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Masters of Sound - On the Road to the Grand Ole Opry Day Three

Day Two of the Masters of Sound shoot was to revolve around a recording session of three songs from Rainey Qualley’s debut EP Turn Down The Lights, and a cover of the Motown classic Ain’t Too Proud to Beg. I arrived at the studio at 8:02 figuring I’d be alone for a while, but the video crew, audio engineer and assistant engineer were already working. The main work straight out of the box is setting the tracks and getting the microphones set up and connected to the console.

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Masters of Sound - On the Road to the Grand Ole Opry Day Two

Part Two of our series chronicling the production of our next Masters of Sound video and up and coming artist Rainey Qualley’s week leading up to her debut at the Grand Ole Opry takes a look at the behind the scenes work that goes into the production of a video.

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KEF Masters of Sound - On the Road to the Grand Ole Opry with Rainey Qualley

I got to spend a week with Rainey Qualley and her production and management team preparing our next Masters of Sound video and getting an inside look at life leading up to the Grand Ole Opry. The video itself is being filmed and edited by the stellar crew from Nashville-based Gear Seven, and the studio and logistic support from the good folks at Zavitson Music Group and Cingle Records has made this a really fun project to be a part of.

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How Loud Is Too Loud?

Back in the day we had a rule of thumb about loud music: If your ears were ringing after you left a show, it was a good show and a good time, if your ears were ringing the next morning after a show, you did permanent hearing loss to yourself.

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The Mother of the MP3, Or, How A Great Song Helped Up-End the Music Business' Apple Cart

Fifteen years ago or so, as a point of marketing, it was not the quality of the music you could now carry around with you, it was the amount of music you could carry around with you. Today we are still using a format that was a cutting edge technology at the time it was developed, even though that format (and the storage capacities of the devices we now use) has long ago been surpassed with other compression codecs.

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KEF's Custom Install Speaker Placement Tool

To help make it even easier to use KEF's Custom Install products in your next project, our engineers have developed a software tool that allows you to easily enter your room dimensions, listening habits and desired sound level in order to calculate what type of speaker – and how many of each you – should use for the best quality sound.

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