This could be very interesting, if it happens, and at a reasonable price https://pitchfork.com/news/high-definition-vinyl-is-happening-possibly-as-early-as-next-year/ https://www.whathifi.com/news/high-definition-vinyl-coming-soon-to-turntable-near-you
From the days before stereo was boring, when high fidelity reproduction of recorded music was an aspiration (issued 1972). Instrument placement and motion was manipulated with a sense of excitement. Music presentation was an experience.
Since I began collecting records in 1972, I’ve never catalogued them. I now have 13.3 metres of shelving filled with albums, and have finally committed to listing them and putting them in order. I considered using an app or Discogs, but have realised that keeping it simple with a spreadsheet will be adequate, so I […]
Do you have a “Great Midrange”? If so, why? This piece eloquently squashes the peculiar idea that your music system can be talked of sensibly in such language. I prefer realism and immersion and engagement. https://wp.me/p4UOGf-29n
I discovered this magical guitar player today when I stumbled on one of his albums. And I love that guitar! You can see and hear him play at Placita de la Seu in Barcelona, on YouTube …. http://gabysellanes.com/index.html http://www.musicsense.org/album1211319-The-Music-of-Montjuic.htm https://soominryu.wordpress.com/2013/12/14/barcelona-spain-montjuic/
Recent new members of my music library: Brilleaux B-Side Band Steve Cook Judith Durham Extrapolation Stuart O’Connor George Paul Wizard & Oz
Outstanding and (almost) unintended live album from the historic Masonic Tavern, Davenport, Auckland, 2011. Superb selection of songs, performance, and sound quality. http://www.jazz-blues.co.nz/node/294 The venue has since been converted to apartments.