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Romy the Cat

Boston, MA
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Thoughs about “My Playback” page.

The site has “My Playback” page that is very hardly visited and read. The My Playback page was written in 2008 and I feel that it is very much time to update it but I am a bit hesitant.


I very much know HOW audio people read this type of the pages and I would like do not be the provider for THAT type of reading.  I would like by the virtue of “My Playback” page do not sell equipment or ideas, I do not looking nether subscriber, followers or imitators.

A year or two after the “My Playback” page I wrote the page dedicate to Macondo Acoustic System


I like this page much better as it cleanlier indicate my objectives and the way to accomplished them. The Macondo Acoustic System page requires more intelligent reader and provides more questions then answers. I like it and I would like to have my next “My Playback” page to be done in the same way but taken a bit further.

I do know the value of the things that I represent in audio and I know that in one way of another the existence of my site and presence of my voice extends audio thinking debate. Knowing where I stay with my position, my results and my methodology I would like my next “My Playback” page to be more like an educational statement of position/achievement instead of just illustrative description of somebody playback. I would like do not have triumphal redbrick but rather to have a clarification how objectives, proper methodology and results are working all together to get where I would like results to be. I did not find a good format yet and I keep thinking how I might do it.

The Cat

"I wish I could score everything for horns." - Richard Wagner. "Our writing equipment takes part in the forming of our thoughts." - Friedrich Nietzsche
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