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    Analog Tape 101

    A good one for dealing with analog tape.

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    this is a lot of good info

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    Look at these...

    articles about music production

    I hope Martin Barret from the Cakewalk forums doesn't mind
    I really...really...REALLY have no idea what I'm talking about...AT ALL.

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    Alan Parsons has a new project site

    I ran across this the other day... the free available videos are pretty excellent.
    Alan Parsons' Art & Science of Sound Recording

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    Since my site is already listed here, I hope the mods don't mind if I add an addendum here as well; I have just added a new hyperbook tutorial to the IRN website on "Phase and Polarity". In a similar style as the "Compression Uncompressed" (CU) hyperbook, except with lots more pictures that are now also in-line with the text.

    Like the CU booklet, it's not an advanced tutorial; I leave most of the math and advanced subjects out of it, but rather more of a basic treatise explaining the fundamentals of what these things are and how they work (and don't work.)

    The link to IRN is in my sig graphic.

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    [SIZE=1][B][COLOR=DarkSlateBlue]Glen J. Stephan,
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    [COLOR=DarkGreen]RECORDING RESOURCES AND INFO SITE:[/COLOR]
    [URL="www.independentrecording.net"][SIGPIC][/SIGPIC][/URL][/B][/SIZE]

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    No, but I bet you run in circles a lot.
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    Has this been posted...some good stuff on tracking, mixing, mastering etc etc...

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    here are a couple i found useful

    Lenardaudio

    really useful for a very basic acoustic understanding.
    even basic as it is, it explains the simple science of stuff much clearer than anywhere else i could find surfing.
    also plenty of basic info on other topics:
    # Speakers
    # Horn Systems
    # Live Sound
    # Cinema Sound
    # Digital Sound
    # Commercial Sound
    # Mixing
    # Mics
    # Amplifiers
    # Guitar Amps
    # Valve Amps
    # Vinyl

    sound on sound just the reviews are fantastic here check it out whenever your looking for mics or interfaces etc...

    and about.com has a good home-recording section. it is pretty basic stuff but for total newbies that is a rare gem not to have loads of jargon in the way of the basic info.

    hope this is helpful - nice thread

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    No one has yet mentioned KVR for all your plugin info and a lot of freebie stuff more than you can get in your boots..

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