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    We on the Yarlung Records team are happy indeed. Jacob Horowitz and I recorded Stereo tracks in PCM, analog tape and DSD, Tom Caulfield came from Boston to record 5 channel surround sound, and recording engineer Arian Jansen did a SonoruS Holographic Imaging version of the recording as well. We worked at Segerstrom Center for the Arts in Costa Mesa, California with The Sibelius Piano Trio (from Helsinki) and with solo pianist Mika Sasaki from Juilliard, both making their debut albums.

    Mika's album celebrates the music of Clara Schumann, and Sibelius Piano Trio focused on early Sibelius masterpieces and three new works commissioned specifically for them. We are grinning with the results.

    --Bob Attiyeh
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    Mika Sasaki at Segerstrom Center for the Arts, Cooper Bates Photography
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    The Sibelius Piano Trio during our live concert recording session,
    Juho Pohjonen piano, Samuli Peltonen cello, Petteri Iivonen violin

  • #2
    Bob, that sounds exciting. Can't wait to hear the tapes! Larry
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      Larry, you have been one of our most loyal and vocal analog tape enthusiasts. Thank you! The tape does sound very good from these sessions. I look forward to an eventual analog tape release.

  • #3
    Thought I'd just add Bob and his company have been getting excellent press including this short article by Record Collector News.

    Interestingly, my substitute guitar teacher dropped by to hear my system and in particular, the Kondo single-ended amplifiers. Now Tomasso is no ordinary musician: his father builds tube guitar amplifiers and he knows more about tube circuit design--and even sound-- than any young kid has or musician has any right to do. Tomasso was asking me questions about the Kondo amplifier design I had to look up online! So anyway, I played a couple of tapes for him including Bob's original Lysy Live at the Broad. Needless to say, out of all the tapes spun yesterday, Tomasso was the most impressed by and in fact totally blown away by Bob's recording. He couldn't get over the sound of the cello. So you are missing out on a really good thing if you haven't heard Bob's tapes, digital releases or LPs!
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      Originally posted by MylesBAstor View Post
      Thought I'd just add Bob and his company have been getting excellent press including this short article by Record Collector News.

      Interestingly, my substitute guitar teacher dropped by to hear my system and in particular, the Kondo single-ended amplifiers. Now Tomasso is no ordinary musician: his father builds tube guitar amplifiers and he knows more about tube circuit design--and even sound-- than any young kid has or musician has any right to do. Tomasso was asking me questions about the Kondo amplifier design I had to look up online! So anyway, I played a couple of tapes for him including Bob's original Lysy Live at the Broad. Needless to say, out of all the tapes spun yesterday, Tomasso was the most impressed by and in fact totally blown away by Bob's recording. He couldn't get over the sound of the cello. So you are missing out on a really good thing if you haven't heard Bob's tapes, digital releases or LPs!
      Myles, thank you so much. David Thomson did a fabulous job in that article, I must admit. It made us so proud to read. Antonio was grinning, as you can imagine. Antonio said how great it was that Yarlung was ahead of the curve on the vinyl resurgence. We may or may not been "ahead of the curve," but we certainly appreciated the shift in the vinyl market from "moribund" to at least "interesting." When we cut and pressed "Antonio Lysy at The Broad: Music from Argentina," it took a month from cutting to pressing. Now it is 130 days if one is lucky. This says a lot about the volume going through the best pressing plants. Here's a link to the LPs if anyone is interested: goo.gl/od3dvZ

      I'm delighted Tomasso enjoyed Antonio's playing so much. That is the best compliment Antonio can receive, coming from a fellow musician. Please tell Tomasso thank you!

      --Bob

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