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Boston - May 13, 2014

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The May meeting of the Boston Section of the Audio Engineering Society was hosted by Sound Mirror on May 13, 2014. The event titled "Life On the Bleeding Edge" featured presentations in three different rooms of the facility by multi Grammy-wining engineers John Newton, Mark Donahue, Jesse Brayman, along with Blanton Alspaugh and Dirk Sobotka with assistance by Alexis Price.

The focus of each presentation was to discuss and experience high resolution DSD recording and post production. To highlight the sonic superiority and complete postproduction capabilities of the DSD format the staff showed three different types of post work in each of its studios. Examples ranged from orchestral recording, editing and mixing to mix to picture to mastering.

Soundmirror was founded in 1972 by John Newton whose orchestral, solo, opera, and chamber recordings have received over 80 GRAMMY nominations and awards as well as special commendations from prestigious publications. Soundmirror has recorded for every major classical record label including Albany, Angel, Analeckta, BMG, Cambria, CBS, Chandos, Clarion, Decca, Deutsche Grammophon, ECM, EMI, Erato, Finlandia, Harmonia Mundi, Koch International, LSO Live, Marc Aural Edition, N2K, Naxos, New World, Nonesuch, PentaTone Classics, Philips, Phonogram, RCA Red Seal, Signum Classics, Sony Classical, Summit, Telarc, Teldec, Virgin Classics, Warner/Elektra as well as many artist in-house labels.

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