iPad In The Music Studio
Use musicianship apps to help you stay in tune and keep your voice or instrument in shape
Use cloud storage to share music and data files with other devices
Turn the iPad into a tuner, metronome, and practice aid
Emulate a host of acoustic and electronic instruments
Use your iPad as a virtual sheet music resource for all your performance and practice needs
Learn to play an instrument with your iPad
Compose and share music on your iPad And much, much more!
Finale: An Easy Guide to Music Notation - 3rd Edition
The companion website, www.FINALEBOOK.COM, offers: * Tutorial Files * Samples of partially completed and finished music notation files for each of the hundreds of hands-on exercises in the book * Libraries of articulations and dynamics * Additional chapters * Professional Templates: Choral, Concert Band, Jazz Ensemble, Marching Band, Orchestra, Single Line and Grand Staff, Pit and Show, and Sketch and Utilities templates including a Cue Sheet for radio and TV.
"This book excels at teaching Finale in an easy-to-understand, sequential manner. Rudolph and Leonard have loads of experience. Beginners and seasoned Finale users will benefit from what these two teach." Tom Johnson, Finale Product Specialist, MakeMusic!, Inc.
Sibelius: A Comprehensive Guide To Sibelius Music Notation Software - 2nd Edition
Recording in the Digital World
Creating professional-quality digital recordings does not require buying the most expensive equipment. It does require buying the right equipment and knowing how to use it effectively. Recording in the Digital World provides professional advice and recommendations on studio gear, software, and the latest technologies.
Learn to create, edit, and master digital recordings like a pro with the practical tips and extensive suggestions featured in this guide. Experienced recording engineers share their invaluable expertise on microphone, mixing, and mastering techniques that can be applied in any studio, along with in-depth technical specifications.
A complete overview of all digital recording options, including: - A guide to what to buy and how to use it - Practical advice for developing digital studios at three different price levels, with budgets from $1,000 to $30,000 - Simple-language explanations of digital-world terminology and concepts - Descriptions and estimated costs for the elements of today's studios, including instruments, microphones, mixers, recording media, computers, software, and more - Objective information and experts' professional preferences on gear and recording techniques
This is the most comprehensive guide available for professional musicians, music educators, and music hobbyists who want to explore the world of digital recording. The wealth of information provided will help you select the appropriate equipment and software for your studio and assist you in making the best possible digital recordings.
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