December 2015
Electronic Musician;Dec2015, Vol. 31 Issue 12, p74
Trade Publication
An interview with engineer, inventor, and producer Tony Bongiovi is presented. Topics discussed include the change in the business name of the recording studio Power Station Studios to Avatar Studios, the sound recordings management, and the Digital Power Station (DPS) technology. Also mentioned are the importance of technology in music recordings and the music recording technique.


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