George Augspurger

Petersen, George
June 2009
Mix;Jun2009, Vol. 33 Issue 6, p104
An interview with George Augspurger, studio designer and founder of Perception Inc., is presented. When asked about some of his projects, he refers to a number of small studio projects in the U.S. and Brazil. He reveals that Studio 1 control room at Sunset Sound is one of his favorite rooms he had made. He suggests that small studios should have enough space to experiment with the proper location of console and speaker to produce audible sounds.


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