I've been trying to get into the habit of reading more and I'm looking for books I can learn something valuable from. I know the "standard" is the Systematic Mixing Guide, which I've already read - and to be honest I feel like most of the info in that book has already been covered 100 times over by just general discussion in forums and things like that- and it doesn't go very deep into anything. In other words, I don't feel like I really learned anything new by reading it. I browsed a couple of book stores and found... nothing. No audio-related books at all. I'm used to be able to find shelves upon shelves of technical and design and software kinds of stuff, and we've got libraries of textbooks and things at the office- but when it comes to audio, it seems like there's not much reading out there. Give me your recommendations! Can be music theory, song writing, mixing/mastering/engineering, casually written guides or tips, or thick textbooks, etc., - whatever. If it's about audio or music in some way and I can learn something, then I'd like to hear about.