Audiophile Music

Music is the fuel for the race car, and all audio enthusiasts need new records, albums, downloads and other musical goodies to make their systems sing. Audiophile Music includes music on Compact Disc, SACD, Blu-ray, Vinyl, Download, HD Music Download and beyond. Some audiophiles even have copies of analog master tapes for their systems.

 

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iCloud or iFog?

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Apple’s iCloud seemed like it could have been a revolution in the audiophile world, which it may yet still become, but, in its current iteration, it is painfully and sadly lackluster and disappointing.

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The National Jukebox – Uncle Sam Gets a New Gig

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The Library of Congress has always been about preserving our past. Now they are turning to preserving musical recordings from the past. ...

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The Collection You Own but May Never Hear…

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The Library of Congress has thousand upon thousands of music recording, which American taxpayers own, but copyrights may keep these owners...

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Recording “The Planets”

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Steven Stone set up inside the Macky Auditorium to listen to and record the Boulder Philharmonic and The Ars Nova Singers perform “The Planets.” It was a bit a harrowing process for a few involved.

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What Ever Happened to the Audiophile? I know! I know! Pick Me! Pick Me!

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Steven Stone responds to an article that wonders what happened to the audiophile. According to this rebuttal, that question is the wrong...

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Wanna Be a Patron? Join Kickstarter

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Music lovers are people that like to support music and the artists that produce it, some may even harbor the idea of being a patron. With...

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Are Record Companies Obsolete?

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Think real hard. Can you remember the record company of the most recent album you bought or downloaded? Probably not. Record companies have lost a lot of power in modern times. Is that a good thing though?

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The Grammys

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Most appreciators of an art have a love/hate relationship with the award show that honors that art. The Grammy's and Steven Stone are no...

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High Definition Music on Discs? Yeah, right…

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High definition music is not a hopeless endeavor. There are many outlets to obtain true, audiophile recordings. However, it probably won't...

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The Value of Free Music Is What, Exactly?

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The New York Times reported that Universal Music Group donated 200,000 recordings to The Library of Congress to preserve. This sounds like a great, noble act, but upon closer examination appears to be anything but.

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Apple Rumored To Be Launching a 24 Bit HD Music Product For iTunes

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There is a new rumor circulating about the possibility of a massive improvement to Apple's iTunes software, an improvement that would make...

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Imagine All of EMI’s Back Catalog at Your Fingertips in High Rez

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EMI was a huge label back in its prime. Even though the company is not the giant it was, it still has a huge catalog of recordings, which...

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Higher Bit-Rate Music Streaming – There Is Hope

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Audiophiles love high quality music. And more and more, high resolution streaming is becoming available. But there are definitely some clear frontrunners in the game. Here are two of them.

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Sony Launches Music Streaming Service – The sound of one shoe dropping…

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Sony has released a new streaming music service for consumers, one which might put it ahead of its competition in terms of access but could...

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Why “Made in China” Doesn’t Mean What You Think It Means

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Made in Chine is a ubiquitous term, earning scorn from many. However that scorn may not be well earned as a new report shows that not as...

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