Bruce Swedien on Quincy Jones

Jackson, Blair
October 2007
Mix;Oct2007, Vol. 31 Issue 10, p80
The article describes the personal and working relationship between sound engineer Bruce Swedien and producer Quincy Jones. Swedien claims to have an ultimate respect for Quincy on a musical and personal level. He described Quincy as a completely amazing guy and credited Quincy with being an early, important supporter of stereo records.


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