Fundamentals of Audio Production, 1/e Drew O. McDaniel, OhioUniversity Rick C. Shriver, OhioUniversity Kenneth R. Collins, OhioUniversity Fundamentals of Audio Production covers the entire range of the audio production field with special attention to digital techniques and clear explanations of technical subjects. Fundamentals of Audio Production offers an up-to-date treatment of the entire spectrum of audio production activities with an emphasis on current digital production techniques that have revolutionized the field over the last decade. Individual sections of the text provide clear, detailed explanations of the recording studio, radio, audio for video, post production, field production, and live sound reinforcement. The author team brings to the text a diversity of professional specializations to provide a truly comprehensive overview of the audio production field. Features: CD with audio samples that connect graphs and technical descriptions with the actual resulting sounds. Digital workstation sections familiarize students with the latest technology and production techniques. In-depth treatment of audio field production covers music recordings, film sound, remote radio production, and live sound reinforcement. Intuitive presentation of material lets students move to a discussion of equipment only after grasping basic principles of the physics of sound and audio. Reviewer Quotations: "The authors do a good job of explaining the purpose of editing before getting into the mechanics of computer-based systems. That's a good approach because students need to have at least a basic understanding of the process before undertaking a project." - C. Collin Pillow, ArkansasState University "I like the 'not-so in-depth' approach of the authors...all things considered, it's straightforward, to the point, and readable." -- Sam Lovato, ColoradoState UniversityMcDaniel, Drew O. is the author of 'Fundamentals of Audio Production ', published 2007 under ISBN 9780205462339 and ISBN 0205462332.