LATEST ADDITIONS

Michael Lavorgna  |  Aug 02, 2017
"This Friday, Stand With Bandcamp in Support of Trans Rights"
Michael Lavorgna  |  Jul 31, 2017
This list of favorites has quite a few favorite female vocalists. It also contains several live albums. There is something special about live albums, where attention is paid to the quality of the recording. I tried to include less known albums of well known artists. I hope you find something new and fun in this list.
Michael Lavorgna  |  Jul 28, 2017
I fell in a groove and I can't get up!
Michael Lavorgna  |  Jul 27, 2017
Professor Edgar Choueiri of Princeton University. photo: Stephen Mejias

Let's tease with some quotes. First from CES 2015, the first time I encountered Bacch 3D:

"One the biggest and most mind-boggling moments of CES 2015 was delivered by Professor (of applied physics) Edgar Choueiri of Princeton University."

"Color me more than wowed and let me state the more-than-obvious—this is ground-breaking technology that I hope we'll see trickle down into more affordable products."

And more recently, from Munich 2017:
Stephen Mejias  |  Jul 26, 2017
There is something in human nature that enjoys a bit of voyeurism, compels ordinary men and women to look into their neighbors’ windows while walking down the street at night, inventing stories of the things that live and happen inside.
Michael Lavorgna  |  Jul 24, 2017
This time around I have assembled a list of audiophile quality jazz from around the world.
Michael Lavorgna  |  Jul 20, 2017
Opto-logic
It means light. Light is used to couple the digital to the analog boards instead of metal/wire so that electrical noise stays away from the analog circuitry where it can do all kinds of harm we can hear. The "A" in DAC stands for Analog which seems to go without saying but some people get stuck on the "D" making the false assumption that digital is "perfect". As perfect as free-range unicorns.
Michael Lavorgna  |  Jul 19, 2017
Barn Update (!) 07.19.17: the stunning dCS Network Bridge has taken up permanent residence in my system. Why? Because I like it. I like it because it lets me get deeper into my music, leaving thoughts of reproduction and the like in the rear-view more so.
Stephen Mejias  |  Jul 18, 2017
On a recent Saturday afternoon at the Rough Trade record store in Brooklyn's colorful Williamsburg neighborhood, musician/author Damon Krukowski and New York Times music columnist Ben Sisario sat before a small crowd of music enthusiasts to discuss Krukowski's book, The New Analog: Listening and Reconnecting in a Digital World.

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