Ear School

Petersen, George
February 2006
Mix;Feb2006, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p10
The article provides an update related to the sound recording industry in the U.S. Some breakthrough arrives and the learning process starts all over again in sound recordings. Sound engineers are learning basic session etiquette related to overload digital inputs and phantom powered condenser microphone. There are plenty of good monitors available with an accurate listening system.


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