Maybe you already do or have read some books on audio production, but there are probably some more you haven’t read yet.
There is million places you can find info on the internet, but sometimes the best place to start is in a book. So take a break from the hectic world of your computer for a few minutes a night and absorb the tried and true method of information sharing.
Here are some to take a look at:
Mastering Audio, The Art & The Science by Bob Katz
Total recording by David Moulton
Mixing engineer’s handbook by Bobby Owinksy
The Daily Adventures of Mixerman
Mixing With Your Mind by Michael Stavrou
Sound Recording Handbook by John Woram
All You Need Is Ears by George Martin
The Microphone Handbook by John Eargle
Audio Cyclopedia by Howard Tremaine
The Sound Reinforcement Handbook by Gary Davis and Ralph Jones