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GUIDE TO THE LATEST STUDIO GEAR, SOFTWARE AND TECHNOLOGY
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

BERKLEE PRESS RELEASES RECORDING IN THE DIGITAL WORLD— A PROFESSIONAL GUIDE TO THE LATEST STUDIO GEAR, SOFTWARE AND TECHNOLOGY

Boston, MA, April 23, 2002–– Berklee Press, the publishing division of the world-renowned Berklee College of Music, has released the first comprehensive guide to Recording in the Digital World, written by national leader in music education and technology, Thomas E. Rudolph and distinguished producer and composer, Vincent A. Leonard, Jr. This title is the most comprehensive guide available for professional musicians, music educators, and music hobbyists eager to explore the complex world of digital recording.


This book offers beginners and experts alike an in-depth look into the various techniques and technologies being used for recording, mastering, and producing in professional, home, and even portable studios. From PC and Mac based recording and editing software, to a vast array of recording hardware, microphones, and effects processors, Rudolph and Leonard delve into studio set-ups offering valuable product reviews and advice.

Learn to create, edit, and master digital recordings using practical tips and extensive suggestions from the experts. This complete guide to digital recording offers comprehensive information on the following topics:

A guide on what to buy and how to use it

Practical advice for developing digital studios at three different price levels, with budgets from $1,000 to $30,000

Simple-language explanations of digital-world terminology and concepts

Descriptions and estimated costs for the elements of today’s studios, including instruments, microphones, mixers, recording media, computers, software, and more

Objective information and experts’ professional preferences on gear and recording techniques.

About Berklee Press
Berklee Press is the non-profit, educational publishing division of Berklee College of Music. Our mission is to promote the enrichment and success of musicians, students, teachers, and hobbyists alike through publishing high-quality practical books, videotapes, DVDs, and interactive products for all areas of contemporary music education. Proceeds from the sales of Berklee Press products are contributed to the scholarship funds of the college. Berklee Press publications are distributed by Hal Leonard.

Review copies are available to members of the media by submitting a request to Berklee Press on your publication's letterhead via fax at (617) 747-2149

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