Tools of the Trade

September 2003
Mix;Sep2003, Vol. 27 Issue 10, p90
Features a selection of new equipment for audio and music production. API 8200 mixer; Sonic Studio CD-R professional CD-R imaging device; Yamaha SPX 2000; Event Studio Precision 8 monitor; Plugsound 1.8 sample libraries.


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