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Guitar 9 Glossary of Terms

Glossary Description

This glossary by Dan McAvinchey is a great resource for any guitarists. An absolute must. The selection of the terms and the content of the definitions both show how much knowledge Dan McAvinchey has. Here the description of the glossary from the Guitar Nine Website:
“Understanding many of the hundreds of terms used in a recording studio by producers, engineers, composers, and musicians can be an overwhelming task. We hope to help eliminate the confusion by compiling an on-line glossary that will attempt to define commonly used buzzwords and jargon, both subjective (“I need a warm, weighty, yet puffy bass sound here…”) and straight-forward (“Did you join ASCAP yet…”). Using the glossary will not make you an expert overnight, but it will help keep you in the know and keep you abreast of all the specialized terminology that seems to grow incessantly.

Whenever possible, articles appearing in Guitar Nine Records’ columns have been hyper linked to the corresponding definitions in the glossary. In addition, all pages in the Guitar Nine Records site have a direct link to the glossary main page. You can use the glossary as a reference source simply to look up a term or you can browse the definitions in an attempt to become familiar with a wide variety of new terms. Whichever method you choose, we hope you find this glossary to be a valuable tool in learning the talk of the musical and studio trades.”

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Example Term: Fat

A sound which has been slightly distorted by means of analog tape saturation or tube distortion, yielding a warm, full sound. Also, a sound which is spatially diffuse, accomplished by panning a signal hard left in the stereo spectrum, then delaying the signal slightly and panning the delayed signal hard right.

Glossary / Dictionary Details

Title: Guitar Nine Glossary of Terms Terms: 550
Link: http://www.guitar9.com/glossary.html Language: English
Quote as: Guitar Nine Glossary of Terms, by Dan McAvinchey. Copyright © 1996-2011 Guitar Nine Records All Rights Reserved. [+link] Last visited: November 08, 2011
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InvestorWords.com – Investing Glossary

InvestorWords.com – Investing Glossary

No. of terms: 6000

Description: InvestorWords.com is one of the website that made a specific terminology their business. You can expect from such a site that, if done well, it is to have comprehensive coverage of the terminology and to keep up with new developments and terms. On InvestorWords.com you are likely to find any financial term you are looking for. So this is a sure bookmark for all working in the fields of investment and finance.
Financial topics that are covered are Accounting, Banking, Bonds, Brokerages, Currencies, Dividends,  Economy, Forex, Futures, Insurance, Law/Estate Planning, Mutual Funds, Options, Real Estate, Stocks, Taxes and others. You may browse the financial and investment terms according to those categories.
An additional nice feature of the site is the “Word of the Day” that will be sent to your email.


Example term
: money market account
A savings account which shares some of the characteristics of a money market fund. Like other savings accounts, money market accounts are insured by the Federal government. Money market accounts offer many of the same services as checking accounts although transactions may be somewhat more limited. These accounts are usually managed by banks or brokerages, and can be a convenient place to store money that is to be used for upcoming investments or has been received from the sale of recent investments. They are very safe and highly liquid investments, but offer a lower interest rate than most other investments.

Note: Definitions on InvestorWords.com are enhanced with hyperlinks. Good feature that always helps to get into a certain area.

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