Bob Ludwig

Jones, Sarah
December 2008
Mix;Dec2008, Vol. 32 Issue 13, p112
An interview with Bob Ludwig is presented. He states that he considers the albums "Led Zeppelin II" and "Houses of the Holy" as fine examples of vinyl projects. He underscores how essential it is to bring musical perspective to mastering or sound engineering. He also reflects on changing technologies in music production.


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