October 2003
Mix;Oct2003, Vol. 27 Issue 11, p17
Reports on the effort of the Professional Audio Manufacturer's Alliance (PAMA) to unit the professional audio community in the United States. Responsibilities of PAMA; Transition of the music industry.


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