On-the-Spot CD Release

Benzuly, Sarah
May 2004
Mix;May2004, Vol. 28 Issue 6, p88
Discusses the impact of technological advances on the production of live sound industry. Proliferation of instant CD-ROM burnings; Emergence of royalty issues; Question of job responsibility to sound engineers. INSET: Kevin Browning's Recording Chain.


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