New Wave Entertainment

Droney, Maureen
June 2004
Mix;Jun2004, Vol. 28 Issue 7, p95
Delves into New Wave Entertainment (NWE) in the . Description of the company's business, according to NWE principal Paul Apel; Number of people involved in the company; Type of equipment used for the company's various recording activities.


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