Basic Mixing Techniques
Get your music mixing techniques perfected and record your own song or album with the help of this eBook on music mixing. Studio time is not cheap, and even more expensive if you need a sound engineer, so get armed with the facts from this excellent eBook before you start. Knowledge is power.
Practical Art of Motion Picture Sound
OK, so we know this is Making Music on Tradebit, but this eBook so impressed us (and we're not the only ones), we had to shoehorn it in here somewhere. Besides, the core principles it teaches can easily be applied to music production, especially as the lines between all media continue to blur with the relentless advance of technology.
A highly recommended read for anyone looking to learn more about the subject of sound engineering, and a worthy starting point for newcomers hungry to learn how to engineer music.
DJing for Dummies
There are those that say any dummy can DJ, and its true if we're talking about switching tracks on ABBA and Westlife CDs at a bad wedding - but the truth is, modern DJs work pretty darned hard to get those space age sounds out of their mixing consoles, whether in a live environment or studio one.
Digital DJ software is not easy to pick up and use, and its recommended to learn the basic tenets and principles of sound mixing first. You can start by reading this great intro to mixing songs.