I remember the first time I was in a music studio. I was invited by a relative who was a sound engineer. The sound board easily had over a thousand knobs and buttons. Many of them could be controlled by computer algorithms that were part of complex sound engineering software that did not make any sense to me. I did not understand things such as frequency response or the intricacies of sound differences of Mp3s, vinyl records and CDs. It took time at a music production school for me to learn what I needed to know to become a sound engineer for recording artists.
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