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Does anyone on Sputnik have a job or career in the audio/music rindustry? Or doing music-promotion? Or hell, have any of ya'll released rany music that's somewhat known? I'm working at a post-production rstudio in the Metro-Detroit area, and I love it. I know lots of us here are rhome-studio gurus, and I'm with you, I'm just intrigued to see if anyone rhere gets to work with audio as a profession. List is albums that have rproduction that I'm particularly fond of.
1Cult of Luna
Somewhere Along the Highway

This is beauty and destruction at its finest, and that is really aided by the fantastic and fitting production.
From Mars to Sirius

This one may just be a personal preference, but the guitars are managed very well here.
Through Silver in Blood

Density, personified. Breathtaking and heart-pounding, and that would all be lost without the great production.

mhmmmhmmmhmmhmmhmmm tasty
5The Dillinger Escape Plan
Miss Machine

A vast improvement from Calculating Infinity (which I still did kind of enjoy the raw sound of), which really captures the
atmospheric and experimental passages as well as the noodly, schizo hardcore parts equally as well.
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