Stereophile's Writers on an Audio Quest

One Saturday afternoon in August 1990, a number of Stereophile's writers—John Atkinson, Arnis Balgalvis, Robert Deutsch, Larry Greenhill, Robert Harley, J. Gordon Holt, Richard Lehnert, Guy Lemcoe, Lewis Lipnick, Peter Mitchell, Tom Norton, Dick Olsher, Don Scott, and Bill Sommerwerck—gathered together in the magazine's Santa Fe, NM listening room to discuss the "Recommended Components" listing that was due to appear in the October 1990 issue. To add a little Tabasco to the proceedings, JA had invited AudioQuest's main man Bill Low (above) to give a short talk on whatever subject was uppermost in his mind that weekend, to be followed by an open discussion.
Sun, 02/10/1991

Why Hi-Fi Experts Disagree Page 3

Dateline: late August 1989. The scene: my palatial office in the Stereophile Tower. Present were the magazine's official technowizard Robert Harley, Circulation Kahuna Michael Harvey, and myself. The subject under discussion was the program for the Stereophile Test CD, launched in this issue, and Bob had been dazzling Michael and myself with a description of the sophisticated signal-processing power offered by the Digidesign Sound Tools music editing system with which he had outfitted his Macintosh IIX computer. (He had to fit it with a 600-megabyte hard-disk drive!) "It'll even do edits as crossfades as well as butt joins," enthused Bob. "Let me tell you about the crossfade I once did when editing a drum solo for a CD master that lasted ten seconds..."
Sun, 02/04/1990

Why Hi-Fi Experts Disagree Page 2

Dateline: late August 1989. The scene: my palatial office in the Stereophile Tower. Present were the magazine's official technowizard Robert Harley, Circulation Kahuna Michael Harvey, and myself. The subject under discussion was the program for the Stereophile Test CD, launched in this issue, and Bob had been dazzling Michael and myself with a description of the sophisticated signal-processing power offered by the Digidesign Sound Tools music editing system with which he had outfitted his Macintosh IIX computer. (He had to fit it with a 600-megabyte hard-disk drive!) "It'll even do edits as crossfades as well as butt joins," enthused Bob. "Let me tell you about the crossfade I once did when editing a drum solo for a CD master that lasted ten seconds..."
Sun, 02/04/1990

Why Hi-Fi Experts Disagree

Dateline: late August 1989. The scene: my palatial office in the Stereophile Tower. Present were the magazine's official technowizard Robert Harley, Circulation Kahuna Michael Harvey, and myself. The subject under discussion was the program for the Stereophile Test CD, launched in this issue, and Bob had been dazzling Michael and myself with a description of the sophisticated signal-processing power offered by the Digidesign Sound Tools music editing system with which he had outfitted his Macintosh IIX computer. (He had to fit it with a 600-megabyte hard-disk drive!) "It'll even do edits as crossfades as well as butt joins," enthused Bob. "Let me tell you about the crossfade I once did when editing a drum solo for a CD master that lasted ten seconds..."
Fri, 02/01/1963

Intermezzo: The Santa Barbara Sessions Larry Archibald on the Sessions

The justification of art is the internal combustion it ignites in the hearts of men.—Glenn Gould
Mon, 02/04/1991

Intermezzo: The Santa Barbara Sessions Letter

The justification of art is the internal combustion it ignites in the hearts of men.—Glenn Gould
Mon, 02/04/1991

Intermezzo: The Santa Barbara Sessions Who Was Who & What was What?

The justification of art is the internal combustion it ignites in the hearts of men.—Glenn Gould
Mon, 02/04/1991

Intermezzo: The Santa Barbara Sessions JA on the sound

The justification of art is the internal combustion it ignites in the hearts of men.—Glenn Gould
Mon, 02/04/1991

Intermezzo: The Santa Barbara Sessions TJN on Robert Silverman

The justification of art is the internal combustion it ignites in the hearts of men.—Glenn Gould
Mon, 02/04/1991

Intermezzo: The Santa Barbara Sessions Denis Stevens on the Music

The justification of art is the internal combustion it ignites in the hearts of men.—Glenn Gould
Mon, 02/04/1991

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