29684Re: Best intermediate-to-advance podcasting how-to book?
- May 1, 2007I think if you've gotten the basics down, the best thing to do is drop
the "podcasting" qualifier and go to the music section of Barnes &
Noble or Borders and start hunting up books on digital mixing &
mastering. I wish I could recommend one, but the truth is I picked it
up from years of DJing & composing electronic music, reading magazines
like crazy, searching out internet tutorials on compression & EQing.
Electronic Musician and Music Tech are two good sources for
information, but thumbing through the back catalog might be daunting
(though they may have a lot of material online).
There are a ton of good books on digital recording; I'd try to find
those that emphasize recording vocals (I assume you aren't recording
music) and search out internet articles on "recording spoken word" &
Composing, announcing, recording, EQing, mastering, mixing are all
ridiculously complex subjects, any one of which can be a career unto
itself. I know a lot more than the average joe and I'm continually
staggered by how little I know about it.
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