October, 2015

Signal Flow First

The demo session in Mainz took place in a relatively reverberant performance space. The jazz quartet was arranged on the raised stage at the front. I described my microphone choices and the placement of the 16 [...]

A High-Resolution Session In Mainz

After the early presentation and demonstrations at the Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz audio studio and lunch break, we setup a recording session in the large concert space at the school. The hall had a small stage with [...]

Training Audio Engineers – Part I

Training Audio Engineers Things were a bit chaotic yesterday. My day started early in the morning in Zürich and ended in Paris around midnight with the majority of the day in Mainz at the Johannes Gutenberg-Universität [...]

Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz Presentation

I’m on the ICE train to Frankfurt, Germany as I write this…and I’m on the train that left Basel, Switzerland an hour after the one that I was supposed to be on. I would love to [...]

B&W The New 800s

I’ve been a fan of B&W speakers for a very long time. All of my recordings have been monitored and mixed using a matched set of B&W 801 Matrix IIIs, a very old set of speakers [...]

Hello From Zurich

That’s right, yesterday (and all night) was a travel day. The close of the Kickstarter campaign has come and gone…I watched the timer count down to zero on Wednesday morning closing out a very intense 30 [...]

Kickstarter Campaign Nears Close and A Road Trip

Until you try your own Kickstarter campaign, it’s impossible to express how crazy things can get during the different phases of a project. With only 18 hours to go, the number of backers continues to creep [...]

The Kickstarter Ride Is Almost Over

This is probably the last chance I’ll get to pitch to any hold out readers about the Kickstarter campaign for “Music and Audio: A User Guide To Better Sound”. It’s been an amazing ride. The whole [...]

Parsing Pono Speak

I was interviewed on Leo LaPorte’s “Triangulation” podcast show back in September. We talked about a variety of things including the Kickstarter campaign for the “Music and Audio” guide, high-resolution audio|music, and Pono. It was not [...]

And Hi-Res Sound Makes Three!

Yesterday I clicked on a FB link to a recent JAS meeting where Robert Stuart of MQA and Meridian had apparently just given a presentation. You may remember that the Japan Audio Society is the group [...]