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The Audiophiliac is a podcast for listeners, anyone who really SAVORS the sound of music! You feel music, it's such a big part of your life you search out the best speakers, headphones, amps, turntables, or digital converters you can afford. Then there's your music, analog or digital or live experiences. Some of us are on a journey, one that stretches out over decades, it may never end. The Audiophiliac is here to help!
 
My name is Jamie Lidell and I'm gonna delve into the heady magic of creating music in a modern studio, probe the depths of production, get tech crazy with mixing tricks, studio skills and equipment. I'll be joined by fellow musicians, engineers and all-round audiophiles who kindly share their tips, stories and ingenious insight from the bizarre world of music production. I shall answer questions and seek knowledge from other music makers on a quest to discover how to make things sound RIGHT. ...
 
Bedroom Beethovens is a podcast that breaks down stories with notable music-makers accompanied by songs and melodies, documenting growth through their 10,000 hour journey. Each episode features a musician discussing how they created the music you love, and what they personally sacrificed to make it happen. Hosted and produced by Cello.
 
The Tone Control is a sometimes side-eyed look at the guitar world and making music! We talk about everything good, bad, smart, stupid, and weird about guitar gear and bring it to you every other Monday. You can join our Discord to talk with us and other gear heads at https://discord.gg/H2xTfm6
 
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Audiophile Style

Audiophile Style, LLC

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Audiophile Style is the source for quality over quantity, class over mass, and boutique over big box. With roots in high tech and high fidelity, this is the place for home audio on another level. We discuss HiFi products, concepts, and services. We interview the biggest names in the business and they turn to us when releasing new products. If you like high quality sound, this is the podcast for you.
 
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MD Saiful Islam

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Enjoy amazing audiobooks and audio dramas. Please contact us if you would like to help us with some donation. Currently we are accepting donations! Here is our voice messages link https://anchor.fm/md-saiful-islam/message
 
a dialogue with musicians and industry professionals at all levels as well as the everyday person about our connection to music and sound. discussing the details and the passion that drives us. Music connects us all together as one people. I hope to outline the details Journey by sharing stories, inspirations and a few laughs. Showing that we are truly connected Together through our love and passion for music.
 
ASBMB AudioPhiles is a monthly 'best of' summary which features research highlights from ASBMB journals. Our objective for this series of podcasts is to spotlight articles published in the Journal of Biological Chemistry, as well as other news of interest to biochemists and JBC readers. These include announcements, highlights of JBC Papers of the Week, JBC Classics, JBC Reflections, and JBC Mini Reviews. In the future, we will also be highlighting articles from the Journal of Lipid Research ...
 
One of the roots of Rockabilly and Rock 'N' Roll started in Clovis, New Mexico with Norman Petty. Petty recorded such greats as Buddy Holly, Roy Orbison, Waylon Jennings and The Fireballs. Follow along as the Clovis/Curry County Chamber of Commerce members rebuild, restore, and put into operation original high fidelity analog equipment that was used in that period. The analog/digital Clovis Sounds Studios is being built in the Norman and Vi Petty Rock 'N' Roll Museum in the heart of the east ...
 
RareErth Podcast explores work, creativity and entrepreneurship. Over the years we’ve all found ourselves asking that question, “What am I passionate enough about to take risks for?” RareErth podcast is a collection of insights and conversations with some of those who have heeded their creative spirit or entrepreneurial calling. Learn more at https://www.rareerth.com
 
The industry speaks. Are you listening? AudioStream is a dedicated computer audio and streaming music lifestyle website that reviews everything from the latest in ultra high-end and affordable DACs to amplifiers, preamplifiers, cables, speakers and personal audio products.
 
What kind of mindset does it take to crack the elusive code of the music business? You and I are going to find out! In the Brenton Hund Podcast we will sit down with exceptional individuals and tease out their strategies and stories. These are folks I've met in my decades in the music industry, and they are nothing short of music extremists with strong opinions. I want to know what makes them tick, what fuels their passion, and how they have become who they are. Let's go!
 
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This week, hosts Brent Butterworth and Dennis Burger are joined by their old friend Steve Guttenberg—aka ”The Audiophiliac”—to discuss his recent interview with Professor Edgar Choueiri, the man behind the BACCH-SP Stereo Purifier (4:00 to 20:15). Steve was also kind enough to stick around for the second segment (20:54 to 46:15) to discuss Dolby At…
 
Hello! Jamie again. I caught up with this busy Fred on his current US tour. He’s been busy you ask? Oh yes. I mean so so busy. For one thing he’s penned massive pop numbers with Ed Sheeran, Stormy and other huge acts Did you know that? I mean BIG BIG songs. And YET his mentor and good friend is none other than Brian Eno! Wait.. what? Ah yes, all sh…
 
Do charts of the top singles make sense any more? Support The Next Track. ‌Show notes: Episode #1 – Songs to Albums to Songs The UK Singles Chart is 70. Is it time for it to retire? Top of the Pops Official Charts The Hacienda: The Club That Shook Britain List of UK Singles Chart Christmas number ones Burning Shed Our next tracks: Be Bop Deluxe: Li…
 
Amy and Jay Fisher discuss the restoration and operation of a 1950s-1960s high fidelity analog recording studio. 70 pieces of vintage electronic equipment need care and use to prevent degradation. Rebuilding the tape transport system of an Ampex 350 is detailed, including bearings, retaining pins, the use of heat in assembly and repair. Missing pow…
 
Eric, Grover, Dave and Jameson from the PartTimeAudiophile.com writing staff join The Occasional Podcast to give thier impressions of all the audio gear that was on display at Capital Audiofest 2022 in DC. This episode covers all the showroom highlights and the latest hifi product releases from the East Coast event. Best of show, standout gear and …
 
Amy and Jay Fisher discuss the restoration and operation of a 1950s-1960s high fidelity analog recording studio. Stabilization of top heavy electronic racks is described with possible solutions for stability using doorstops as kickstands. 1950s styling is described. “Power feed” or “mains” terminology and application is covered, comparing industria…
 
New discord stuff 00:06:47 Helix 3.5 update 00:12:02 Pedal Genie 00:36:29 Audience questions 00:38:09 TOTW 01:06:56 Patreon and outro 01:10:54 Nick Greenwood Carson Ricketts Matthew Fenslau Riesenwolf Jamie Evans Doug King Big Daddy Doug Righteous Ryan Johnson Steve Huffman Jonas Sabatini Boostington Brian Gower of the Tone Jerks Podcast MaCo Guita…
 
Interview with Andrew Jones of Mofi Electronics. We visit Andrew Jones' (ELAC/KEF/Pionneer) design office in Beverly Hills to get an exclusive first look at his new Source Point 10 concentric loudspeaker, the first release under the new MoFi Electronics brand. Andrew gives us all the updates on the new monitor-sized two-way and devulges his philoso…
 
Doug and Kirk discuss some new gear for working with audio, immersive audio, and Zoom. Support The Next Track. ‌Show notes: Loupedeck Live Loupdeck CT Griffin PowerMate Hindenburg Focusrite Vocaster Two Descript Monogram Sonos Arc Sonos One Brian Eno: Reflection (It's not 77 Million; it's the simple generative images that are in the iOS app.) Brian…
 
In this week’s first segment (3:54 to 26:09), hosts Brent Butterworth and Dennis Burger dig into a review of the Lavardin ITx20 amp and discuss the manufacturer’s claims about “memory distortion” and how its circuitry eliminates that. This leads to a larger discussion about another big bugbear in the audio industry: the time domain. Next (27:03 to …
 
Terri Lyne Carrington has never once pumped the brakes on developing her creativity and expanding her own professional success. The three-time Grammy winner and NEA Jazz Master has set the bar for contemporary jazz drummers and emerged as an inspiration and role model – particularly for female musicians. Her latest book, "New Standards: 101 Lead Sh…
 
Amy and Jay Fisher discuss the restoration and operation of a 1950s-1960s high fidelity analog recording studio. In this episode, they talk about infrared glow of electron tubes, the Fear Podcast on WINS 1010 Radio, and the comparison of high fidelity in the Clovis Sounds Studio compared with New York Radio sound. Synergistic relationship of all co…
 
Intro and what's new 00:00:00 Mythos Variable Treble Bleed 00:13:59 Pedal Genie 00:31:17 PRS Pedals 00:35:39 Thing of the Week 01:09:14 Patreon and outro 01:20:53 Thank you to our Patrons! Nick Greenwood Carson Ricketts Matthew Fenslau Riesenwolf Jamie Evans Doug King Big Daddy Doug Righteous Ryan Johnson Steve Huffman Jonas Sabatini An Easy Name f…
 
Amy and Jay Fisher discuss the restoration and operation of a 1950s-1960s high fidelity analog recording studio. In this episode, they discuss afternoon podcasts, safety concerns with glowing electrical connections, and “Forward Looking InfraRed” (FLIR Cameras). They are used in scanning for hot electrical connections in high voltage motor controll…
 
Max Tundra is Ben Jacobs A man that was a child that grew up in London. As pointed out on his bandcamp, he went to the same school as Jude Law and a Chemical Brother, but didn’t know them. In this disposable content age, there’s an undeniable urge to go for quantity over quality is there not? The music Ben makes as Max Tundra comes as rarely as a c…
 
An Occasional Podcast Halloween special. What ever happened to Crazy Eddie's chain of electronics stores? In this episode, we explore the rise, fraud and fallout of one of the biggest retail scams that just kept getting bigger and bigger. What started as a small electronics chain grew into 43 stores in four states and an alleged $300 million in sal…
 
In this week’s first segment (3:28 to13:55), hosts Brent Butterworth and Dennis Burger discuss a story about a new Qobuz playlist featuring songs mixed for THX Spatial Audio. The mixes are designed to make the sound from your headphones seem like it’s coming from within the room rather than right in your ears. Does it work? Is it worth your time? A…
 
Amy and Jay Fisher discuss the restoration and operation of a 1950s-1960s high fidelity analog recording studio. In this episode, they detail patch cable jacks and multiple connection cords for microphone feeds, sub-standard mixers, and analog to digital interfaces. They try muting of the piano in control room with blankets to prevent reverberation…
 
🎤 Podcast: anchor.fm/thetonecontrol 🎸 Discord: https://discord.gg/eRrA5ty 💲 Patreon: patreon.com/thetonecontrol The Tone Control is a sometimes side-eyed look at the guitar world and making music! We talk about everything good, bad, smart, stupid, and weird about guitar gear and bring it to you every other Monday. #TheToneControl #podcast Welcome b…
 
Amy and Jay Fisher discuss the restoration and operation of a 1950s-1960s high fidelity analog recording studio. Corrections are presented about previous discussion of LED light firing circuits in the audio studio. Listener input is encouraged. Curious and humorous voice sounds, inflection, timbre, and habits are discussed, and the role of voice in…
 
In a long Washington Post article, Geoff Edgers goes in search of perfect sounding vinyl records. Support The Next Track. ‌Show notes: The Search for the Perfect Sound Better Records The Electric Recording Company Craft Recordings Intervention Records Plangent Process Our next tracks: The Beatles: A Hard Day's Night Herbie Hancock: Future Shock If …
 
In this week’s first segment (7:24 to 22:07), hosts Brent Butterworth and Dennis Burger discuss a new piece by Andrew Heinzman about why he thinks surround sound, Dolby Atmos, and headphone virtualization don’t work for music. There’s some agreement. There’s some disagreement. There might even be some nuance. Who knows? Next (23:00 to 35:56) they d…
 
Interview with legendary speaker designer Andrew Jones of MoFi Electronics. Andrew joins the podcast again to do a deep dive into the design elements of speaker cabinets. His history creating speakers spans the years making iconic hifi from the likes of ELAC, KEF, TAD, Pioneer - just to name a few. In this episode we expore topics like how to get b…
 
Nigel is my kind of producer He has a strong sense of quality, a strong sense of who he is and what potentials artists have to be cultivated and captured. He’s my kind of producer because he gets his hands dirty and doesn’t just act as a fan of the band and take on that guru role but he’s in the trenches, setting up the mics for perfect phase align…
 
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