Welcome to Scribd. Sign in or start your free trial to enjoy unlimited e-books, audiobooks & documents.Find out more
Standard view
Full view
of .
Look up keyword
Like this
0 of .
Results for:
No results containing your search query
P. 1
Recording Architecture - The Book

Recording Architecture - The Book

Ratings: (0)|Views: 1,627|Likes:
Published by Kevin Jacobson
An in depth guide to Recording studio design through case studies for anyone with an interest in the design and building of recording studios:
An in depth guide to Recording studio design through case studies for anyone with an interest in the design and building of recording studios:

More info:

Categories:Topics, Art & Design
Published by: Kevin Jacobson on Jul 12, 2010
Copyright:Attribution Non-commercial


Read on Scribd mobile: iPhone, iPad and Android.
download as DOC, PDF, TXT or read online from Scribd
See more
See less





M-Y Books Publishing / Black Box
187 Ware Rd Hertford • Herts, Sg13 7EQ • Tel 0044 [ 0 ] 1992 586279  www.m-ybooks.co.uk
- RA: THE BOOK – The Recording Architecture Book of Studio Design
- 9781907759161
– Black Box and M-Y Books Ltd
– Hardback Woven - Full Colour Illustration
Page Count
Publication Date
– December 4
Media Contact
Summary -
An in depth guide to Recording studio design through case studies for anyone with an interest in the design and building of recording studios:
New Book Advanced information
Established by Roger D'Arcy and Hugh Flynn on April 1st 1987 RecordingArchitecture has risen to become one of the premier recording studio designcompanies in the world. First Commissioned by ex Def Leppard guitarist Pete Willisfor Blue Room studios In Sheffield swiftly followed by projects such as HulgraveHall, for composer Keith Hopwood the company has grown to design keyinstallations around the world. Now for the first time they will be publishing a history of these ground breakingdesigns covering all aspects of architectural, acoustic and interior design of thesestudios and spaces specifically related to sound –on a project by project basis.In a Career spanning Three decades Recording Architecture has virtually unrivalledexperience in the design of studios which range in size and purpose from classicalorchestral, residential, mixing, mastering, post production, film dubbing, video editingand rehearsal studios over 40 countries worldwide.Stating his desire to expand awareness with the new book Roger D’Arcy states “Over the years, and perhaps surprisingly, the only available books on recording studiodesign seem to have been written by individuals with little or no qualified background
xyz@example.com • www.m-ybooks.co.uk reg office Hertford Herts
in Architecture or design in the field - we are trying show the detailedarchitectural/acoustic input behind a successful design with each studio studyshowing drawings in large format “.This is not a theoretical guide but a detailed presentation of tried and testedtechniques as applied to real, built projects – in many of the case studies, the actualdrawings issued for construction are reproduced. The examples illustrate not onlywhat we think should be done but what was in fact physically (and successfully)implemented in a wide variety of situations – from small, private project studios tolarge, commercial land mark studios such as Lansdowne and CTS.Examples range in scope from individual spaces and rooms to multi studio facilitiesand cover the two principal strands of recording and mixing:MUSIC studios – recording (tracking), mixing and mastering (including cutting) –  project to orchestral in scale – examples have been taken from the private,commercial and educational sectors.POST PRODUCTION studios – voice over (dubbing), FX recording (“Foley”), filmmix studios (dubbing theatres) – from small voice over studios for TV to large DolbyPremier Certified film mix theatres.Contents include hundreds of photographs together with detailed plans andconstruction drawings - including comprehensive specifications of materials andtechniques - showing exactly how these environments were created.The Book is written and compiled by Recording Architecture’s founding directors,Roger D’Arcy (acoustic and architectural design) and Hugh Flynn (buildingtechnology) and features the photography of Neil Waving who has been photographing RA`s studios for over 23 years.
MarketingRecording architecture has a very high profile around the world with over 300 studio projectscompleted .RA:The Book will enjoy comprehensive coverage within the global Pro Audio Worldwith coverage in the following Print media;Pro Sound NewsAudio MediaTape OpAudio ProPro AudioSound On SoundResolutionPro audio magazineAudio revolutionComputer MusicConnections MagazineElectronic MusicianEq magazineHome recordingKeyBoardKeysMixdownMix MagazineProfessional Sound MagazineRecording engineer 

Activity (11)

You've already reviewed this. Edit your review.
1 hundred reads
1 thousand reads
avare8368 liked this
Afsal Ashraf liked this
solarisol liked this
Abraham liked this
Yvonne Wannaway liked this
Rahul Agarwal liked this
Lazyfingers61 liked this

You're Reading a Free Preview

/*********** DO NOT ALTER ANYTHING BELOW THIS LINE ! ************/ var s_code=s.t();if(s_code)document.write(s_code)//-->