Michael Romanowski Mastering

December 2009
Mix;Dec2009, Vol. 33 Issue 12, p8
The article profiles mastering engineer Michael Romanowski in San Francisco Bay Area, California. It mentions that Romanowski was born in Nashville, Tennessee then moved to San Francisco Bay Area in 1994 and worked with his mentors Paul Stubblebine and Phil Brown. Stubblebine and Romanowski set the former Coast Recorders building at 1340 Mission in 2002 into a creative production hub and was assumed by Romanowski in 2004 to house Romanowski Mastering.


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