Bruce Springsteen

Schultz, Barbara
December 2010
Mix;Dec2010, Vol. 34 Issue 12, p25
The article offers information on the editing work in the double album "The Promise," by Bruce Springsteen. It says that sound mixing engineer Bob Clearmountain mixes the tracks and the recorded concert of Springsteen with Pro Tools digital audio workstation platform transfers the analog tracks. It notes that the aim is to preserve the sound and vibe of the original recordings while giving the songs the vibrancy that current audio technology has to offer.


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