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Ignoring the Obvious in the Studio

By May 11, 2012No Comments

I want to share this article written by Joe Gilder of for my daily audiophile roundup. He writes that sometimes the answer you are looking for is right in front of your face. Just because there are so many high technology devices available for use, it does not mean you should expect them to do things that cannot be done. Or overlook the handy use the tool does have for you but you cannot see it. You can ask an expert, but do not be too surprised if the answer they give you is one that you could have figured out for yourself.

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Ignoring the Obvious


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