The Quest for the Holy Doc!

Ok, a different “kind” of post…

let’s suppose that somebody wants to learn a bit more about sound, sound processing and the various techniques. Yes, the internet is great, but sometimes you want something more… tangible?

So, which book (or books) would you recommend ?


That’s a very broad subject. It really depends what aspects you are interested in.
Two publications that I’d recommend, covering different aspects are:
“The Scientist & Engineer’s Guide to Digital Signal Processing” (also available free on-line).
“Sound-on-Sound magazine” (many older editions are also available on-line, and newer editions are available on-line by subscription, or in paper form by post).