Audio Engineering by Douglas Self, Ben Duncan, Ian Sinclair, Richard Brice, John Linsley Hood, Andrew Singmin, Don Davis, Eugene Patronis & John Watkinson
Know It All: Know It All (Newnes Know It All)

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The Newnes Know It All Series takes the best of what our authors have written to create hard-working desk references that will be an engineer's first port of call for key information, design techniques and rules of thumb. Guaranteed not to gather dust on a shelf!

Audio engineers need to master a wide area of topics in order to excel. The Audio Engineering Know It All covers every angle, including digital signal processing, power supply design, microphone and loudspeaker technology as well as audio compression.

• A 360-degree view from our best-selling authors
• Includes such topics as fundamentals, compression, and test and measurement
• The ultimate hard-working desk reference; all the essential information, techniques and tricks of the trade in one volume

About Douglas Self, Ben Duncan, Ian Sinclair, Richard Brice, John Linsley Hood, Andrew Singmin, Don Davis, Eugene Patronis & John Watkinson

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Ben Duncan is a writer and broadcaster based in England. He is author of the novel "Little Friends and of numerous articles that have appeared in "The Guardian, New Society, Punch, The Spectator, and "The Times Literary Supplement. John Howard teaches in the Department of American Studies at King's College, University of London. He is author of the widely-acclaimed study "Men Like That: A Southern Queer History and editor of "Carryin' On in the Lesbian and Gay South and two volumes of postwar gay literature. IAN SINCLAIR is renowned in African birding circles for his field knowledge and expertise in identifying the region's many bird species. His vast experience has been gained in expeditions to every corner of Africa, as well as to the Himalayas, Antarctica and Marion Island. He has authored or co-authored several successful bird books, including the hugely successful Field Guide to Birds of SA and the equally successful Birds of Southern Africa. Hood is responsible for numerous amplifier designs that have led the way to better sound and has also kept up a commentary on developments in audio in magazines such as the Grmophone, Electronics in Action and Electronics World. Singmin has a lengthy interest in electronics and holds degrees in electronics, semiconductor physics, and solid state physics. Before beginning his career as an author of true crime books, Don Davis worked for 30 years as a UPI correspondent on various assignments, including the Vietnam War and the White House beat. His works since have covered major crimes of the 1990s. They include Bad Blood: The Shocking True Story Behind the Menendez Killings (1994) and The Milwaukee Murders: Nightmare in Apartment 213: The True Story (1991) about the Jeffrey Dahmer case. Davis's other works include his first novel, Appointment With the Squire (1997), about World War II, and another novel, The Gris-Gris Man (1997), a story about voodoo killings in New Orleans. In addition to being a writer and reporter, Davis was an instructor of journalism at Boston University in 1979, and a lecturer at the U.S. Navel War College in 1983.
Published March 6, 2009 by Newnes. 936 pages
Genres: History, Computers & Technology, Professional & Technical, Science & Math. Non-fiction

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