Bruce Swedien

Petersen, George
November 2008
Mix;Nov2008, Vol. 32 Issue 12, p128
The article presents an interview with Bruce Swedien, a sound engineer who completed his first outing as a music producer with the album titled "Road With No Signs" by the band Garneau. It includes background information on Swedien and his career as a music producer, as well as his views on his transition from sound engineer to music producer.


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