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Mixing for Computer Musicians

Expert Advice, Made Easy

The tools at our disposal today make professional quality recordings a real possibility for any enthusiastic musician. This invaluable new guide covers all the basics to help you mix and master your music on your computer. It focuses on the basics, and all the useful software out there to help you get the job done, from free audio editing tools to the professional level modules found in Logic Pro and Pro Tools. Levels and panning, EQ, compression, plug-ins, effects – essential tools for every musician, podcaster and audio designer.

Ronan Macdonald has worked as a technical music journalist since 1989. He has written features and reviews as a freelance contributor to a plethora of magazines, including Future Music, The Mix, Hip-Hop Connection and Guitarist. He has also occupied the editor’s chair on Rhythm, the UK’s leading drummer magazine, and currently edits Computer Music, the world’s only dedicated music software magazine.

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