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|Contents Text: ||Find out what recording techniques your favorite artists employ during the creative process! Artists on Recording Techniques examines the recording process through an unlikely pair of eyes: those of the artist. Who better to share insights into capturing the creative process than the artists themselves? Everything from vocals to guitar and drums are covered through exclusive full-length interviews from author Jeff TouzeauĂs ˘Music, Etc.÷ column in Pro Sound News and bonus material never printed before. These one-of-a-kind interviews are published here, unabridged and in their entirety, for the first time ever! The discussions dip into an array of musical styles and genres, providing insight into the recording process from such well-known pop and rock artists as Roger Waters (Pink Floyd), Nick Rhodes (Duran Duran), Gerry Beckley (America), Steven Page (Barenaked Ladies), Joe Jackson, Tony Bennett, and John Fogerty. Artists on Recording Techniques provides musicians, audio technicians, engineers, studio owners, producers, equipment manufacturers, hardware and software designers, and music fans with a rarely seen window into the creative process of some of historyĂs most legendary musicians. Introduction; Chapter 1: Nick Mason and Pink Floyd from the Inside Out; Chapter 2: America and the Horse They Came in On; Chapter 3: Nada Surf: Beautiful Beats in Brooklyn; Chapter 4: A Night on the Town with Los Lobos; Chapter 5: Duran Duran: The Best of Both Worlds; Chapter 6: Grant-Lee Phillips' Strange Magic in the Studio; Chapter 7: Recording Roger Waters' Post-Pink Floyd Masterpiece; Chapter 8: The Bongos and Echoes of Drums Along the Hudson; Chapter 9: Jackie Greene: A Natural Bluesman from California; Chapter 10: Ben Kweller: Recording Something Good, Something Great; Chapter 11: Clap Your Hands Say Yeah: Grass Roots Rock 'n Roll in Brooklyn; Chapter 12: Sevendust's Next Big Thing; Chapter 13: Travis: Scottish Craftsmen at Work in the Studio; Chapter 14: Guster Keeps It Together with Ganging Up on the Sun; Chapter 15: Elf Power: Back to the Studio; Chapter 16: Fields: Recording on theEmerald Isle; Chjapter 17: Ivy: Converging Talent at New York's Stratosphere Sound; Chapter 18: This Way, That Way, and Scofield's Way; Chapter 19: Buzzcocks: A Different Kind of Session; Chapter 20: Barenaked Ladies: Fresh Baked and Bare; Chapter 21: Josh Rouse: Nashville Vibes from the South of Spain; Chapter 22: John Densmore: Breakin' on through to New Rhythms; Chapter 23: Tony Bennett: Master of the Mood; Chapter 24: Crowded House: Coming Out on Top from Down Under; Chapter 25: The Unique Electronic Textures 0of Ulrich Schnauss; Chapter 26: John Fogerty: From Creedence and Beyond Chapter 27: Raul Malo Takes on the Classics Chapter 28: Band of Horses: Creating a Sense of Freedom in the Studio; Chapter 29: Jesse Harris: Capturing the Feel of a Performance; Chapter 30: Joe Jackson:Raining with Talent; Chapter 31: Kaki King: Dreaming of Perfection; Chapter 32: Spyro Gyra: Still Going Strong; Chapter 33: John Starling and Carolina Star: Risin' Again; Chapter 34: Diamonds in the Rough|
|Title: ||Artists on Recording Techniques, 1st Ed.|
|Author: ||Jeff Touzeau|
|Price: ||List: 29.99 YOUR PRICE: 28.49|
|Publisher: ||Artistpro - CENGAGE|
|# of Pages: ||288|
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