February 2002
Mix;Feb2002, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p159
Presents an update related to the sound recording industry in metropolitan New York as of February 1, 2002. Highlights of the 11th Audio Engineering Society Convention; Participants of the convention; Activities and programs organized; Information on the Soul Tech Marketing, a digital audio software firm founded by entrepreneur Eric Klein;


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