Verna, Paul
June 2003
Mix;Jun2003, Vol. 27 Issue 7, p127
Features the works of acoustical engineer and producer William Garret in recording the music 'Come Away With Me,' performed by Norah Jones and written by Jesse Harris, at the studio of Sony/ATV Music Publishing in New York City. Types of equipment used; Quality of the sound effect; Credentials of Garret.


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