Clark, Rick
June 2003
Mix;Jun2003, Vol. 27 Issue 7, p126
Features the works of acoustics engineers and producers Tom Laune and John Jaszcz in sound recording for contemporary Christian music in Nashville, Tennessee. Approach of Laune in mixing music; Importance of spontaneity in the tracking approach of Jaszcz; Types of equipment used by Laune and Jaszcz in monitoring.


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