Get Your Groove on the Move is a book that will provide the reader with a detailed overview of both the theoretical and practical aspects of modern music production. It provides a thorough non-specialist introduction to this vast field of expertiseMoreGet Your Groove on the Move is a book that will provide the reader with a detailed overview of both the theoretical and practical aspects of modern music production. It provides a thorough non-specialist introduction to this vast field of expertise in a manner which is neither simplistic nor overly technical.
In this book you will learn how to: Produce your own music Understand the process that goes into making an album Learn about all the different aspects of modern music production Get a grasp of the theoretical basics of sound and hearing. Understand the nature of computer music production Learn about electronic musical instruments Learn about the components that make up a recording studio Learn about recording, mixing and mastering an album Gain knowledge on how to promote an album.
This book is essential reading for anyone interested in building a career in the music industry, whether you aspire to being a musician, a producer or a sound engineer. Selected Quotes on the book I can say that it provides a very useful overview of the practical and theoretical aspects of contemporary music technology, in terms which are readily understandable to the average student. This book could comfortably form the core of a Music Technology syllabus for schools and universities. Marc Duby, Ph.D. Professor of Musicology at University of South Africa This book is well written and articulated in such a way that its contents could be easily understood, absorbed and the information imparted could be applied by any student who wishes to pursue a career in music technology at tertiary level.
I strongly recommend and endorse a book such as this. It would be extremely beneficial if adopted as a text book at institutions with music technology programmes. Professor Hotep Idris Galeta University of Fort Hare, South Africa