Roland VS Recorder Power: The Comprehensive Guide

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Roland VS Recorder Power!: The Comprehensive Guide
By Chris Skelnik, Vince Gibbs, Karl Frick
Publisher: Course Technology
Pub Date: 2005
ISBN: 1-59200-836-4
Pages: 350

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  • Chris "Hook" Skelnik has been playing drums for over 20 years . He has played hundreds of live gigs throughout the Midwest, and his drumming can be heard on various independent releases. He has been a Roland VS user since 1999, and uses various VS workstations at C4 Studios, his small project studio, specializing in solo artists , small band projects, and on-location recording. Skelnik is also an administrator and moderator for, the world's largest online community for VS users. He has written various technical documents and FAQs related to the VS workstations, and is the Editor of the VSPlanet Newsletter.

  • Vince Gibbs has been a home recording enthusiast since purchasing his first multi-track recorder in 1983. He has developed training curricula for such companies as DirecTV, Cricket Wireless, and AOL to name a few. He has performed throughout Asia with top-40 bands as a singer , drummer , and bass player and has released his own independent CDs. Gibbs' passion is music, home recording and getting the best out of the gear he owns. He can also be found helping VS users at VSPlanet, the largest online community of VS users.

  • Karl Frick has been an electronics aficionado since the early 1960s, and has been a part-time working musician since 1970. He started tinkering with multi-track recording in 1974, bouncing tracks back and forth between two stereo reel-to-reel decks. He worked as a musician, engineer, and equipment technician at a 24-track facility from 1978 to 1984. During a stint as a design engineer, Frick was awarded a patent for an electronic bell-playing system that was installed in dozens of churches and other facilities worldwide from 1988 to 1995. He loves to play bass guitar and Hammond organ, and has performed in bands that have opened for such diverse artists as B.B. King, John Hammond, and America.

  • Targeted towards beginner to intermediate hard disk recorder users and enthusiasts looking for tips and information on Roland's successful and popular VS Recorder series.

  • Offers comprehensive and in-depth coverage of how to record, edit, mix, and master audio recordings using the various models of the Roland VS hard disk recorder.

  • Written by professional users who work with the Roland VS Recorder and provide users with all of the background and usage information they need to become proficient with the VS Recorder.

  • Covers the history, theory, working methods , performance and usage tips, and additional peripherals to help the user get the most out of his or her Roland VS Recorder.

  • Part of the successful Power! series of titles.

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Roland VS Recorder Power.
Roland VS Recorder Power.
ISBN: 1592008364
Year: 2005
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