Share Remembering her Life from Dean Rusling I first met Glenys about 25 years ago; she rocked into the Foundry one day with a job to do for her and that was the start of many adventures with her Work. At that time she was a client but as the years went on, like a lot of my Clients, we became friends, except I feel Glenys had become a best friend. She had spent 20 years entwining herself within the fabric of the Foundry, my family, my kids and my grandkids. For years she worked for Brisbane Council in the Land and Parks I think it was and then around stopped work to be a full time carer for her very sick Mum.
I had the pleasure of meeting him the first time about five years ago when I toured the Focal factory, with my friend John Bevier. After business hours, he was.
Every time I saw him at a hifi show, no matter how busy, he always took the time to come over my way and give me a big hug. Even though I am a relative newcomer to this industry, he always inquired to how I was doing. September 18, Cleaning the closets a bit today, I ran across the first issue of The Absolute Sound.
From Sping of I used to look at the mighty Phase Linear amplifier on the shelf, with its gigantic, glowing, power output meters in the mall at Schaak Electronics and wonder what it would be like to have that much power.
But I was fortunate enough to work for both of them, and I learned something from each. I even owned a couple of Phase Linear amplifiers over the years. And no, they never burst into flames.
Harry Pearson influenced me, with his obsessive quest for great sound, and his methodology influenced my approach at TONE, especially that of having a reference system where one and only one component was swapped at a time. If you had the good fortune to encounter Mr.
Pearson, you know he was a wild dog, in the best sense of the term. Certainly, tons of turntables, cartridges and phono preamplifiers are being produced as well. So is the sky falling or is it not? As inconvenient as records and tapes were, the CD was really produced as a stopgap to all the piracy that was going on.
After a major resurgence, vinyl is probably going to wind down a bit. While most of the audiophile remasters are still being done with great care, a lot of what the remaining major labels are kicking out is definitely sub par.
And even the reissues are less than adventuresome in the choices being made.
The bad news is that you are going to pay dearly for it. All of this supply and demand stuff is what it is. Will vinyl keep rolling merrily along? I hope so, but I hope that we can see a little bit more attention paid to quality, instead of just banging it out.
They had me with the Carfox as badass thing. But this is not a movie review. TONE contributor Paul DeMara also a mega cassette enthusiast and I seemed to have the same epiphany to get our hands on the movie soundtracks practically the same day.
Certainly reflective of what might have been on one of my mix tapes back in the day. The sound quality sucks on the cassette version. Considering how much trouble it was to get rights released on something like this, why not go the extra mile and make it sound good? Bernie Grundman is credited with the mastering job, so maybe the LP version sounds good.
Breaking out the Nakamichi II right now and a pile of vinyl. That was December of The Haunting of Cabin Green: A Modern Gothic Horror Novel - Kindle edition by April A. Taylor. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.
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