Yes, yes, we’re all going online. I’m online right now. I’ve cancelled my Los Angeles Times subscription. But not my Architectural Digest subscription. We’ve all got things we like to own in print. Print possessions. Here’s one you might like to have (and it’s free, though it looks like it should be expensive).
Steve Savanyu is proud of Audio Technica‘s 2009/10 catalog coffee table book (the Installed Sound Resource Book), in part because he helped write a lot of it.
Half the content is like the Audubon book of birds–a page dedicated to each of Audio Technica’s products with a nice picture and a detailed description, with a few clues about how you might see the product in the wild. The other half of the content is schematics and tutorials. They looked like good templates and starting points. (And they’re fun to look at for those of us who like that sort of thing).
Savanyu said it could be ordered on the Audio Technica website. I tried and couldn’t figure it out. I’ll work on getting a link and update when I do.
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