David Miles Huber

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David Miles Huber
Born David Miles Huber
Occupation composer and producer
Known for American composer and Record Producer

David Miles Huber is an American composer and producer in the downtempo, ambient and dance genres. He is also the author of numerous books on recording and electronic music. Huber's CD series Relaxation and Meditation with Music and Nature has sold over one million copies. His latest music and collaborations are available through the 51bpm independent record label. Huber's most prominent book; Modern Recording Techniques was sold over 250,000 copies and became a standard recording industry text.

Huber received his degree in music technology from Indiana University (I.M.P.), and was the first American to be admitted into the Tonmeister program at the University of Surrey in Guildford, Surrey, England.[1]

Selected discography[edit]

  • Colabs (2008), 51bm.com llc - 51bpm-005CD (stereo CD) - one CD[2]
  • Colabs (2008), 51bm.com llc - 51bpm-008dtsCD (surround dts CD) - one surround dts CD[3]
  • Relaxation and Meditation with Music and Nature (1993), Delta Music - two 5-CD sets[4]
  • Between the Sea & the Sky (1996), Delta Music - 5-CD box set[5]
  • Roads (1979), 51bpm.com llc - 51bpm-001DL (stereo download)[5]
  • Chamberland (2012), 51bm.com llc[2] Nominated for Best Surround Sound Album (55th Annual Grammy Awards Winner 2013)[6]

Selected bibliography[edit]

  • Audio Production Techniques for Video. H.W. Sams, 1987.[7]
  • Microphone Manual: Design and Application. H.W. Sams, 1988.[8]
  • Random Access Audio. SAMS Pub., 1992.[9]
  • Hard Disk Recording for Musicians. Music Sales Corp, 1995.[10]
  • Professional Microphone Techniques (with Philip Williams). Thomson Course Technology, 1998.[11]
  • Modern Recording Techniques (with Robert E. Runstein). Seventh edition, Elsevier, 2010.[12]

modrec.com site

  • The MIDI Manual: A Practical Guide to MIDI in the Project Studio. Third edition, Elsevier, 2007.[13]


  1. ^ Huber, David. "David Miles Huber". 
  2. ^ a b Huber, David. "Colabs". Retrieved 5 April 2013.  Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; name "discography1" defined multiple times with different content (see the help page).
  3. ^ Huber, David. grammy nominated "Colabs 2008" Check |url= value (help). Retrieved 5 April 2013. 
  4. ^ Huber, David. "Relaxation & Meditation With Music & Nature". Retrieved 5 April 2013. 
  5. ^ a b Huber, David. "Between the Sea & The Sky". Retrieved 5 April 2013. 
  6. ^ Huber, David. "55th Annual Grammy Awards". Retrieved 23 April 2013. 
  7. ^ Huber, David Miles (1987). Audio production techniques for video. Boston.[Mass.]: Focal Pr. ISBN 978-0240801483. 
  8. ^ Huber, David Miles (1988). Microphone manual : design and application (1st ed.). Indianapolis, Ind., USA: H.W. Sams. ISBN 978-0672225987. 
  9. ^ Huber, David Miles (1992). Random access audio. Carmel, Ind., USA: SAMS Pub. ISBN 978-0672300868. 
  10. ^ Huber, David Miles (1995). Hard disk recording for musicians. New York: Amsco Publications. ISBN 978-0825614330. 
  11. ^ Huber, David Miles (1998). Professional microphone techniques (2. printing. ed.). Emeryville, CA: MixBooks. ISBN 978-0872886858. 
  12. ^ Runstein, David Miles Huber, Robert E. (2010). Modern recording techniques (7th ed.). Amsterdam: Focal Press/Elsevier. ISBN 978-0240810690. 
  13. ^ Huber, David Miles (2007). The MIDI manual : a practical guide to MIDI in the project studio (3rd ed.). Amsterdam: Elsevier/Focal Press. ISBN 978-0240807980. 

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