Letters to Mix

Myerberg-Lauter, Gary; Boylan, John; Stanley, Owsley; Bedworth, Nicholas
November 2003
Mix;Nov2003, Vol. 27 Issue 12, p14
Presents letters to the editor commenting on various issues concerning sound engineering, published in the November 2003 issue of the periodical "Mix". Corrections regarding Linda Ronstadt jazz-standards project for Verve Records; Recording for the band; Implications of a crop of 64-bit processors from IBM and Intel for practical recording industry.


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