Computing power allows us to craft great recordings and document them with increasing accuracy to practical media. We download these masters, have increasingly ergonomic track access and during playback, our ears, perception and mind create a visual acoustic of the event only hindered by technological intrusion and loss of perceptual stimulus. We’ll explore computers, converters and clocks to show how their digital and analog properties contribute to the high-resolution experience. New to the history of perfection, Computer Audio, LPs and Tapes will be discussed in their role as top of the sonic food chain.
-Keith O. Johnson
Labels: RMAF 2010, Rocky Mountain Audiofest