Precision and Beyond

Petersen, George
December 2006
Mix;Dec2006, Vol. 30 Issue 12, p10
The author reflects on precision in life and sound recordings. He cites many examples, like craftsmen fulfilling a master architect's blueprint. He comments that finishing touches bring out a higher quality and precision of a product. He emphasizes that top end technical products cannot match the sophistication of a sound engineer's ear. He suggests that professional sound engineers, like specialist doctors, can utilize mastering to bring precision to the sound quality of their recordings.


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