Backbeat Books Publishes 'The Recording Secrets Behind 50 Great Albums'

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Backbeat Books has published Electronic Musician Presents The Recording Secrets Behind 50 Great Albums ($16.99), edited by Kylee Swenson Gordon, a writer and editor for magazines including Remix, EQ, Guitar Player, Keyboard, and URB.

The articles in The Recording Secrets Behind 50 Great Albums were culled from the archives of Electronic Musician, Remix, and EQ magazines, spanning the past 10 years. The articles describe songwriting and recording techniques that helped create 50 great albums, produced as far back as 1967 through 2011, revealing the methodology of numerous talented artists, producers, and engineers.

Ranging from such seminal classics as Fleetwood Mac's Rumours, Aerosmith's Toys in the Attic, and The Who's Quadrophenia to recently recorded works by Danger Mouse, Foo Fighters, and Phoenix, this compilation of articles taps into the inner studio realm of a wide range of artists, crossing boundaries of era, genre, geography, and recording style.

Find more information about Recording Secrets Behind 50 Great Albums at Hal Leonard's Website.