Warner Bros. Sound Facility

Blake, Larry
April 2006
Mix;Apr2006, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p22
The article features the recording studio of Warner Bros. in Burbank, California. A brief history of the recording facility is provided. Members of the recording staff include Norm Barnett, senior vice president post-production services, Kevin Collier, director of engineering, Robert Winder, vice president of operations and Kim Waugh, vice president of post-production services. A description of the studio's layout is given. INSET: ICONs on Stage 6.


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