Studio Profile

September 2010
Mix;Sep2010, Vol. 34 Issue 9, p36
The article focuses on V-Music, a full-service turnkey music production house and part of the Velasquez Productions which is owned and operated by producer and engineer Gilbert Velasquez of San Antonio, Texas. It mentions that the V-Music contains equipment used for music production including an Alesis HD24 hard disk recorder. Meanwhile, Velasquez uses an old-school production principle in recording live performances that requires less editing and processing.


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