Mukilteo, WA (February 2, 2007)–Rane’s “Pro Audio Reference” is now available in printed book form. The Pro Audio Reference is “a one-stop information source for audio, containing an unusual assortment of pro audio information drawn from all fields.” It’s a valuable reference for anyone interested in audio–whether they are beginning or finishing an audio career–student, hobbyist, graduate engineer, musician, acoustician, recording engineer or sound contractor.
Rane’s “Pro Audio Reference” is a large format softcover, containing 468 pages plus a CD-ROM. In addition to Rane’s audio glossary, this book contains thirty of Rane’s most popular technical tutorials known as RaneNotes and ends with a summary of the International System of Units names, symbols and prefixes for decimal and binary numbers. This is more than a simple dictionary–it contains abbreviations, acronyms, anecdotes, biographies, definitions, examples, humor, hyperlinks, idioms, initialisms, interesting facts, jargon, phrases, quotations, slang, trademarks, trade names, tutorials and even a section on the origin of the more interesting pro audio company names.
Complementing all this is an interactive CD-ROM compatible with both Microsoft Windows and Apple Macintosh operating systems that allows the reader to experience the full power of the Pro Audio Reference by adding hyperlinking to itself and to remote websites, along with search and print features. This adds up to.
The “Pro Audio Reference” has a retail price of $79.95, but right now, is available at a limited time web special price of $49.95. For more information, and to purchase, visit: www.rane.com/ranestore.html.