Mick Guzauski: Ears of Gold and Grammys to Match

Becka, Kevin
June 2006
Mix;Jun2006, Vol. 30 Issue 6, p46
The article presents an interview with Mick Guzauski, a sound engineer and mixer in the music recording industry. When asked about the evolution of his career in recording industry, he was proud to say that he has been involved in various successful projects like pop female ballads, and has mixed Eric Clapton's reunion album. He compares the problems of the old days to nowadays in terms of technology. He also discussed rapid changes of technology in sound recording.


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