Introducing New CA Contributor Kathy Geisler
After four years of writing every review and in-depth article on Computer Audiophile it’s time to add some diversity to these pages. I’m very happy to introduce new CA
contributor Kathy Geisler. Kathy will bring a refreshing and creative perspective to Computer Audiophile. She has vast experience as a producer with a passion for classical music and an ear for good sound quality.
I first met Kathy at the Computer Audiophile Symposium
at Fantasy Studios in 2009. Kathy was one of many attendees from the professional side of the industry. I chatted with Kathy about her Well-Tempered Productions record label and her interest in offering standard and high resolution downloads directly to her customers from around the world. Kathy left a lasting impression on me.
Two years later a colleague and I were chatting about possible contributing writers, when he mentioned Kathy’s name. I instantly thought she’d be a perfect match if she had time and was willing to contribute to CA
. Fortunately Kathy has agreed to contribute creative and classical music oriented articles to Computer Audiophile.
More information about Kathy:
A graduate of the Juilliard School, Kathy Geisler has producer credits on more than 35 albums for the Well-Tempered Productions label, many of which were recorded at the world-class Skywalker Ranch scoring stage. Besides her work for Well-Tempered, Ms. Geisler has been instrumental as the recording liaison for the Russian National Orchestra, notably putting together the orchestra recording logistics for their Grammy Award winning album ‘Wolf Tracks,’ featuring Sophia Loren, Bill Clinton, Mikhail Gorbachev, and conducted by Maestro Kent Nagano. She has produced several videos including dozens of interviews for the online magazine Fresh Digital Produce. Her live music production credits include several concerts and tours in the United States and in 2010 she produced orchestra concerts in Hungary and Italy featuring pianist and conductor Konstantin Lifschitz
. She is currently engaged in launching Festival Paradiso
in Tiburon, California.
I hope everyone enjoys Kathy’s creativity and professional point of view towards this wonderful, yet sometimes strange, world of high end audio.
Please welcome Kathy to Computer Audiophile.