BLUE DANUBE RECORDS

They say ….. Welcome to the world of black vinyl! In order to not wake wrong hopes, we will deal with an open dock from the beginning: We are on first Place a specialised in classical records. Here however one of best Europe . That was confirmed us by so many far-travelled record customers from […]

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LFD AUDIO: Q/A with Dr. Bews – The battery DiscStage; where does the cost go?

Q: Dr. Bews – your battery DiscStage is your most expensive product. Where does the cost go? A: I actually don’t get the usual manufacturer’s mark up with the Battery DiscStage, since it would become prohibitive in price. There are very expensive parts in the battery DiscStage, i.e. 26 off sealed lead acid batteries, 1W […]

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The Beach Boys – Live In The Eighties (2CD)

Brilliant performances at the Philadelphia Spectrum and The Mall, Washington DC Includes the entire WNEW-FM broadcast, with 6 bonus tracks broadcast on Q107-FM It’s presented here together with background notes and images. The Beach Boys, live at the Philadelphia Spectrum, April 18th 1980 and The Mall, Washington DC on 4th July 1981 Following the turbulent […]

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AMPHION LOUDSPEAKERS: Songs of Norway: From fishing fleets to studio beats – the Studio Nord story

They say: “When I did my first recording as an artist I knew I was going to be doing this a lot and for a very long time,” remembers Fred Endresen – a recording/mix engineer, and owner of Studio Nord in Mosjøen. Please click HERE for the full story  

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Au Revoir Dave Wilson (1944-2018)

Wilson Audio founder, Dave Wilson, 73, died of metastatic bone cancer on Saturday evening, May 26. Dave was receiving hospice care at his Utah home, and took his leave with his beloved wife and partner, Sheryl Lee Wilson, and other family members at his side. Dave’s exit came after he had overseen the 2006 expansion […]

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Emily Dickinson: the poet who offers composers potentially limitless possibilities

Philip Clark celebrates the American poet who was a kindred spirit of the composers she has inspired As an intellectual loner, a disrupter of poetic convention, an instinctual progressive, a sensual philosopher, an obstinate believer in the validity and vitality of her own work, a transformer of small-town 19th-century America into impassionedly passionate poetic visions […]

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Howard Popeck speaks at length to people with interesting things to say: Kea Audio a high-end New Zealand speaker manufacturer: Designer Jo Lang in conversation. Part #1

      Howard Popeck: Hello Jo. At short notice, thank you for taking the time … Jo Lang: I have a bit of time right now so I thought I would respond to your kind invitation. You are as I understand it, that rare individual who is an audiophile maker blogger; am I correct? […]

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