John Greenham

July 2010
Mix;Jul2010, Vol. 34 Issue 7, p38
An interview with mastering engineer John Greenham is presented. When asked on what made him decide to become a part of the 1340 Mission recording studio, he says that it is fun working with the studio and he loved its line of work. He states that he discourages artists on relying to the loudness of their music in order to be appreciated by the public. Moreover, he tells that as a mastering engineer, he learned that making records is a continuous learning process.


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