Paul’s Posts from this morning introduced me to his relatively new feature, the Ohn’s Law Podcasts. How he finds the time I don’t know but I’m glad that he does.
I just want to draw attention to these in case you don’t get the Posts and also comment on the most recent installment, which is worth a listen. Bernie Grundman is an audio mastering engineer of note, if the “Kind of Blue” vinyl remaster is anything noteworthy in your opinion. His experienced assessment of what it takes to craft good sounding records is quite revealing and, as I’ve always maintained, mastering engineers are audiophiles almost by default. If you want to know what someone who listens for a living thinks about the value of that very activity, give this one a spin end to end. Give yourself the time to listen all the way through and you’ll probably come away feeling better about the audio test equipment that you were born with.