Neil Muncy, Audio Engineer, 1938 – 2012

Neil Muncy, Audio Engineer, 1938 – 2012

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Aug 24, 2012
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Audio engineer, Neil Muncy, passed away on Friday, August 10, 2012.

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Neil certainly was an influential figure in the audio world and his work in the area of grounding, proper balancing and op-amp design formed the foundation of best practices …

iTunes ‘Olympic’ Track Information
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iTunes ‘Olympic’ Track Information

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Aug 3, 2012
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If you’re at all like me your “Unknown Album” in iTunes is bursting with orphaned tracks brought into iTunes either on purpose or by accident. Once there it is not as intuitive as one would think to stripe the track …

LUSH Cello Quartet

LUSH Cello Quartet

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Aug 1, 2012
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Working on some new photos for the cello quartet LUSH. These are some themes or looks that I composited from a studio shoot. I think my favourite is the simple CK-esque black and white shot although the others are really …

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