Chris Lord Alge's Mix L.A

Droney, Maureen
October 2010
Mix;Oct2010, Vol. 34 Issue 10, p10
Several excerpts from an interview with mixer Chris Lord-Alge regarding his recording studio, music production and the use of Sony 3348 digital tape machine are presented.


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