The Producers

September 2009
Mix;Sep2009, Vol. 33 Issue 9, p34
The article reports on the production techniques shared by music producers that were featured in Rick Clark's book "Mixing, Recording, and Producing Techniques of the Pros: Insights on Recording Audio for Music, Video, Film, and Games." According to Joe Boyd, digital recording has altered the production industry but, high quality sound should be maintained to achieve a mix of high quality production. Nick Launay has noted that analog is still more preferable than digital recording.


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