David Hewitt

Jackson, Blair
September 2006
Mix;Sep2006, Vol. 30 Issue 9, p26
This article presents an interview with David Hewitt, the Technical Excellence & Creativity awards Hall of Fame inductee. When asked how he got involved in audio, he states that he was a frustrated musician, and that is how he got into the sound recording business. He opines that audio is one of the many elements in music and he wants it to be the best, because he cares and loves music.


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