Posts tagged with: CD Audio

This is my first post after been absence for quite some time. Frankly speaking, I have tons of project on hand, but simply no time. Again, all this audio and blog stuff are purely my hobby and I’m not making...
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This album is one of the my precious collectible album. Not just because this CD is quite rare (the original one, not remastered with XRCD bla-bla-bla), but this CD also has an outstanding quality. The Vinyl version is even better...
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Some of the readers mailed to me and asked, why do I digitalize my collections? The reason is as below. I found at least one of my CD has a serious unrecoverable error. The outer circle has black stain on...
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After a disappointing thing happens this morning (later I will discuss), I decide to make a digital backup of almost all (at least my favorites) Audio CD collection. The best tool for this job is Exact Audio Copy (EAC). I...
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Some singers have their own unique “tone”, which reflects their “style” when singing. This uniqueness will¬† make us remember his/her specialty. This old vintage CD Audio, produced around 2001, shows the wonderful soprano named Cui Yan Guang. She comes from...
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Artist: Waldjinah Album: Sings Gesang Publisher: Rice Record OSR-702 Recording Technology: – About this album: After this album, I think this album also worth to be considered as an audiophile-grade Kroncong. This time, Waldjinah solo album with title “Sings Gesang”....
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Artist: Gesang, Nuning, Waldjinah Album: Bengawan Solo Publisher: JVC Record Recording Technology: – About this album: According to Wikipedia, Kroncong is the name of a ukulele-type instrument and an Indonesian musical style that typically makes use of the Kroncong, a...
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Artist: Ingram Washington Album: What A Difference A Day Makes Publisher: STS Digital Recording Technology: – About this album: This is one of the most recommended album. Superb recording and superb male baritone vocal. Most of the songs came from...
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