Dave Harris

Lingle, Breean
December 2004
Mix;Dec2004, Vol. 28 Issue 13, p48
Focuses on the establishment of Studio B, a music studio owned by musician Dave Harris in Charlotte, North Carolina. Architectural details of place; Installation of Pro Tools MIX system and a SADiE 5 workstation to enhance music recordings; Role of Harris in the mixing and tracking of the music albums of popular artists.


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