- 320 pages
- Black & White
- 8.5 x 11.0 inches
- eBook (pdf)
- 978-1-4602-3890-5 Paperback
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Sound Engineering, Decibel, Microphones, Amplifiers, Loudspeakers, Digital and Analog, Equalizers
Introduction to Live Sound Reinforcement
The Science, the Art, and the Practice
This book is an invaluable resource for burgeoning audio engineers. With clear writing and comprehensive illustrations, fundamental concepts of acoustics are explained in easy to understand language. The operating principles of the essential components of a sound system, as well as their use in the design and implementation of the system, are covered in detail. Operational aspects of executing a live performance are also given full treatment.
By providing practical information surrounding the concepts, implementations, and practices central to live sound reinforcement, this book sets the foundation upon which to build and move forward with confidence.
Teddy Boyce has been actively engaged in the engineering and management of live sound for over a decade, working with several choirs and ensembles in Canada’s Capital Region and acting as the audio-video coordinator at the annual Eastern Ontario convocation of the Ontario Conference of SDA.
Boyce obtained his Master of Science degree from the University of Ottawa, and is a lecturer at Carleton University in the National Capital Region of Canada. Boyce is also a consultant to various high-tech companies in the region.
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