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  1. San Francisco's KQED public broadcasting station has produced an excellent 25-minute video "The Making of Gabrieli" which is now available for your viewing enjoyment on YouTube. The video tells the story of how the nation's best brass players were assembled as the National Brass Ensemble to re-create and perform a historic 1968 recording of sacred music by the great Italian Renaissance composer Giovanni Gabrieli — and also lay down a new work specially written for them by American film composer John Williams. It includes scenes from the session rehearsals at Sonoma State University and the recording session at Skywalker Sound with Five/Four Productions recording engineer Michael Bishop. The album is available as a Surround Sound SACD from Amazon and other sellers and as a Stereo and Surround Sound DSD Download from NativeDSD Music. https://ww2.kqed.org/arts/2017/06/22/exclusive-watch-brass-music-all-stars-shred-at-skywalker-sound/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aHs4W3bdReI https://www.amazon.com/dp/B014E1TMHC/ https://oberlinmusic.nativedsd.com/albums/1122
  2. A Desert Island Video Concert.

    I'll start with this both sonically and visually stunning classic : Talking Heads 'Stop Making Sense' (1984) [video=youtube;HFS2oz-i3Ik] (I'm pretty sure there are many audiophiles here who are videophiles too)
  3. My goal is to stream music via Tidal, Pandora and Spotify as well as play tracks from an NAS. Also, given the problems I have been having with Apple TV and Airplay of late (it just doesn't work anymore), I might use the Mac to stream video from non-mainstream sources. An example would be to watch the new Funny or Die movie about Donald Trump. Netflix and HBO Go work pretty well via Apple TV. I have read a bunch of strings regarding PC/Mac vs dedicated appliance and have decided to go the route of a Mac Mini. So, how should I configure the Mini? How much RAM? Do I need an SSD? Is processor speed an issue? The easy answer would be to buy what is most expensive. But the budget is not unlimited, of course. And with computers, I have found, buying more that you need is the same as throwing money away. Tim
  4. Software for Making home videos?

    I want to record the birthday of my little sister by creating a home video. I have a windows, and used to apply Windows Movie Maker to make and edit videos. Now I wish to add more special effects to my video, such as transition, also I want to add texts and adjust the color tone. Are there any programs help to satisfy my demands? Either mp4 editing software or other video files supported software are appreciated. Thanks in advance. Ruby
  5. Anyone successfully installed a graphics driver on Caps V3 (Intel DN2800MT) motherboard ? There are no Windows 8 graphic drivers for those boards available AFAIK. I tried installing the supplied Win 7/32 driver - it installed just normal, but then I noticed that it makes the system crash when choosing some default desktop apps (like weather for example). JRiver or Youtube (even at 1080p) works just fine with that driver. I tried reinstalling the system twice (to find out what driver causes the system to crash). On a generic Win 8 graphics driver (no DN2800MT graphics driver installed) eveything works just fine.