Links to Audio and Audio-Related Sites


Audio Web-zines

 
The Tube CAD Journal. Consistently excellent articles on the theory and implementation of tubes in audio.
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Soundstage! From the home page: The World's Leading Magazine for High-end Audio and Music.
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AudioREVIEW.com A site of virtually encyclopedic scope and almost certain to contain the review you might be looking for.
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Positive FeedBack Online From the home page: A Creative Forum for the Audio Arts
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6 Moons.com From the home page: A Passion for Music, A Passion for Life
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Enjoy the Music From the home page: Your Link to Listening Pleasure
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The Sensible Sound From the home page: We have been publishing for 24 years and we know what we are doing. We are the oldest and largest audio publication still operating under original ownership.
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Vacuum Tube Valley From the home page: The Classic Electronics Reference Journal
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The Absolute Sound Need anything at all be said . . . ? ?
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Audio X Press Audio Amateur, Speaker Builder and Glass Audio all rolled into one
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Bound for Sound

This site seems to
have gone the way
of all flesh.
Any new URL will be added

From the home page: One look at our site will tell you that we at BFS aren't real big on fancy surroundings and artsy looking pages.

Excerpted from here,the following is one of the most sensible commentaries I've encountered in a very long time:

Seek truth.

Listen to live, unamplified music sometimes. Buy a used guitar at a pawn shop and strum it gently while it sits on your leg - even if you canít play a note. Listen to a real piano, one not amplified. Take the sounds you hear and burn them into your mind. Start to appreciate the reality of music by hearing it as played live by others in settings that do not require amplification. Or, simply buy yourself a guitar, or a drum, a lute, a recorder, anything at all .... play with it and listen with your mind. And once you do this for a while, the sound of unamplified, live music will make a place in your mind and whenever you hear it, even at a great distance in a busy place, youíll instantly know it is live and real. You will gravitate toward it and it will become your standard. And when you then listen to recorded music (if you still want to), you will automatically know, without hesitation, how that recording is true to the original sound and how it differs. Your mind will know whatís real and whatís not.

Itís my strong conviction that people who prefer colorations to the truth donít listen to enough live music. They may hear live music everyday, maybe they work with it; but they arenít hearing, or listening to it. It isnít burned in upon their brains. Their world is one filled with stylized sound, sound that exists no where except in their heads. Which as I said is alright, but donít use it to try to judge the works of others - because you canít.

Seek truth.
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The British Audio Journal From the home page: With the traditional specialist consumer becoming a diminishing breed, we need to find a way to start attracting the mainstream buyer and teaching him that performance matters.
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The Gramophone From the home page: The World's Best Classical Music Website
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HiFi Choice Reviews, commentary and reviews
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The Perfect Vision From the home page: High Performance Home Theater
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Stereophile The Original Journal of the High End
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What Hi*Fi From the home page: The World's #1 Hi-Fi and Home Entertainment Buying Guide
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Widescreen Review From the home page: The Essential Home Theater Resource
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Sound on Sound From the home page: The World's Best Music Recording Magazine
   

 

   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   

 


 

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