Serenade: the 1996 Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival CD Who Was Who, What Was When, What Was What

Sidebar 2: Who Was Who, What Was When, What Was What

Producer/Musical Director: Heiichiro Ohyama
Production/Engineering/Editing: John Atkinson
Executive Director, Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival: Erich A. Vollmer
Executive Producer: Gretchen Grogan
Assistant Engineer: Wes Phillips
Road Manager: David Hendrick
Piano Technician: Michael Blackwell
Booklet notes: Eric Bromberger, John Atkinson, Wes Phillips
Booklet illustrations: Janice St. Marie
Booklet Design: Suey Surprise

Recorded at St. Francis Auditorium, Museum of Fine Arts, Santa Fe, New Mexico, July 30-31, 1995 (Brahms) and July 27-28, 1996 (Mozart/Dvorák)

Recording equipment: two Brüel & Kjaer 4006 ½" omnidirectional microphones with (diffuse-field) nose-cone grids; two Brüel & Kjaer 4011 ½" cardioid microphones; Forssell M1 tube microphone preamplifier (Mozart/Dvorák); Manley Reference 20-bit A/D converter (Mozart/Dvorák); Sonic Frontiers UltraJitterbug (Mozart/Dvorák); Nagra-D open-reel, 4-track, 20-bit digital tape recorder; Ampex 467 tape; Dorrough AES/EBU level meter; Cardas 300B, AudioQuest Lapis, and Beyerdynamic balanced microphone cables; Canare and Illuminati AES/EBU cables.

CD master prepared and edited with 24-bit resolution using the Sonic Solutions CD pre-mastering System; redithered to 16-bit resolution using the Meridian 518 Mastering Converter.

Special thanks to: Audio Power Industries, B&W, Digital Domain, Genesis Technologies, HeadRoom, Illuminati, Madrigal Audio Laboratories, Meridian, Sennheiser, Sonic Frontiers, and Stax, whose components were used in the monitoring and editing.

The Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival acknowledges El Paso Natural Gas, whose generous support helped make this recording possible.

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