Hurwitz, Matt
January 2004
Mix;Jan2004, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p125
Highlights the number of remix projects of songs recorded by The Beatles. Efforts of compiling the recordings; Modification of sound technology; Mechanism of producing mixes that reflects the performance of the bandmembers.


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