Learning to Speak the Language

Petersen, George
January 2008
Mix;Jan2008, Vol. 32 Issue 1, p10
The article forecasts on the performance of the music industry. Gear for audio creation will continue to become more affordable and easier-to-use, expanding the market for people who want to express themselves. Many talented musicians learn or dabble with recording, picking up some basic skills and even becoming excellent engineers in their own right.


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