Time is little, books are many!
The music book reviews you'll discover on the page below may help you decide which music production and music business books to read.
You'll see that I only post reviews of books I recommend. There are more than enough great books to review without wasting time on all the crud out there!
Dive into the music book reviews below right now...
the recording secrets of the big studios with "Big
Studio Secrets for Home Recording and Production" by Joe
Dochtermann, and apply it to your own home studio productions to achieve better results.
This is a
comprehensive book in practical language perfect for beginners who want
an overview and intermediate producers or home studio owners who want a
2. Uncover the most common songwriting issues and mistakes
Wrongs in Writing Songs" by Danny Cope, and make your
songwriting more informed and productive.
You'll find the fundamentals of good songwriting covered and learn where you can make your songwriting more effective. Save yourself a lot of time by eliminating bad habits and getting the basics of songwriting right.
Get the great reference of multiple microphone techniques for a large
range of instruments and more in "The
Recording Engineer's Handbook" by Bobby Owsinski.
book has been around for a while. I think it should have a place on
the bookshelf of every recording engineer, producer and musician.
recording and producing techniques of the pros" by Rick Clark
reveals exactly what the title says it does. Enough said!
Get into the mind of a range of music professionals and take notes so you can use it to hone your own craft. Standing on the shoulders of giants!
5. "Mixing Secrets for the Small Studio" by Mike Senior aims to help small studio owners get professional
results. Read the review now for a peek at what it has to offer you.