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Schultz, Barbara
November 2009
Mix;Nov2009, Vol. 33 Issue 11, p16
The article profiles Jesse Lauter, one of three partners in Axis Sound, in New York in 2009. Lauter really started his engineering career before entering at the New York University (NYU). Lauter worked at ZAC Recording as a second in his hometown of Atlanta before he earns his admission to the Clive Department in 2005. Lauter tracked a whole album for country-soul group "The Woes," while he was in school.


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