All 24 video scenes from Alan Parsons' Art & Science Of Sound Recording (ASSR) series in English, Spanish and German. 3 DVDs in box set with booklet.
Alan Parsons' encyclopedia of modern recording techniques. The 24 chapters mirror but go beyond the 24 videos in the DVD Set. An excellent companion.
The best of both worlds. Watch and read, cross reference words in the glossary etc. The ideal way to absorb this material, and at a bundle price too.
The grounbreaking innovations that shaped the modern instrument. Innovation, disruption, thought leadership. Superb writing from Brit guru Tony Bacon.
A 320-page hardcover art book celebrating vintage synthesizers and the people who created them.
From their 1931 opening, the studios had exerted a unique appeal for almost everyone who recorded there. This is an important book to have in your collection of All Things Beatles.
Another prime collection of interviews with some of the world's top engineers and producers including T-Bone Burnett, Daniel Lanois and Sylvia Massey.
An engineer's engineer, Bruce Swedien made incredible sounding records with Quincy Jones, Michael Jackson and more over a long and glittering career.
The Master's approach to music making. Quincy takes an all-round approach to music making, from the tools and the tales behind great recordings.
Written by two geeks: a smart ‘n’ savvy publishing dude from Denmark, Kim Bjørn, and legendary US synth freak-turned-pundit Chris Meyer.
An intriging and well-written story about the breakup of the biggest band the world ever knew, or probably ever will, in the context of where it all took place
Geoff Emmerick reveals the creative process of the band in the studio