Deans, Jonathan; Carsten, Robert; Procise III, M. L.; Natale, Dave; Rot, Dave; Strayer, Marty; Franks, Clive; Hughes, Mark; Scovill, Robert; Yakabuski, Jim
October 2007
Mix;Oct2007, Vol. 31 Issue 10, p68
The article highlights historical developments in the music and sound recording industry in the United States citing the experiences of several music engineers and producers. One is about the author's work as sound engineer on the Las Vegas production of "Love" in Abbey Road Studios. Another relates to the author's music work for the band Peace Frog.


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