Lately the work of any artist or music producer in a recording studio has become much easier with new apps for mobile devices developed to simplify the process of recording, mixing and mastering a musical production. Personally, I don't consider myself a user of these new tools, as I've always preferred the classic methods to do all sort of things, but these new apps that have been coming out have certainly helped a number of artists to succeed and get themselves known out there. It is a good thing for creative people that can't afford a session in a studio, but it may be a disadvantage for educated, hard-working engineers with years of experience in a conventional studio whose work may become underrated, in front of the new made-on-an-ipad productions that have been coming out.
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