Taking It to The Next Level

June 2011
Pro Sound News;Jun2011, Vol. 33 Issue 6, p22
The article presents information about the Tucson, Arizona-based recording and multimedia facility Allusion Studios, owned by Jim Pavett. Allusion's continued success helped in the recent renovation and upgradation of the facility. Pavett says that customer service is the most important factor in winning customers.


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