October 2012
Electronic Musician;Oct2012, Vol. 28 Issue 10, p32
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The article features three music studio experts Francis Manzella, Chris Pelonis and Peter Grueneisen. Manzella is a former New York City studio engineer who has operated FM Design for more than 25 years. Pelonis operates Pelonis Sound and Acoustics from his home in California. Grueneisen on the other hand is the creative force behind design firms studio bau:ton and nonzero architecture.


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