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Michael Fremer Posted: Nov 11, 2014 Published: Nov 10, 2014 2 comments
The Audio Salon In Santa Monica California announced today a Beatles event that sounds fascinating. I'd go if I lived out there.

Michael Fremer Posted: Nov 11, 2014 Published: Nov 10, 2014 6 comments
Cartoon of the Day
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Michael Fremer Posted: Nov 09, 2014 Published: Nov 08, 2014 39 comments
In the Rocky Mountain Wrap Up I wrote about the UNI-DIN curve versus Löfgren but a picture (or a graph in this case prepared by WAM Engineering's Wally Malewicz) is worth a 1000 words.

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Michael Fremer Posted: Nov 07, 2014 13 comments
Dear Mr. Fremer:

My name is Stefania, I am a girl living in Italy - Tuscany - a very small village you have surely never heard of.

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Michael Fremer Posted: Nov 07, 2014 Published: Nov 06, 2014 4 comments
Though the Rocky Mountain Audio Show happened almost a month ago I'm just getting around to a show wrap up. Between the Australia show, coming back with a nasty head cold, and then getting hit with HP's sudden passing, time flew.
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Michael Fremer Posted: Nov 06, 2014 12 comments
The upcoming double 180g LP sets of Love and 1 will be digitally sourced according to mastering engineer Sean Magee.

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Michael Fremer Posted: Nov 06, 2014 Published: Nov 05, 2014 65 comments
Harry Pearson The Absolute Sound's founder and the originator of the term "high end audio" and arguably the industry itself, died November 4th, 2014 at his home in Sea Cliff, NY. He was 77. The cause of death has yet to be determined but most likely he suffered either a stroke or a heart attack. Pearson was in frail health following a series of heart problems and a broken hip suffered after a fall.

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Michael Fremer Posted: Nov 04, 2014 9 comments
Producer Lou Adler, best known by 1969 for co-producing The Monterrey Pop Festival and for producing The Mamas and The Papas on his Dunhill Record label (and that really doesn't begin to cover his comings and goings back then or now) had this idea to re-imagine Bob Dylan's music in a gospel setting.
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Michael Fremer Posted: Nov 04, 2014 6 comments
Either you get The Turtles (originally a dance band called The Crossfires) or you don't. Either you think of them as pop schlockmeisters or you see them as they really were: an adventurous, eclectic and sometimes deep post-Beatles psych/rock band.

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