Schuitz, Barbara
February 2007
Mix;Feb2007, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p110
The article discusses the takeover of London Bridge Studio by Jonathan Plum and Geoff Ott from Rick Parashar and Raj Parashar in Seattle. The article mentions the orchestral recording that London Bridge Studio hosts and the plans of Plum and Ott in managing the business. The responsibilities shared by the employee-turned-owners of the studio, Plum and Ott are mentioned.


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