[ad_1] We knew that a revolution was taking place when global smartphone brands launched in India a series of handsets incorporating Hi-fi and smart music as their main theme. Their motto for the Indian audience is to Play Hi-fi and Live Smart. The offering was one-of-its-kind in the country and proved to be a boon […]
By Jim Bray TechnoFile.com A couple of interesting new titles have premiered on 4K disc this week, one of which is a rehash of an old theme while the other one is also a rehash of an old theme – but with a decidedly weird twist. Let’s start with Overlord, which Paramount sent in 4K. […]
On an artic March afternoon in 1964, I switched on the cream-colored plastic clock-radio set at 850 on the AM dial in my bedroom. Despite the snow showers that had begun trickling intermittently in my hometown of Wellesley, Massachusetts, when I heard the baseball-themed jingle on WHDH Radio Boston that afternoon, it might as well […]
The following article was first published by the Israel Genealogy Research Association‘s Web-site on April 24th 2018 – All Rights Reserved = © 2017. In June 2018, the article was published in Spanish and Protuguise by the SEPHARDIC GEN WEBSIT. It was translated from Hebrew to English by by Yechezkel (“Chezi”) Rappoport, President. The American Friends of […]
Asynchronous 24bit 96KHz USB to SPDIF Converter. This still sounds great. If you have an older DAC with Optical or Coaxial inputs, this little guy will feed them excellent sound from any computer with a USB2.0 or above port. USB powered, not additional power supply required.
Romantic movies never really appealed to me, new or old. Perhaps the only romantic films I’ve genuinely enjoyed have only ever been romantic stories in the context of a larger genre or theme – an action movie, a musical, etc. Furthermore, I’ve always had an aversion to movies that depict infidelity, as they often border […]
Recycled melange or original organ donor? Either way, “American Beauty” ranks among the best songs of Bruce’s Magic period.
Steven is not present to plead his case, but he is clearly not the marrying type.
Jean-Christophe Bailly Writer Humanity , my peasant grandfather and communist took his nap after reading it and sometimes even before it was finished, but he always read me Pif the dog. Then, later, the newspaper paper was used to surround the oven-heated bricks that were put in the beds. If that does not make a […]
By Brennan Kelly They’re all turned away; faces pressed against the wall. The wood frames circumscribing their borders evince this rotational reversal, displaying the typically undisplayed—incidental flecks of paint, v-nails clasping mitred joints, hardware insets, and vacant nail holes. Despite their reversed orientation, each frame is still performing its principal function, framing (and thereby […]
Do you have a passion for music and want to learn more about how it works? Are you a musician who learned by ear and has no formal training? Would you like to study music but are unsure of where to begin? Then this music theory blog is for you. This blog includes lessons that […]
[Above: How I’m feeling this week.] Another one of these posts, Dave? Yeah, sorry about that. Lemme tell ya a little story: My wife and I celebrated Valentine’s Day on Saturday, with a tasty Japanese / Korean BBQ fusion place (highly recommended), so our plan for the big day Thursday was to watch a Ramsey Solutions […]
Son Volt’s new album is on the way next month and our over-excitement isn’t being helped by the drip drip of material from the record, including now a new video which focuses on the daily grind of being working musicians in their new video for the track ‘Devil May Care’, which premiered yesterday on Rolling Stone […]