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Mastering: Art, Perception, Technologies

[Feature] Mastering engineers gathered to discuss the relationship between art, perception, and technology in two workshops held last year at the AES 129th Convention in San Francisco. The first of these, chaired by Michael Romanowski, welcomed an expert panel consisting of Gavin Lurssen, Andrew Mendelson, Joe Palmacio, and Mike Wells.

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JAES Volume 59 Issue 6 pp. 436-440; June 2011
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