I first found ana(dia)log via The Walkman Archive blog, even if sometimes I don't agree with this Italian gentleman I felt the need to reach out to him privately and interview him. We both share a deep love for music and in that we agree in most things. I'm without a doubt someone who enjoys the digital … Continue reading Audio Enthusiasts – ana(dia)log.
If you are a stressed commuter, the tree in the photo will make you curse specially in rainy days. Not only it hides the time of arrival panel but also the incoming bus. Now let's say there's an car accident and the same tree saves the lives of the commuters, will they still hate the … Continue reading Audiophile hype is necessary.
Last week I was on my way home and there was a book fair on the subway, I usually don’t have the time to visit discount fairs but that afternoon I was in a good mood, I asked the store clerk if they had books about music, she presented me with this lovely almost 4cm … Continue reading New book for my colection.
Rob Leroy is a engineer by trade, this means he has a professional insight about audio that only professionals have and its something that shows in his own writings. I really respect his words so this interview was a true joy to make. Btw Rob your Pioneer gear is a beauty, they don’t make them … Continue reading Audio Enthusiasts – Rob Leroy – RF engineer.
Hi there! Thanks, its always nice to have some feedback! 🙂 About my stance on the neverending digital vs analog sound wars, I enjoy digital sound….I shall now put my shootgun over the shoulder and wait for the analog lovers! XD Let them come! In a more serious way I think (and I said this … Continue reading Hello! What is your stance on the digital vs analog sound? Also, I totally agree with you in the fancy cables, conductivity is conductivity. Good reads though. Thanks!
The other day I read somewhere that vinyl sales are on the rise again, people are buying more and more records and the amazing fact is that the buyers all mostly young people. In a Mp3 and file sharing world young people are actually buying big, not practical records of old days, but why? My … Continue reading Vinyl resurgence, because people want beautiful stuff.
Audio CDs are old digital technology, in fact more than 30 years have passed since the first CD players hit the market. Most audiophiles live by the vinyl analog motto; “digital sucks la la la”. Digital did suck, audio mastering methods of the first audio CDs were based in vinyl and most audio engineers didn't know how to work with the new digital medium. Join … Continue reading The CD bashing and vinyl fanboys.