Booming Back at You

Blum, Jason
July 2008
Remix;Jul2008, Vol. 10 Issue 7, p37
Trade Publication
The article focuses on issues and trends in studio monitoring in studio music production. Monitoring must ensure that the music can stand on its own and translate properly across all systems, from cheap computer speakers to massive club systems. Challenges and techniques for balancing a mix to translate properly across such a wide range of systems are cited.


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