In this series of articles, we present chairs that have a potential of becoming the audiophile’s favorite resting place.
Still empty is not empty talk.
In their hayday Elipson loudspeakers were witnessing at close range the emergence of new Western art music.
The great concerts get a chamber music interpretation.
Different cities of Europe are brought together through seven musically improvised video sequences.
A lot of faith in the future at this Show.
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.
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…
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.
On its debut album, the NYC based band Dálava interprets a hundred years old folk songs.
Respighi borrowed from the Italian baroque music and combined the influences with the late 19th century romantic style to create enchanting original orchestral music.
A loudspeaker can be “sophisticated” by featuring highly complex and unusual techniques, or simply by being elegant and expert in matters of culture. ProAc…
Electric bike manufacturer Noordung’s Angel Edition bicycle features a battery that functions as a backup speaker.
It was a good year. No long predicted death, no crash. Just masses of folks, folks and exhibitioners. More than year before. The Stockholm Highend…
Listen to what well-known scholars have to say on sound art and why it matters. Full Lectures by Brian Kane, Frances Dyson, Wolfgang Ernst and Cathy Lane.
“I thought you died alone, a long long time ago…” (David Bowie, 1947 – 2016)
If you’re allergic to vinyl scratch, don’t bother to read more.
Advertising is art of its own. Sometimes ads are art.
1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.5, 5.0, 6.0 … What’s missing? 1.4 is missing, Gradient’s next loudspeaker model. Once again, design and acoustics go every bit hand in hand.
Mercuriale FC413 is an interesting looking French loudspeaker from the 1970s. A pair of FC413 was refurbished in order to hear how this vintage beauty sounds.
When tourism has virtually dried up and the musicians can no longer make a living like they once could.
A milestone for 20th century Western art music.
“Triangle Frequency” is a sound installation that consists of three looping “endless tapes” of varying lengths and a projected video loop.
If human mind was identical with the brain, brain research would have a better chance to be relevant to music psychology.
“The words and the stories are my main instruments. My voice too but I’m not as conscious about that as I am about the words, and maybe that’s a good thing.”
Of all (visual) arts, abstract art is best suited for posing ontological questions about art itself, and because of that, also for accompanying music.