So, you’re not a math person. And you really don’t feel like technical electronics tasks are really your thing. However, you need to know some concepts about sound and recording.
Electronics Concepts, Labs and Projects For Media Enthusiasts, Students, and Professionals was written with someone like you in mind. The book, publishing as of Hal Leonard Corp.’s Music Pro Guides series, teaches you how to test cables, use an oscilloscope, and understand electronic circuits.
Math is minimally employed as explanations are made, and the book also features seven projects to help put the information you’ve learned into action. Each chapter ends with a lab and the book contains a DVD with additional lectures and illustrations designed to make all the book’s concepts even clearer.