Weiss, David
March 2007
Mix;Mar2007, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p123
The article presents the role of producer and mixer Bob Power in sound recording industry. Power whose expert tuning skills have graced the likes of "The Roots," "A Tribe Called Quest," and "Ozomatli" is a form of audio-based feng shui that is central to his behavior. He said that the sound should be a sound of the artist and everything should be steered alive.


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