Monthly Archive: October 2015
Two New Hi-Res TEAC Components; Pioneer Hi-Res Audio Portable; Object-Based Audio Items at CEDIA; Cirrus Logic Breaks the Platform Model …
October 30, 2015/ Audio News/
Charles Gerhardt's classic collection of music by Bernard Herrmann makes a very welcome return.
Another slightly outrageous but entertaining piece from this unique composer.
An interesting post-apocalyptical sci-fi film made originally in ten pieces for the Internet by drone fans.
A highly recommended part of the cream of Hollywood music history.
Three composers saddle up to ride Neruda’s always attractive and very tricky poetry.
Technicolor to Reintroduce RCA Brand to Millennials; Consumer Perception of Microsoft’s CE products on the Upswing; Classical News; New Plex …
Anatole Fistoulari receives star treatment as an accompanying conductor of two virtuosic concertos by Armenian Aram Khachaturian.
The polished relationship between composer Stokowski and composer Sibelius finds revived interest in the Violin Concerto.
Dinosaurs run after people. People run for cover. in 3D.