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Winner Announced: Win a Copy of the Book "The Encyclopedia of Home Recording"

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Recording engineer and Audiotuts+ writer Mark Garrison has just launched a new book—"The Encyclopedia of Home Recording." We're giving away a copy for free. To enter, just leave a comment! One random commenter will be chosen as winner. Too easy.


Winner Announced

Our winner for this competition (picked at random) is Samet, who left this comment:

Sources about these subjects is not many in may language.So i’m trying to learn as many info and tips as i can.i am working in a studio and also recording in my home studio for 4 years and still have lots of things i can learn.this book will help me to improve and do my job better.

Congratulations - we'll be in touch with you shortly.

If you didn't win the book and are still interested, you can pick it up from the website for $34.95. And we'll bring you a few extracts from the book over the next month or so, so stay tuned!

Encyclopedia of Home Recording

Here are some details about the book:

The Encyclopedia of Home Recording puts those answers at your fingertips quickly and easily by explaining the tools, techniques, and terminology of the home studio in an easy-to-understand manner.

Features of this unique home studio reference include:

  • Hundreds of alphabetically-organized entries
  • A special section on the basics of sound
  • Studio setup guide
  • Microphone placement guide
  • More than 150 diagrams
  • Cross-reference notes to help you learn more
  • Practical tips and advice for improving your recordings

Learn more from the book's website.

How to Win

For the chance to win, all you need to do is comment. If you like, tell us why you need this book. Make sure to include your correct email address with your comment so that we can contact you. This giveaway is open worldwide, but make sure to get your comment in before midnight this Saturday, Pacific Eastern Standard Time.

Please note: Envato staff and people who have written more than two tutorials/articles for a Tuts+ site are not eligible to enter.

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