The Music Tech Dictionary

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The Music Tech Dictionary provides the definitive glossary of music technology and pro audio topics and terms. It focuses on the terminology, techniques, and formats that are common in the audio and music technology field, and offers concise, pithy explanations of what each term represents. Users will be able to look up any music software, music technology, or audio related term they run across in their software, in articles, or in studios, for a short, complete overview. Features:
  • Should be required as a reference by every musician and recording engineer, from student to amateur to pro.
  • Designed to be easily understood by the layman, amateur, and pro.
  • Contains all the terms required to understand and use music and audio technology.
  • Covers audio, music, software, hardware, acoustics, and mastering technology terms.
  • Provides the only up-to-date music technology reference for students, musicians and audio amateurs and professionals Author Bio:
    Mitch Gallagher The former Senior Technical Editor of Keyboard magazine and former Editor-in-Chief of EQ magazine, Mitch Gallagher studied electrical engineering and computer science, eventually earning a degree in music. Graduate studies included music composition and classical guitar. He toured as a guitarist/vocalist in rock and country bands, also playing with big bands, fusion and experimental music groups, and as a classical and steel-string guitar soloist. As a music technology specialist, he has taught college courses, lectured, given clinics, and spoken at festivals, conventions, and conferences around the world. His compositions cover genres from classical to heavy metal. Prophecy #1: At First Glance, his experimental percussion ensemble/ synthesizer work based on the Fibonacci number series, received a Grammy award. He has published nearly 1, 000 articles in magazines such as Performing Songwriter, Acoustic Guitar, EQ, EQ en Espanol, Keyboard, Pro Sound News, Guitar Player, Government Video, Extreme Groove, Music Technology Buyer's Guide, Videography, and Microphones & Monitors. His books include Make Music Now!; Pro Tools Clinic: Demystifying LE for Macintosh and PC; The Studio Business Book, Third Edition; and Acoustic Design for the Home Studio. In addition to freelance writing, and recording and producing a variety of projects in his studio, Mitch is the Editorial Director for Sweetwater in Fort Wayne, Indiana. ©2008.
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