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This is a very high quality collection of recordings readings and resources
http://cara.gsu.edu/courses/MI_312/index.htm

SupplementalOn-Line, Reading:



Mixer Topography (.pdf)

Rane Professional Audio Reference
Week I - II:
1. Digital Audio by Dr. Christopher Dobrian, UCI
2. Fundamentals of Digital Audio by Paul Browning
3. Digi-Nary (TM) from the Digital Domain
4. Dynamics Processing Part One - Lecture Overheads, with hyperlinks
Week III - IV:
1. Audio Perception by Bill Thibault
2. Audio Physics by Bill Tribault
3. Audio Capture by Bill Tribault
4. Basic Psychoacoustic Definitions and Concepts
Week IV - V:
1. Digital Audio Technology Part I by Dr. Robert Thompson
Week VI - VII:
1. Digital Audio Technology Part II by Dr. Robert Thompson
2. Signal Processing Fundamentals by The Rane Corporation
3. Essential Tweaks - Part One by Dr. Robert Thompson
Week VII - IX:
1. Compression in Mastering: by Bob Katz
2. How to Achieve Depth and Dimension in Audio Recording, Mixing and Mastering: by Bob Katz


Note: Some of these are .pdf files. You are recommended to "right-click" on the links below and "save-as".
Then, read them off-line or print them out for your notebook. Others are "online" resources.
1. Debunking Digital Myths by Dan Phillips (.pdf file)
2. Secret of the Mastering Engineer by Bob Katz (.pdf file)
3. Mysteries of Mixing by Brian Knave (.pdf file)
4. Compression in Mastering: by Bob Katz (online website)
5. How to Achieve Depth and Dimension in Audio Recording, Mixing and Mastering: by Bob Katz (online website)
6. Mixing Strategies of the Pros (.pdf file)
7. Tracking the Elusive Vocal (.pdf file)
8. The Changing Face of Record Production (.pdf file)
9. DAWS and Hybrid Mixing (.pdf file)
10. The Console-Workstation Interface (.pdf file)
11. Keeping Your Sonic Vision (.pdf file)

Note: This material is not required for the Final Examination.
Some Important Recordings to Know - Progressive Rock : by Wheat Williams
Some Important Recordings to Know (addendum) - Progressive Rock : by Wheat Williams
Apprenticeship/Internship in Audio: by Roy Pitts
The Educated Audio Engineer: by Roy Pitts