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This Glossary contains brief definitions of many of the audio and electronic terms used in discussions of sound mixing and recording. Many of the terms have other meanings or nuances or very rigorous technical definitions, which we have sidestepped here because we figure you already have a lot on your mind.

If you'd like to get more information, you can call Music Books Plus at 1-800-265-8481 or visit their web site, http://www.musicbooksplus.com/. We recommend the following titles:
The Audio Dictionary, by Glenn White
Tech Terms,
by Peterson & Oppenheimer
Handbook for Sound Engineers, by Glen Ballou
Mackie Mixer Book by Rudy Trubitt
Sound Reinforcement Handbook, by Gary Davis.

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