MIXING In a Pro Tools World

Jackson, Blair
May 2002
Mix;May2002, Vol. 26 Issue 6, p30
Interviews sound engineers and their views about how the job of mixing has been affected by the profusion of Digidesign's Pro Tools projects. Dave Pensado, a rhythm and blues and pop mixer; Bob Brockman; Jack Joseph Puig; Nick Launay.


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