$30 Music School (PAP/COM)

$30 Music School (PAP/COM)

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  • 製本 Paperback:紙装版/ペーパーバック版/ページ数 400 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9781592001712
  • DDC分類 780.2373

Table of Contents

Introduction  xvii
Chapter 1 Band Politics 1 (16)
Meet the Players 3 (12)
Singer 3 (1)
Guitar Player 4 (1)
Bass Player 5 (1)
Drummer 5 (1)
Keyboard Player 6 (1)
DJ 6 (1)
Horn Players 7 (1)
Backup Singers 8 (1)
All That Other Stuff 8 (1)
Roadie 9 (1)
Manager 9 (1)
Booking Agent 9 (1)
Road Manager 10 (1)
Groupie 10 (1)
Soundman 11 (1)
Producers 12 (1)
Engineer 13 (1)
Assistant Engineer 13 (1)
Lone Wolf Musicians 13 (2)
Art by Committee 15 (1)
Why Bands Break Up 15 (1)
Fighting Over the Publishing Split 15 (1)
Artistic Differences 16 (1)
Conclusion 16 (1)
Chapter 2 songwriting Basics 17 (26)
Song Structure 18 (10)
ABABC(BB) Form 20 (5)
ABABCC Form 25 (1)
ABCABC Form 25 (1)
ABABAB Form 26 (1)
AAAAAAAA Form 26 (1)
Hook Me 26 (2)
Syncopation 28 (1)
The Recipe for Music 28 (7)
Dynamics 29 (1)
Tempo 29 (1)
Timbre and Mood 30 (5)
The Writing Process 35 (5)
Lyrics and Singing 38 (1)
Writing and Performing within Your 38 (2)
Limitations
Inspiration 40 (1)
Conclusion: Melody Good, Structure Good 40 (3)
Chapter 3 Guitars, Basses, and Amps 43 (34)
Getting Your Gear 45 (6)
Acoustic Pickups 50 (1)
Whammy Bars 50 (1)
Locking Nuts 50 (1)
Left-Handed Guitars 51 (1)
Whereto Look 51 (3)
eBay 53 (1)
What to Buy 54 (22)
Pawn Shops 56 (1)
Guitar Cases 57 (1)
Security 58 (2)
Tuners 60 (1)
Strings 61 (3)
Changing Guitar Strings 62 (2)
Amps 64 (5)
Guitar Amps 64 (2)
Bass Amps 66 (3)
Power 69 (1)
Speaker Impedance 70 (1)
Amp Cases 70 (1)
Cables 71 (4)
Guitar Stands 75 (1)
Guitar Straps 75 (1)
Conclusion 76 (1)
Chapter 4 Effects 77 (20)
Distortion 80 (2)
Delay 82 (2)
Wah Wah 84 (1)
Compressor 85 (1)
Reverb 85 (1)
Chorus 86 (1)
Volume Pedal 87 (1)
Flanger 87 (1)
Phase Shifter 88 (1)
Pitch Shifter 88 (1)
Vibrato (Also Called Tremolo) 89 (1)
Noise Gate 89 (1)
Envelope Filter 90 (1)
Multi-Effects 90 (1)
Octave Divider 91 (1)
Guitar Synth 92 (1)
Talk Box 93 (1)
In General 93 (3)
Rack Mount Effects 94 (2)
Conclusion 96 (1)
Chapter 5 Microphones, RA. Systems, and 97 (16)
Troubleshooting
P.A. Systems 100(6)
Troubleshooting 106(6)
How to Solder 109(3)
Conclusion 112(1)
Chapter 6 Drums 113(16)
What to Get 117(10)
Bottom Heads? 120(1)
Tuning Your Drums 121(1)
Cymbals 122(1)
Drum Sticks 122(1)
Drum Cases 123(1)
Drum Machines 124(2)
Electronic Drums 126(1)
Get Creative 127(1)
Coda 127(2)
Chapter 7 Electronic Music and DJ Equipment 129(30)
Skip Frederiksen 130(29)
A. Software 131(6)
Lounge Lizard Virtual Rhodes/Wurlitzer 133(1)
Electric Piano
Emagic EVP73 Virtual Rhodes Piano 133(1)
Sampletank XL 1.3 133(1)
Novation V -Station 133(1)
Fruity Loops 3.56 134(3)
Reason 2.0 134(1)
Cakewalk SONAR XL 2.0 135(1)
Edirol PCR-30 MIDI Keyboard Controller 136(1)
for Virtual Instruments
Hardware 137(1)
Keyboards 137(14)
Keytars 138(1)
Taurus Bass Pedal 138(2)
Yamaha NS10m Monitors 139(1)
Behringer Mixing Board 139(1)
Pioneer CDJ-1000 for Scratching 139(1)
Numark Matrix 3 Pro DJ Mixer 140(1)
Synths 140(3)
Roland HS-60 (Juno-106 with Speakers) 140(1)
Roland D2 Groovebox 141(1)
Yamaha CS1x Control Synth 141(1)
Casio CZ-1000 Phase Distortion Synth 142(1)
Various Sample Libraries/Loops 142(1)
Guitars 143(5)
"Faded: 148(1)
"Blue Deluge" 149(2)
Interview with DJ Kafka 151(3)
Interview with DJ Satan 154(3)
In Summation 157(2)
Chapter 8 Operations: Practice Space and Human 159(20)
Resources
A Place to Play and Some Friends to Play With 160(5)
Lockout or Hourly? 160(4)
Make Your Own Studio 164(1)
Staying Clean 165(1)
Conclusion 165(1)
Finding, Keeping, and Firing Musicians 165(13)
Finding Musicians 166
Writing an Ad 166
Keeping Musicians 164(11)
Firing Musicians 175(3)
Outro 178(1)
Chapter 9 Singing and Playing 179(24)
Guitar Chords 171(14)
Keyboard Chords 185(3)
Let's Get It ON! 188(13)
Mikes 189(2)
The Process 191(2)
Cover Songs 193(1)
Notation 194(1)
"ROACH GuRL" 194(2)
Miscellaneous Stuff 196(2)
Drum Sticks 196(1)
Earplugs 196(1)
Taking Care of Your Voice 196(1)
Calluses 197(1)
Advanced Guitar Stuff 198(2)
Slide 198(1)
Capo 198(1)
More 199(1)
Style 199(1)
Do Your Own Thing 200(1)
Summation 201(2)
Chapter 10 Finding, Playing, and Putting On Gigs 203(34)
Booking Shows 204(2)
Contacts 206(7)
Contracts 213(22)
What to Expect 219(1)
Loadln 219(1)
Sound Check 220(3)
The Set 223(1)
Encore 224(1)
After the Show 225(1)
Miscellaneous Giggmg Stuff 226(5)
Roadie 226(1)
Duct Tape 227(1)
Stickers 227(1)
Autographs 228(1)
Set Lists: One for Each Band Member 228(1)
Flyering 229(1)
The Sound Man 230(1)
Stuff That Sucks 231(1)
How to Make Your Own Scene 231(7)
Warehouse Shows 233(1)
Open Mikes 233(1)
Press Releases 234(1)
Zines 234(1)
Conclusion 235(2)
Chapter 11 Hardware Recording 237(30)
History 238(3)
Four-Track Units 239(2)
Why Use Multi-Track Systems? 241(21)
Mike Levels 254(1)
Pantyhose 254(2)
Let's Do This Thing 256(6)
Final Mix 262(3)
Conclusion 265(2)
Chapter 12 Software Recording 267(48)
Let's Get It ON 270(17)
Using Acid 270(8)
Using Sound Forge 278(9)
Advanced Sound Program Use 287(23)
Mastering 287(3)
Noise Reduction 290(3)
Pitch Change 293(2)
Making Audio Loops in Sound Forge 295(1)
Video in Sound Forge 296(1)
Multitracking in Vegas 296(6)
Mixing in Vegas 302(1)
Recording in Acid 303(1)
Pro Tools 303(1)
FL Studio 304(6)
Miscellaneous Stuff 310(3)
Backing Up 310(2)
Telecommuting for Art 312(1)
To Culminate 313(2)
Chapter 13 Make and Promote Your Own CDs 315(38)
Nero 317(2)
RecordNow Max 319(2)
Watson, Come Here. I Need You! 320(1)
CD-Extra CD 321(3)
What Data Should I Put on a CD-Extra? 324(1)
Covers 324(1)
Giving Back 325(1)
Audio Subterfuge 326(2)
Hidden Sounds 326(1)
Brown Sound 327(1)
Visual Subterfuge 328(1)
Make Sure 328(1)
Promotion 329(2)
Priorities in Promotion and Art 329(2)
Using the Internet 331(21)
MP3s 334(3)
Photoshop Web Gallery 337(8)
AddWeb 341(1)
emailSTRIPPER 342(3)
Linking 345(1)
Web Boards and Mailing List Services 345(5)
Topica.com 346(1)
Testimonials 347(1)
Promotional Zest and Artistic Zeal 347(3)
Getting Your Stuff into Stores 350(9)
Endcap 352(1)
Wrap Up 352(1)
Chapter 14 Business 353(32)
Band Names 354(5)
Copyrights 359(5)
What Is Not Covered by Copyright? 360(1)
What Is Covered? 360(1)
How Long Does a Copyright Last? 360(1)
How Do You Get a Copyright? 361(1)
Publishing Rights 362(1)
The Flip Side 362(1)
To Wind Up So Far 363(1)
Slick Guys in Suits and Ties with Little 364(21)
Ponytails
Agent or Not? Manager or Not 364(1)
"The Deal" 365(5)
The Art of Business 370(4)
The State of the Business of Art 374(1)
Making a Living 375(1)
Contracts 376(5)
A True Cautionary Example 381(1)
The Antidote 382(1)
Conclusion 383(2)
Chapter 15 Starting Labels and Production 385(16)
Companies
Running a Record Label 386(3)
Running a Production Company 389(10)
My Prediction 391(1)
How to Stand Out as a Production Company 392(2)
What Makes a Good Producer? 394(4)
Importance of Follow Through 398(1)
Slow and Steady Wins the Race 398(1)
The Final Analysis 399(2)
Chapter 16 Touring 401(26)
Booking 403(4)
Merch 407(3)
Roadies 410(1)
Money 411(1)
Van 412(2)
Cheap Tickets 414
Getting Along 41 (378)
Advancing Shows 419(2)
Booking Agents 421(4)
General Random Advice 425(1)
Conclusion 426(1)
Chapter 17 Closing Arguments 427(26)
Spouses and Kids and Jobs 429(1)
Polyamory 430(1)
Resentments, Enemies, and Stalkers 430(6)
Dead Ends 433(3)
Humility and Work Ethic 436(1)
Art Karma-And Green Karma (Money) 437(14)
The Seven Habits of Highly Effective Punk 439(12)
Rockers
Conclusion 451(2)
Chapter 18 Interviews 453(48)
Henry Rollins 454(10)
London May 464(10)
Janis Tanaka 474(8)
Dave Brockie 482(4)
Joan Jett 486(3)
Peter DiStefano 489(4)
Jonathan Richman 493(8)
Appendix A What's on the CD-ROM? 501(1)
Movies 502(1)
PC Software Demos 503(1)
EPK (Electronic Press Kits) 503(1)
Songs 504(1)
Goodies 504(1)
Thanks 504(1)
Book Cover Photo Credits 505(1)
Contact 505
Index 501