Tonight’s the Night was the second installment in Neil Young’s “Ditch Trilogy” to be recorded, but the last to see daylight. This makes perfect sense becaus...
During my preparations for the review of Mark Waldrep’s book, Music and Audio: A User Guide to Better Sound (link), I was able to interview Mark by phone from his home on the California coast. We discussed the new book and touched on various aspects of his career in music and on the state of high-resolution audio in general.
Not all Record Store Days are created equal. If last year’s Black Friday event was the Atlanta Hawks, this year’s main event was the Golden State Warriors. ...
Many of our Secrets readers are, undoubtedly, already familiar with Mark Waldrep. His AIX Records audiophile label has been producing high-resolution music in stereo and multi-channel surround sound for almost twenty years. Mark recently decided to draw upon his 40 years of combined audio engineering, production and teaching experience to put together what amounts to a reference book about high-resolution audio. It neatly covers practically every link in the chain, from studio production to home playback.
An aging movie star confronts his past as he accepts an award from fans at a Nashville Film Festival. We know what this movie is about when we see Burt Reynolds, essentially playing himself, put down his dog at the veterinarians office.