Weiss, David
August 2007
Mix;Aug2007, Vol. 31 Issue 8, p137
The article profiles two chief engineers for two recording studios in New York City. Jason Marcucci, the chief engineer at Dubway Studios, offers the studio technical expertise, stability, solid business leads, and great morale. Kevin Odom, the chief engineer for Fenix Studios, sees the importance of balance in managing staff.


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