Modern Mixing Dilemmas

Jackson, Blair
February 2006
Mix;Feb2006, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p34
The article discusses the audio production in the U.S. Mixers are facing current issues in mixing such as projects that combined 2-inch multitrack. The home studio revolution has affected the job of mixers. The art of recording vocals is at an all-time low. Great sounding studio is often lack of projects.


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