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Lou Pallo’s “Thank You Les” Gets a 10 for Sound at Analog Planet

Michael Fremer at Analog Planet gave Lou Pallo’s “Thank You Les – A Tribute To Les Paul” vinyl a “9″ for musical content and a “10″ for sound in his recent review. Here’s what Michael had to say: “The production was all-analog on vintage tube gear that warmed up the CD reviewed here a few […]

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Don Muro “It’s Time” Reissue Remastered by Alex DeTurk

Coming October 8th, 2013 Limited edition of 500 LPs “Most lost-classic reissues fit snugly into genre ghettos, but Don Muro’s 1977 masterpiece ‘It’s Time’ defies even our precise 21st-century methods of classification. Rock, funk, synth-pop, disco, ambient, space-age: nothing suffices. It’s funny, it’s solemn, it’s light, it’s shady, it’s sly, it’s earnest, and it’s none […]

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Ask the Engineer with Scott Hull: How Much Music Fits on an LP Side PART 2

Last time we cut mono test tones and found out how big a difference a little bit of level can make on the duration of an LP side. So let’s now look at a typical rock program. For our example this music is compressed — something like a classic Rolling Stones record — but not […]

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Our Tzadik Dreamers Winner

Back in September, thanks to John Zorn and the good folks at Tzadik, we gave away a copy of the wonderful Dreamers LP which was mastered by Scott Hull and cut here by Scott and Alex DeTurk. Here it is with our winner María Fernanda.

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Getting the Most Out of Your Medium: Mastering for Vinyl in the Digital Age, Part 2

In part 2 of Alex DeTurk’s Getting the Most Out of Your Medium: Mastering for Vinyl in the Digital Age, the session moves from the mastering room into the lathe room, where the particulars of disc cutting begin.

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