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macProVideo.com launches "The Art of Audio Recording" 8-part Video Series

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macProVideo.com has partnered with Singing Canary Productions for a new line of tutorials called "The Art of Audio Recording". In this 8-part series, you'll learn deep audio recording secrets you may have wondered about, such as how to properly mic and record drum kits, guitars, vocals, and even orchestras.

In the first installment of this new 8-part series, "Introduction To Recording," you will learn the fundamentals of how sound works. Through crisp, clear HD video, this 2-hour introduction to audio recording explores all of the main types of microphones available on the market today, meticulously detailing how these mics work, and how you should use them in your productions.

These video tutorials will teach you about frequency response, polarity, impedance and noise. From there you'll move on to the application of pre-amps and compression in the recording process. Finally, you'll turn back to multi-microphone recording techniques while learning some essential theory on phase and the audio spectrum.

macProVideo.com says that this is a series that all audio producers should watch. The skills on display are fundamental to the audio recording process, and the secrets you'll learn will make your recordings sound better than you ever imagined possible.

macProVideo.com will release 1 new title in this series every month until the series is done. Next month you'll learn how to record Drums, and in January they promise to release a title on recording Guitars. The tutorials are available for HD download at $39.50 per title, or you can subscribe to the company's Online Tutorial Library for $25 a month and access all of macProVideo.com's library of over 200 software education titles through their online streaming player.

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