New technology is being blamed for the closure of RG Jones, one of the oldest independent music recording studios in the UK.
Studio manager and chief engineer Jerry Kitchingham believes the demise of the company, whose clients have included Cliff Richard, A-Ha and Another Level, reflects the state of the industry. "Every year the client list has been getting a little smaller. It's tough for studios like us to survive. With home recording taking off, and the improvement of technology, ...
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