SSC: The Man Behind the Mystery

Petersen, George
June 2006
Mix;Jun2006, Vol. 30 Issue 6, p22
The article discusses the life and works of Stephen St. Croix, a columnist and guitarist. At age 26, Stephen founded Marshall Electronic in 1973 and a year later debuted the Marshall Time Modulator. In 1985, St. Croix invented Revectorization, a system for removing noise and distortion from archival recordings. In 1988, he began writing "The Fast Lane" column in "Mix" magazine.


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