining as well.

    Jon Dayton
    BNB Sound
     

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