The New Demo

Petersen, George
July 2005
Mix;Jul2005, Vol. 29 Issue 8, p10
Comments on the emergence of modern technologies that enable aspiring artists to produce quality demo recordings. Concerns over the danger of overproduction; Limitation of the wall of sound technique; Common defects in demos and/or rough mixes.


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