Learning and...Re-learning

Petersen, George
November 2002
Mix;Nov2002, Vol. 26 Issue 12, p8
Discusses the impact of creative expression in the profession of sound mixing. Ability of Geoff Emrick to break the molds and constraints of traditional studio mixing; Impact of knowing when to apply the correct mixing techniques on capturing the essence of the sound track; Importance of understanding the rules and limitations of the medium; Potential of sound manipulation with high-resolution systems.


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