Monthly Archives: March 2011

Scott’s Guest Blog at The Vinyl District, Weeks 9-10

This week (Week 10) Scott gets deeper into the specs for vinyl set by the RIAA and answers the question “How many grooves are there on a typical record?”

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Downtown Musicians Come Together for Japan

From John Zorn: We are all overwhelmed by the tragic devastation that has been happening in Japan and want to do what we can to help. Please join us.

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Masterdisk Presents: Quorum

Masterdisk presents the Russian neo-progressive rock group Quorum, whose album Klubkin’s Voyage was mastered by Graham Goldman through the Masterdisk Indie program.

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Scott’s Guest Blog at The Vinyl District, Week 8

This week at The Vinyl District, Scott Hull discusses the different ways that vinyl reissues get made, particularly when the original masters are lost.

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Scott’s Guest Blog at The Vinyl District, Week 7

What can make a mild-mannered mastering engineer bend lacquers into a V-shape over his knee in anger? What has thrown many a sane mastering engineer into a foaming stupor? Find out in Week 7 of Scott Hull’s guest blog at The Vinyl District!

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