The NASCAR Studio

Petersen, George
March 2006
Mix;Mar2006, Vol. 30 Issue 3, p10
The article discusses the role of studio computers in handling the entire studio environment including recording, mixing, editing, mastering and storage duties. The modern studio is similar with a high performance National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing vehicle, with the engine providing the power that gets the car moving. Computers dedicated to a single task could benefit from a leaner and faster operating system.


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