Issue 27

Opening Salvo: Happy Birthday to Us!
It honestly, really, truly  came as a shock to me when I realized that Copper's first anniversary was just ahead....
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Too Much Tchaikovsky: Style, With Sprinkles
Dear Friends, Congratulations! Copper’s readers, writers, faithful Editor, and visionary Publisher have all played a part in getting us to...
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Music, Audio, and Other Illnesses: The Restless Mind: At Last, At Rest
I had begun to write about my early years listening to another pillar of minimalism, Philip Glass, when word broke...
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The Audio Cynic: Persistence of Memory
Uncle Jim was a chemist who worked for General Mills for over forty years, developing food products (I know, I...
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Quibbles and Bits: Preposterous Nonsense!
Back in Issue 22, in response to my column “Purer, More Perfect Sound”, reader tortuga_Bob made mention of the ‘Crown...
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Vintage Whine: Spica, Part 2
In the last issue of Copper we briefly looked at loudspeaker manufacturer Spica, the company's founder John Bau, and the company's...
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Music to My Ears: You Got to Funkifize
I started to write a column about Tower of Power, a band that had a huge influence on all of...
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Industry News: MQA Signs Deal with Universal Music Group; More Woes for Samsung
MQA and Universal Music Group to Collaborate on Advancing Hi-Res On-Demand Streaming [MQA was introduced via an AES paper by...
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Featured: That Cartoon Guy
As we arrive at our first anniversary, it's fair to acknowledge those who have helped us reach that landmark. The...
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Featured: Kirin Light at the Buddha Bar
A group of audiophiles were enjoying lunch in La Jolla recently when the subject of personal preferences came up, specifically,...
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In My Room: Blimey, It's the '70's!
Not the best pictures, but here's one of our vintage systems that took a few years to acquire.   Two turntables-...
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Parting Shot: Number 13
Still deep in the cold of winter, our thoughts turn to the warmer days of spring and summer. I pulled...
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