Issue 97

Opening Salvo: The Editors, They are a changin'
I’m thrilled and honored to be named the new editor of Copper. Many of you may know me from my...
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Too Much Tchaikovsky: Doin’ It
My friend Dale Cockrell has written a remarkable book, Everybody’s Doin’ It: Sex, Music, and Dance in New York, 1840–1917,...
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Music, Audio, and Other Illnesses: My Helios, Redux
I’ve been asked a couple times about the recording / mixing console I own (with a friend). So I thought...
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Off the Charts: Melissa Etheridge
With her raw, unabashed voice and truthful lyrics, Melissa Etheridge has inspired three decades of fans to be true to...
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Revolutions Per Minute: How Do We Get It Out Of There?
As we have examined throughout several previous issues of Copper, it takes an insane amount of precision engineering to store...
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True-Life Radio Tales: WAMS
Wilmington, Delaware. WAMS served Wilmington, but the studio was at the transmitter on Mt. Cuba outside beautiful Greenville, Delaware, maybe...
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Music to My Ears: The Adventures of Jeff Beck: The Finale
On March 9 and 10, 1981, Beck went on a stage in the UK for the first time since 1974,...
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Trading Eights: Poncho Sánchez: Eight Great Tracks
He’s the best Latin jazz musician you may never have heard of. But while Poncho Sánchez might not have the...
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To Be Determined: Three Winners, A Loser - And One That Might Have Been!
The Replacements - Dead Man’s Pop 1989 found the Replacements either on the verge of a major commercial breakthrough or...
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The Copper Interview: Tony Visconti, Part 2
[ Part 1 of John Seetoo's interview with Tony Visconti appeared in Copper #96.] John Seetoo: In a previous interview...
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Featured: AES NYC 2019
For over 70 years, the Audio Engineering Society has been at the forefront making the latest technical information for sound...
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