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Michael Fremer Posted: Feb 12, 2016 6 comments
“Too expensive to record to analog tape” we often hear from major label representatives, from producers and from artists. And there are those who don’t think the sonics are better or as good as ProTools.

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Michael Fremer Posted: Feb 11, 2016 Published: Feb 10, 2016 10 comments
Here's a look at the new Roy Orbison The M-G-M Years 1965-1973 Box Set a thirteen LP set that includes all of Roy's long playing records plus a double LP of singles and unreleased tracks.

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Michael Fremer Posted: Feb 11, 2016 Published: Feb 10, 2016 38 comments
The label is called "Analogy Records" but for now it doesn't sell records. It only sells "master tapes".

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Michael Fremer Posted: Feb 10, 2016 Published: Feb 09, 2016 14 comments
The Toronto, Canada based newspaper The Globe and Mail published a story last Thursday February, 4th about a Canadian company that has invented and is building brand new record presses.

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Michael Fremer Posted: Feb 10, 2016 Published: Feb 09, 2016 13 comments
In honor of Dan Hicks, here's "Where's the Money" from the album of the same name, released on Blue Thumb Records (BTS 29) in 1971.
Michael Fremer Posted: Feb 10, 2016 Published: Feb 09, 2016 19 comments
We strive to be factually correct but occasionally make a mistake. A Sundazed representative called to correct a major error and rather than correct it in a tiny box placed inconspicuously on this website, we're putting it here.

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Michael Fremer Posted: Feb 09, 2016 9 comments
Here's more video from Bernie Grundman Mastering, including a tour of head tech Beno May's shop, filled with "cool stuff".
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Michael Fremer Posted: Feb 09, 2016 2 comments
Analogplanet Radio's second pledge week WFDU radio show is now available for streaming. Most of the songs are money and giving-related and of course all were vinyl-sourced..

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Michael Fremer Posted: Feb 09, 2016 Published: Feb 08, 2016 7 comments
SAT tone arm designer Marc Gomez, Air Force turntable designer Mr. Hideaki Nishikawa, Air Force turntable importer Bob Graham and me at the Audio Salon in Santa Monica for two evenings of outstanding vinyl playback on a state of the art audio system.

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Michael Fremer Posted: Feb 06, 2016 37 comments
Groove Note's Ying Tan handed me a surprise at the conclusion of my visit to Bernie Grunman's: a two sided lacquer containing selections from the upcoming Vanessa Fernandez triple 45rpm AAA LP set.

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