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A Bad Think’s New Dolby Atmos Album ‘Short Street’ Is A Personal Odyssey Through The Past Short Street is the latest Dolby Atmos album from music producer and multi-instrumentalist Michael Marquart and his experimental rock project, A Bad Think. Spatial Audio becoming the standard for new albums?
Wall Street Loves Music Publishing – Why YOU Should Love Great Cover Songs Cover songs can be a powerful, meaningful, creative tool. Why do investors love owning the rights to various recording artists? Money. Read on.
Peter Jackson’s Beatles Documentary Used Artificial Intelligence To Perform Restoration Magic The Beatles: Get Back, Peter Jackson’s highly-anticipated documentary series on Disney+, relied upon new restoration techniques to bring 1969 into the future. The results are nothing short of magic.
Michael Marquart’s New Album ‘Lifelike’ Comes to Life in Dolby Atmos Multi-talented musician Michael Marquart is the force behind A Bad Think, whose new album "Lifelike" has just been released. Marquart embraced Dolby Atmos and we livestream with him to discuss and demo.
Peter Jackson’s Beatles Documentary Delayed Until August 2021 Peter Jackson’s documentary entitled The Beatles: Get Back will hit theaters in August 2021. The new film features brilliantly restored footage and never-before-seen recordings of the Beatles in 1969.
Lee Ritenour and Larry Carlton: Larry & Lee (1995) The Lee Ritenour and Larry Carlton CD: Larry & Lee was released in 1995.This CD was made in the heart of the GRP “digital master” era and the production work is outstanding. read on to see why.
British Prog Rock Band Marillion Releases Limited Edition Series of Live Albums Marillion are purveyors of soulful, powerful, and deeply-moving music, known for legendary live performances are globally releasing a numbered series (5000 copies each) of their live albums.
Spyro Gyra: Morning Dance (1979) LP Review Morning Dance was the breakout recording for Spyro Gyra, and my favorite release (followed closely by Catching The Sun) of the 1970's. This is a review of the vinyl release.
Spyro Gyra: Breakout (1986) LP Review Breakout on vinyl is my favorite Spyro Gyra release of the 1980's. Breakout was (and still is) proof that great production values have the ability to transcend the media format.
Spyro Gyra: Love and Other Obsessions (1995) CD Review Spyro Gyra Love and Other Obsessions CD is one of those love/hate albums. While it's one of my favorite Spyro Gyra CD's of the 90's, it's rather ho-hum audio quality holds it back from greatness.