Friday, April 10, 2009

Good Audio Books

Here is a list of audio books that I recommend.

Yamaha Sound Reinforcement Handbook
This book has been an industry standard for new audio technicians and seasoned professionals.


For many years Lectrosonics has published a small handbook about wireless microphone systems. Although Lectrosonics is very popular in the broadcast industry we don't see much from this manufacture in sound reinforcement. However, their handbook is one of the most explanatory guides to using and understanding wireless microphone systems.

Sound System Engineering
One of the best short program audio schools in the country is SYN-AUD-CON. In the early days this program was run by Don & Carolyn Davis. "Sound System Engineering" is their masterpiece. If you want to learn audio, in every exacting detail, this is the book for you!

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