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Audio Recording for Profit by David Goggin, Chris Stone

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Attracting the Mix: Music Producers and Audio Engineers

All of us who currently own or have previously owned recording facilities can usually agree about which studios are on the “A” list for mixing the project. Mixing is generally considered the most important phase of a project and sometimes commands up to 40 percent of the project budget. It is generally done at a different studio than the one used for the recording of the project. The top contenders for mixing are the studios with the latest and most widely sought-after equipment, location, creative environment, bright staff, and let's not forget that all important Client List.

It's common knowledge that anyone can buy equipment and build a room to put it in, but very few studios are famous ...

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