More complicated than I thought I understood! https://www.taxi.com/transmitter/how-does-the-music-industry-work.html?fbclid=IwAR3Cm-Y5rb_t8NFr9zj76rICc69dTf__3Gx6DTDtgEGj_598Xlg6h2rAsXM Advertisements
https://audiophilestyle.com/ca/bits-and-bytes/the-audio-value-proposition-special-topic-downsize-to-upgrade-r822/ The other post on value and values is here.
Which records to buy? Expensive reissues of questionable origin, or genuine originals for a few dollars. New isn’t always or necessarily better. https://audiophilereview.com/audiophile-news/vinyl-collector-disconnect-are-you-an-audiophile-fussbudget.html
Down here, Spring officially begins 23rd September. Yet here I was on a rainy day with a damp cleaning cloth in my hand. It all started with the latest Windows 10 update (1903). Several times now the update has been downloaded, but installation has failed. I’m a dedicated computer audio user, with a long track […]
In full record rescue mode yesterday, I pulled nine interesting LPs from the record giveaway at our nearby re-use shop. This 1985 Teldec digital recording (WT 9438) is in great condition, and the most curious. The 12 cellists of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra have been active since 1972. https://www.die12cellisten.de/en/home The World Record Club sold records […]
“I’ve begun to feel that my rabid consumption of music, when coupled with the unprecedented access encouraged by new technology, has endangered my ability to process it critically.” And, by the way, I do have about ten albums that are my ‘go-to’ references, including when auditioning equipment for review. https://www.npr.org/sections/therecord/2018/01/16/578216674/too-much-music-a-failed-experiment-in-dedicated-listening?utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=nprmusic&utm_term=music&utm_source=facebook.com&fbclid=IwAR2J82Z2CdAZCmdXbFHCmItagog3y1H7uUWlh79WkSGK5exe146iSjbQYmQ Just as I had posted […]
“A window into a person’s entire life”: We interview the man who photographs the world’s greatest record collections