Portable Production

Becka, Kevin
February 2009
Mix;Feb2009, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p28
The article presents a feature on the growth of portable production in the sound recording industry. The way in which available technologies has expanded the possibilities and quality of remote recording is discussed. The continued development in the portability of recording equipment that allows sound engineers to record outside traditional recording studios is examined. The transformation of the Indre Recording and Production company by founder Michael Comstock into a completely mobile studio is analyzed.


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