I still find it ludicrous to believe that something we finished recording in under three hours, which included, in this case, opening a church, booting up a digital mixer*, turning on enough lights to bathe the church in a the sort of warm glow not unlike the Mysore palace at night, and then of course, […]Read More THE UNIVERSAL LANGUAGE – IDHO MANIDHARGAL
By way of recap then, if it is going to be nigh on impossible to recreate what the artist and / or the recording engineer heard, or intended us to hear, what exactly have we, or in fact, audiophile industries and engineers been doing? Are high-end audio equipment nothing but a farce? Have we been […]Read More My experiments with sound… the conundrum (Part II)
A detailed analysis on how we perceive sound and music (part I)Read More My experiments with sound… the conundrum (Part I)
…And we’ve finally done it! Three hours that include planning and setting up the Nikon D5500*, re-arranging the living room, trying to think about what I should say and probably more importantly, what I shouldn’t, and a few takes later, we have some fifteen minutes of usable video, and then lunch and a few hours […]Read More My first music tutorial!
When I originally conceived this blog, the plan was to quite literally write about “life, the universe and everything”! Being extraverted and quite nerdy (not to mention a Trekkie), I’d figured it would be logical to write from my not-inconsiderable topics of interest, to give wings to my passions and let them soar, farther […]Read More The Universal Language
It is time for another list of 10! This time, another topic very close to me heart – music, obviously. Instead of trying to come up with 10 favorite songs*, I’ve decided to put up a more rarefied list if you will, of my favorite tracks for reviewing sound systems. [Additionally, it makes for (a) […]Read More Top 10 Review tracks