Sampling rates. Word length. A-to-D. D-to-A. Herein lies a constant source of confusion and annoyance to music fans without advanced electronic engineering degrees: What the heck do all of those things actually mean, anyway? Grab a cup of coffee and a caffeine supplement, and let's find out.
This is part two of a fascinating conversation I had last week with bassist Leland Sklar. Today's piece focuses on the art and joy of being a high-demand session player, and the state of the music and recording industry.
If you’ve listened to any popular music at any time in the past 45 years, you’ve heard Leland Sklar play bass. If you’re not familiar with Sklar’s talent, do yourself a favor and check him out.
While majoring in music at Cal State Northridge, Sklar met James Taylor and the rest is music history...
KEF was founded by former Wharfdale engineer Raymond Cooke, in Kent, England, on October 2, 1961. Our first facilities were located in an unused nissen hut on the banks of the River Medway near Maidstone, in Kent, England.
To celebrate our 55th year of revolutionizing the audio industry, here's a brief history of a brand we are all very proud to be a part of.
RAVE Publications stopped by our booth at CEDIA last week to take a look at some of our new product offerings. Make the jump to see more.