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Shaping Sound in the Studio and Beyond: Audio Aesthetics and Technology by Gary Gottlieb

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Digital Editing

Now that we have a grasp of the basics of razorblade editing, let’s briefly examine the differences and similarities between that and digital editing. Although some may claim that digital editing is so radically different than razorblade editing that they defy comparison, others believe that digital editing is a natural extension of razorblade editing, much in the same way that digital signal processing is a natural outgrowth of analog signal processing, despite the inherent differences in the underlying technology. Analog editing and digital editing are simply different tools at the audio professional’s disposal, both of which accomplish the same goals. As one wise student of mine pointed out, both he and his grandfather have ...

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