Audio Recording Technology Institute

Hughens, Sara A.
November 2003
Mix;Nov2003, Vol. 27 Issue 12, p20
Focuses on the Audio Recording Technology Institute in Orlando, Florida. President and founder of the institute; Practicum-style classes; Services offered; Mission of the institute; Creation of the THX-approved mix stage for students; Developments at the institute.


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