Weiss, David
March 2010
Mix;Mar2010, Vol. 34 Issue 3, p20
The article offers information on the renovation of the Kaleidoscope Sound studio founded by Randy Crafton and Amy Crafton in Union City, New Jersey. It aims to minimize mistakes, down time, and cost overruns as much as possible. It also notes that the owners want the studio to emerge as a place that would be more inviting and acoustically precise. Further details regarding the steps of the renovation are offered.


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