April 2006
Mix;Apr2006, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p18
The article reports about the album produced by Don Was, titled "Was Not Was" which was stopped by Selah Recording located in Detroit, Michigan. Dylan Koski-Budabin supervised the Pro Tools 5.1 system for the album. It states that the studio also hosted Mario Winans who is working on his project for Warner Bros.


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