Who’s the queen diva? Who’s the top dog on stage amongst all female performers working in the last 30 years? This might be her. So reserved, so private, she’s teased us for decades with music and vibe that hits right … Read the rest
I’ve got my DAP that plays everything wonderfully. It’s got expandable storage and prices are low enough that I think it’s time to abandon the iTunes catalog I’ve spent 15 years curating to the smallest size possible and build a … Read the rest
More random reasons to love the PonoPlayer, the more I live with it:
- It has no EQ. Thank you. The mix is perfect, or at least final. You can buy different headphones/speakers, or run an external EQ if you insist,
But of course, why did I ever doubt it?
I worry. More than my cool attitude allows.
I worry about incompetence and greed getting in the way of a good time.
I worried that the high resolution thing would pass … Read the rest
Lofty headline, no?
Music is life. Perhaps we should all play music to each other, that might be a better world.
Instead we developed technology to record the music so we can play it on demand without musicians present.
After … Read the rest
Rip your CD’s again. Do it right this time.
Most of us went through ripping phases where we created gigs of MP3 files and either traded back in our CD’s or hid them in the basement. We’ve been walking around … Read the rest
Steph Curry knows. Kenny Smith knows. Brad Daugherty knows. Steve Kerr knows.
1989-1994: the height of the Jordan years in the NBA – when the best shooter and one of the best overall point guards in the league went without … Read the rest
No tolerance for the singing college kids on the bus. The frat brothers and their sorority dates deserve to be expelled from school. Maybe daddy will stop paying for some of them and they can go to community college and … Read the rest
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Well this is getting interesting. British company Meridian has come up with something that goes beyond just a format or delivery mechanism, and also involves lossy compression, yet it still looks like a potential future audio technology we need to … Read the rest
Yes computer’s seem amazing, but then there’s human’s and the rest of the animal kingdom. Wow.
Human’s ability to process music and lyrics, whether it be creation, memory, or playback is astounding and mysterious.
Certain rare people are called prodigy, … Read the rest