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Day 6: Perseverance

Today was another day of straight mixing. We worked on three songs for six hours, two hours per song. My third day of mixing, however, was not as bad as it has been before. 220 more words

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Day 5: Slow Days at the Studio

When there is a project that drags on for a while, it is always a good idea to find interesting things to do on the side to keep your mind clear, especially when it could last all week. 213 more words

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Day 4: Mixing It Up

Today, there was a lot to do, but it was all more or less the same. There were three projects lined up that involved the mixing process. 263 more words

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Day 3: Working My Way Up

Yesterday, we had only transferred music from two reels of tape onto the computer, and there was one more reel to transfer. As soon as I came in, we began putting the songs on tape to the computer. 316 more words

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Day 2: Connecting Old to New

A band was scheduled to record today, but they cancelled at the last minute, and so we had to switch gears to another project that Jim had lined up. 312 more words

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Day 1: A Discussion of Sound

Like any good rock star, I had a late morning, going into the studio at 10 am. The first day at the studio in Jim’s words was a “year full of information” packed into one full day. 287 more words

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Sounds Like Teen Spirit

I will be working at Waterworks Recording Studio in Tucson, studying how music is recorded in a professional setting. Waterworks Recording Studio is a prestigious recording studio that has worked with famous bands such as Sonic Youth to record high quality albums. 86 more words

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