Dr. AIX's POSTS — 25 August 2013

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I enjoy hearing from readers. As you might expect, I get a lot of email from audiophiles, engineers and other writers. It’s another Sunday and I’ve got to clear out yet another room here at the studio for a tenant that is headed in next weekend. I’ve been trying to throw out old equipment and other clutter…but it’s hard.

I’d like to share a few emails that I received over the past few weeks:

“My first 2 AIX Blu-rays have now arrived (Albert Lee & Goldberg variations) and the sound quality is truly magnificent, when watching the video content as well it’s like you’re in the studio with the musicians, seems very personal, if that makes sense, even on my 2 ch. Set-up. I played both twice all evening and into the night, I couldn’t drag myself away from it. I will be ordering a couple more next week.” Martin

“Well, I have to say those files are the cleanest, most articulate audio I’ve heard in a long time and I was able to turn up the volume a bit as I suppose it has no compression or EQ at all so everything has a greater swing of range from low to high. Very well recorded and I really liked the Latin Jazz trio as it had a lot of very clean and crisp high end and imaging floating around though everything was well done and sounded great, just some of it isn’t my kind of music.” Terry

“Hi Mark, I received my first order early this week and took them to a friends place who didn’t let me bring them home. He is my surgeon, operated on me more than 9 times and has kept me alive, so I left the DVD’s behind with a good deal of pleasure. Any samplers that you can include are greatly appreciated. I can understand that you must have a huge following, you have two more Aussie’s on that list.” Terence

“This is my first AIX release. These are great musicians captured on a great recording with video to match. Bravo!” Robert

“I first listened to your recording in 96/24. I found it to be crisp and clear, I can clearly distinguish all instruments when I concentrate on a specific one. The sound of instruments is well rounded and pleasing to my ears. Also, I could not hear any noise at all. It simply sounded wonderful to me.” Oliver

Who doesn’t like to get positive feedback on one’s efforts. I want to thank those of you who took the time to download the files and write with your thoughts. How could I stop doing what I do, when I know that there are lots of AIX fans waiting for the next release.

Thanks again and please keep your comments coming.

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Dr. AIX

Mark Waldrep, aka Dr. AIX, has been producing and engineering music for over 40 years. He learned electronics as a teenager from his HAM radio father while learning to play the guitar. Mark received the first doctorate in music composition from UCLA in 1986 for a "binaural" electronic music composition. Other advanced degrees include an MS in computer science, an MFA/MA in music, BM in music and a BA in art. As an engineer and producer, Mark has worked on projects for the Rolling Stones, 311, Tool, KISS, Blink 182, Blues Traveler, Britney Spears, the San Francisco Symphony, The Dover Quartet, Willie Nelson, Paul Williams, The Allman Brothers, Bad Company and many more. Dr. Waldrep has been an innovator when it comes to multimedia and music. He created the first enhanced CDs in the 90s, the first DVD-Videos released in the U.S., the first web-connected DVD, the first DVD-Audio title, the first music Blu-ray disc and the first 3D Music Album. Additionally, he launched the first High Definition Music Download site in 2007 called iTrax.com. A frequency speaker at audio events, author of numerous articles, Dr. Waldrep is currently writing a book on the production and reproduction of high-end music called, "High-End Audio: A Practical Guide to Production and Playback". The book should be completed in the fall of 2013.

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