How Does a Jazz Musician Make It in New York Now? https://www.villagevoice.com/2016/06/21/almost-famous-almost-broke-how-does-a-jazz-musician-make-it-in-new-york-now/?fbclid=IwAR1iCy0I1OL_DY8r-b0RHJue-jFdatl1x2PUJsRdprS3KGgwa_SxSQ2bLs0
Spatial Audio is one of a growing set of terms being used for sound beyond stereo. This discussion comes from Abbey Road Studios. https://www.abbeyroad.com/spatial-audio
By Cookie Marenco Of Blue Coast Records and Music http://www.enjoythemusic.com/magazine/viewpoint/1118/How_To_Do_A_Comparative_Listening_Test.htm
https://www.philips.com/a-w/research/technologies/cd/jewel-case.html http://doodson.co.uk/Peter.html Peter Doodson named it the way he did for two reasons: like a perfect jewel, he thought it was the “virtually perfect” design for a CD case; and because from certain angles, it picked up and reflected light the way a jewel does. The CD Jewel Case has been the worldwide standard package […]
The BSc (Hons) and BMus (Hons) have benn running at the University of Surrey for decades, producing notable and award-winning studio professionals. https://www.surrey.ac.uk/undergraduate/music-and-sound-recording-tonmeister Tonmeister is most often found as a job description in the music and recording industries. It describes a person who is a sound master.
https://www.thedailymash.co.uk/features/i-go-to-gigs-to-hear-myself-talk-not-to-listen-to-the-band-20180126143247?fbclid=IwAR2R8oe7uNy7BGI3sRT3b6S8_5h2XeWJezpcGK6fDbpt5S_IpqSPJdVnM1A https://www.odt.co.nz/regions/queenstown/i-hope-you-enjoyed-your-40-conversation-chatty-concert-goers-frustrate https://www.dolcevitaonline.net/the-10-most-annoying-concert-behaviors.html
Silent Discos Are Not Silent Enough, Residents Of Edinburgh Complain https://www.npr.org/2018/11/27/671151924/silent-discos-are-not-silent-enough-residents-of-edinburgh-complain A silent disco is an event at which people dance to music that is transmitted through wireless headphones rather than played over a speaker system. “the organizers chose to have a silent disco because it eliminates noise complaints”
This is employed in film, theatre, and musicals. Also in music. This from Wikipedia: “In contemporary music business, especially in the production of rock music, ambient music, progressive rock, and similar genres, the record producer and recording engineer play important roles in the creation of the overall sound (or soundscape) of a recording, and less […]
His mega record collection – 70,000 albums in his sound dungeon “music haven” he built his house around – is featured in Adventures in Record Collecting, a book about vinyl records collectors. https://dustandgrooves.com/ahmir-questlove-thompson-philadelphia-pa-an-excerpt/ https://thevinylfactory.com/news/questlove-reveals-the-roots-of-his-record-collection-in-new-memoir/
These guys are bringing the vinyl equivalent of a micro brewery to central Auckland. A retail store and a new pressing machine. EMI closed their plant in 1987. http://www.viva.co.nz/article/culture-travel/holiday-records-vinyl-pressing-auckland-nz/?fbclid=IwAR2L8JJarhUju0XPNtgbpJljeHOBEyVqUfC_-eGLTdZ7PaT3ETPc7PID_sA#.W_uCcHCVvl0.facebook https://www.holidayrecords.com/ Details here: https://www.holidayrecords.com/about
Picked up this today – a Telarc DSD recorded in 1999 using some high-end equipment. There’s some informative sleeve notes placing Riddle among the great post dance band singers. I know many of the song titles, and hearing them as big band ‘pop’ instrumentals in high definition audio will be fun.
It’s Billy Drummond again! https://www.cnet.com/news/can-a-musician-be-a-hardcore-audiophile/ There’s more about him here and here.
Another with audiophile and drummer Billy Drummond https://www.cnet.com/news/do-musicians-care-about-sound-quality/
Billy Drummond is a noted jazz drummer and a friend of Steve Guttenburg. He’s an audiophile. In this video he introduces 13 favourite jazz records, on which the drum sound is outstanding.
Matthew Herbert sets the EU to music! https://www.npr.org/2018/11/24/669942795/matthew-herbert-sets-the-eu-to-music-with-his-brexit-big-band
One benefit of living in a small country is that you get closer to musicians. Many of the albums I find in my crate digging expeditions have signatures on them. Recent examples: Backsliders John Nilsen Wizard & Oz David Lind The Blue Bottom Stompers