Bruce Swedien

Cherney, Ed
October 2007
Mix;Oct2007, Vol. 31 Issue 10, p41
The article profiles music producer Bruce Swedien. He worked with Quincy in Los Angeles, California and the author claims to have worked for Swedien and Quincy at Westlake Studios. The author became Bruce's assistant for five or six years. Details about his achievements and contributions to the sound and music recording and processing are presented.


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