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Best way to source mixing engineers?
Old 3rd January 2011
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Best way to source mixing engineers?

Hello all,

Where is there best place to start sourcing for mixing engineers to work with? There are a few names that I would like to try and contact, however, I am not sure where would be the best place to contact them or their agents. I have tried googling some individuals, however, it seems a lot of engineers don't have an official website or point of contact.

Thanks for any advice!
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