Re: [LAU] Q: educational websites/books on comp. audio/recording in general

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Date: Wednesday, January 11, 2012 - 8:03 pm

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On 01/11/2012 09:37 AM, Chris Metzler wrote:

See my notes at http://www.seconnecticut.com/free_software.htm

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On 01/11/2012 09:37 AM, Chris Metzler wrote:

Hi. The thread from my previous questions, which arose from
researching what audio interface to get, evolved into a
possibly-off-topic Q&A on more general (that is, non-linux-related)
audio and recording stuff. To avoid posting more off-topic stuff into
the mailing list, I'm wondering if folks could offer their
personal recommendations on educational sources (books, websites, etc.)
about (home) recording, pro audio for relative neophytes, etc. I am
familiar with the "PC Home Recording for Dummies" book and very little
else. I've found other stuff by googling; but I'm curious as to what
people here particularly recommend.

Thanks much,

-c

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