Sterling Sound

Verna, Paul
December 2002
Mix;Dec2002, Vol. 26 Issue 13, p20
Features the impressive mastering facilities of Sterling Sound company in New York City. Inclusion of Ted Jensen in the creative staffs of the company; Ability to turn out hit after hit in musical genres ranging from pop to jazz music; Flexibility of the studio.


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