I know there is no substitute for learning whilst doing, but are there any good books on recording and production that can be used in tandem with practical stuff?
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thanks for the heads up that looks cool, as does Massey's Behind the Glass and the Katz book on mastering, both referenced in the Sound on Sound review....Best book on recording that's out there: Mixing with your Mind, by Michael Stavrou. Not cheap...but most of what he says can't be found anywhere else.
Another very useful site is www.tweakheadz.com especially the guide, and the forum is great as well.Just subscribed, thanks for the heads up