So – what the big deal with Master Quality Authenticated ?

MQA -Master Quality Authenticated – is a music encoding method that allows to combine high definition audio content with relatively small file sizes and downward compatibility. Without a decoder, the quality is around CD (Red Book, 16 bit/22Khz) but a decoder will make the “Hi-Def” available – sort of. Here’s what you need to know .. […]

Make It Stereo

We work with vintage music – unfortunately often in lowe(er) source quality and in Mono. However – with the right tools – one can re-create the BIG sound of the BIG bands in Stereo. While working on our “Strictly Analog” project we found a very nice 1958 Stereo tape containing the song “I Know Why Read more about Make It Stereo[…]

The “Tuxedo Junction” story

Among the tunes I remastered for  “Glenn Miller – Swing For the Jukebox” was, of course, “Tuxedo Junction”. I got a DSD copy from the original metal master – but, unfortunately,  this more than 70 years old master was severely degraded. Would it be possible to get something out of it?
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