I'm sure you must've read a good something somewhere along the way. Care to share a good book recommendation? Specifically audio engineering related would be nice, but anything will do, really.
I read an incredibly detailed chronicles of the Beatles' studio sessions which I enjoyed immensely. If you're into autistic recollections of microphone configurations and half-track reductions it's a riot.
The book I would recommend above all others is 'Prometheus Rising' by Robert Anton Wilson [him again!] - still the most potent psychedelic I've ever ingested.