The other day I got an email asking what book I would recommend on Recording and that got me thinking. Years ago I would have had the answer straight off, but now with so much information available on the Internet, my dependance on books (both for myself and for when I teach) is a lot less, so I wasn't sure, and decided to do some research. I have racked my brains, checked my bookshelves, and researched what is still available (and what new editions there are). There are also some good new books that have come out in the last few years, but without much fanfare. Of course there are other subjects in Audio Engineering as well as studio recording. All these are being put into a bibliography page, with the cheerful title "books".