Weiss, David
August 2005
Mix;Aug2005, Vol. 29 Issue 9, p147
Cites examples of employee reshuffling trend in various sound studios in New York City. Statement of mastering engineer Tony Gillis on the challenges of finding a new studio after the closure of the Hit Factory; Decision of mastering veteran Joe Lambert to resign from Classic Sound where he had served for five years; Factors influencing the employees' decisions.


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