Berlinde de Bruyckere uses hanging and stacked animal hides to make us think of the delicate difference between being an animal and becoming mere material.
Woodnotes k Chair
In this series of articles, we present chairs that have a potential of becoming the audiophile’s favorite resting place.
Space and events
Still empty is not empty talk.
Elipson – a loudspeaker that made new music
In their hayday Elipson loudspeakers were witnessing at close range the emergence of new Western art music.
Beethoven prudently keyed
The great concerts get a chamber music interpretation.
Different cities of Europe are brought together through seven musically improvised video sequences.
Highend by the airport
A lot of faith in the future at this Show.
A master of wood
The sculptor and audiophile, Veijo Ulmanen (b. 1955) passed away August 2016. His exceptional sensitivity to wood handling was reflected in his pursuit for life-like hifi sound.
With this release, the Swedish guitarist Ulf Wakenius pays tribute to all the famous artists he’s been working with.
What you see is what you get.
What is it that he loves?
The Swedish number one Hi-Fi Magazine, Hifi & Musik posted this nice 1963 ad on the American University Speaker System’s Medallion XII loudspeaker. Both…
Want a true 3D sound? Forget surround.
Imagine a fly circles the head of the listener during the original recording. The same fly circles the head of the listener of that recording in exactly the same way, when the recording is played back through the two loudspeakers of a BACCH 3D Sound system, while surround sound reproduces the fly incorrectly near the speakers.
Flexound HUMU – feel the sound
It may look like a gadget, but what really makes it worth resting one’s head on its soft surface, is the hard techniques that’s gone into it.
Dancing a book
The book is by far the best. But what would be the second best way to tell the Alice’s story in the wonderland? A ballet at the Finnish National Opera/Ballet.