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Acoustic Design for The Home Studio.

Acoustic Design for The Home Studio.

Mitch Gallagher

Thomson Course Technology

25 Thomson Place, Boston, MA 02210

159863285X $19.99

It used to be that musicians went to a professional studio to make recordings; but with all the advancements in computer and recording technology, such a studio is affordable for the home--and ACOUSTIC DESIGN FOR THE HOME STUDIO tells how to make a room perfect for the recording sound desired. Tips on how to sound-proof a home or project studio tell how to use an existing room, whether it be garage or bedroom, and provide diagrams, photos of revamped rooms, and tips on getting the most from such a project.
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Date:Nov 1, 2006
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