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dublab and Your Mom's Agency present a mini series of four Arts x Music x New Tech podcasts featuring educational talks by EXP__ mentors and introduced by Häana, in partnership with BULK in Detroit and under the patronage of Wunderbar Together. In this first episode, you will learn about mastering, mixing, and re-mixing with Tokyo-based producer XLII, and get to hear some music he has produced, plus the intro track by Simonne Jones. For more info on the music exchange platform EXP__ join the Facebook group and stay posted for the next episode of our series. Edited by Bennett Shaeffer at dublab Studios.

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