David Miles Huber is an American composer and producer in the downtempo, ambient and dance genres, and 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, has sold over 250,000 copies and is 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.
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