At last, here s a book on audio engineering that the average person can understand. No endless formulas or abstract terminology just the facts, distilled from author Ira White s years of sound and studio experience. Inside you ll find practical information on how professional audio equipment works and how you can use it to its fullest, all seasoned with a dash of humour. Whether your interest is recording or live sound instruments or vocals clubs, churches, or concert halls and whether you re an audio novice or an old hand, this book is the shortest distance between you and a better understanding of sound systems and technology.
IRA WHITE (Portsmouth, VA) was born in Norfolk, Virginia, and played professionally as a guitarist/singer for 15 years in various touring bands. He put together his first recording studio in 1983, and started his own pro-audio sales and installation company in 1991. He also served as a ministry sound engineer for churches, TMCJ International theatrical productions, and worship artist Paul Wilbur s Lion of Judah tour in the U.S. and Costa Rica.