Cutting Engineer dead wax symbols…
Ever wonder how to tell the difference between different vinyl pressings of your favorite record or what to look for as an indicator of good sound quality in your vinyl. There’s a lot you can learn by looking at the deadwax, that blank area between the last grooves and the label. Here are pictures of some inscribed initials and Continue reading
Just received the new 45 rpm reissue of Witches’ Brew by Classic Records. Can’t wait to get it cleaned and listen!
This record has been a audiophile favorite since it’s first release on the RCA Shaded Dog label. The music is dramatic, making full use of a large orchestra’s color, dynamics and impact. Continue reading
Preparing for this coming meeting on Saturday, July 17, George Flanigan shares some classical music insights with us in his article, Myths about Classical Music… debunked and sometimes confirmed for Hi-Fi Enthusiasts.
YouTube Video: 500 Years of Female Portraits in Western Art, set to music
With music from Bach’s Sarabande from Suite for Solo Cello No. 1 in G Major, BWV 1007 performed by Yo-Yo Ma. A fascinating journey…
I’ve been listening to this marvelous series of Jazz 45 rpm reissues for over a year now. They have been marvelous! The photos on the web site this month come from the Blue Note archives in honor of this great re-issue series and the wonderful music.
Wander through the Music Matters web site for more photos and information.