Stephen Mejias

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Stephen Mejias Posted: Aug 18, 2006 0 comments
Alright, Kristina, before you leave us for your boyfriend and Boston, before you dive into ontology and photography, before you dedicate your days to the books and your nights to the booze, before you lose track of the earth's revolutions — keeping time, instead, with semesters and exams — before all of that and everything else, if, in fact, you do decide you want to fill your spare moments with music — good music, produced with magic — then I've found a few things for you to read. I hope this will help.
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Stephen Mejias Posted: Aug 17, 2006 0 comments
The song title is fitting, considering some of the "miracle tweaks" that exist in the audiophile world.
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Stephen Mejias Posted: Aug 16, 2006 1 comments
While doing some research for our November issue, I found myself clicking around the Bel Canto site, and guess what I discovered:
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Stephen Mejias Posted: Aug 16, 2006 1 comments
Associate publisher, Keith Pray leads a parade of Primedia staffers from the office, down the hall, through the revolving doors, onto Madison Avenue, and into Mulligan's Irish Pub. On his way, he sings out:
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Stephen Mejias Posted: Aug 15, 2006 0 comments
I put this one in so you could hear some of the Cash Brothers in action. It came up in the comments to an earlier blog entry, and was a big reason for wanting to send you this disc. Note: the pop in the beginning is on the CD; maybe something in the master.
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Stephen Mejias Posted: Aug 14, 2006 0 comments
Dear Christian,
Thanks again for taking the time to put together the mix CD, Canadian Music for the Arros. While I knew that it would be arriving soon, I had no idea that you'd include such wonderful liner notes. It was a big surprise, and it put a smile on my face. No small task on a Monday morning.
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Stephen Mejias Posted: Aug 11, 2006 2 comments
Things are quiet now. Kristina's iPod has gone to sleep. Aside from some street noise — a passing siren or a honking horn — the only music in our office comes from the printer. Soon these coarse black and whites will be colorful glossies. These proofs will grow to be the pages you turn.
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Stephen Mejias Posted: Aug 10, 2006 13 comments
I'll have to check with JA to be sure (he remembers these things better than anyone), but I think it was Thursday, August 10, 2000 — exactly six years ago — that I first sat down in front of a computer screen for Stereophile.
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Stephen Mejias Posted: Aug 10, 2006 3 comments
KR: "What the hell did you people do to me?"
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Stephen Mejias Posted: Aug 07, 2006 1 comments
The Tangent Audio AMP-100 and CD-100 cost $350 each.

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