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An interview with master digital printer Jack Duganne, who began printing for Graham Nash, and who coined the term “Giclée,” and later founded Duganne Atellier. If you ever wondered where fine-art digital printmaking began, then listen to this interview. Recorded at the National Association of Photoshop Professionals Photoshop World Conference, Las Vegas, in September 2006 by Harris Fogel. (28:01)

Harris Fogel, Posted 11/5/06

As the days get longer, a lot of energy goes into planning all sorts of parties, activities and celebrations for friends and family - everyone wants to get in on the fun! But while you are firing up the grill and setting up the badminton net, don’t forget to plan some fun for the cats in your life! We’ve found our cats don’t really care who is graduating, or if there’s a game of Marco Polo going on in the pool. But they were amused and delighted when we presented them with a set of interactive kitty puzzles and games from Cat Amazing.

Nancy Burlan, Harris Fogel, Thomas Fogel, Sandy, Grayson, Theo, & Zeke, Posted 6/5/2023

I’m not sure about you, but my first notion of headphones or earphones came from my grandfather, Milton, who had one of those little mono earphones plugged into his little transistor radio, listening to Mets games. He let me try it, and even though the sound was a bit staticky and tinny, it was this amazing journey into another world. CanJam, an enthusiastic celebratory gathering of all things headphones, earphones, dedicated amps, DACs, and accessories, offered visitors a choice from $50 units to headphones and electronics costing many thousands of dollars. CanJams are held at various US and international locations, most recently at the New York Marriott Marquis. Everyone there was in high spirits.

Harris Fogel, originally published in Copper Magazine 188, 5/15/2023

The AES (Audio Engineering Society) conventions are among the most important shows in professional audio, which means that what you hear there today will have an impact on home listeners tomorrow. One of the most important aspects of AES is the organization’s focus on education, not only for professionals but for students as well, and their passion for recording music was evident. My interest tends to lay in restoration and archival techniques, and there was plenty to chew on.

Harris Fogel, originally published in Copper Magazine 187, 5/1/2023

OK, so why does DAM matter to audiophiles and photographers, and well, just about everyone else on the planet who does searches on the internet? Because without it, you couldn’t play your favorite song, from either streaming sources or even locally-stored music files. The importance of DAM was in evidence at the last DAM New York 2022 conference, organized by Henry Stewart Conferences, held at the New York Hilton Midtown in September 2022. Digital asset management is a way of organizing and making data searchable. In many ways it doesn't much matter what the data is. DAM can work for music data, video files, graphics files such as photographs and those created by Adobe Illustrator – in fact, just about anything digital.

Harris Fogel, originally published in Copper Magazine 185, 4/3/2023

In Part Two of our Capital Audiofest 2022 coverage (Issue 182), I briefly touched upon how audio has impacted our lives. One of the most interesting and revealing aspects of an audio show is how it forces one to consider their own audio journey. Mine was pretty simple. It started with simply loving music, the Rolling Stones in particular. My parents had a Fisher solid-state receiver with a Garrard turntable and Shure cartridge in a large green console cabinet. For her, the stereo system was indistinguishable from the furniture. It was just the thing that made music. There wasn’t any prestige in owning it, nor did she think of it as particularly valuable. 

Harris Fogel & Nancy Burlan, originally published in Copper Magazine 182, 2/12/2023

Part Three of a three part article. Posted 2/12/2023

In Part One of our Capital Audiofest 2022 coverage (Issue 180), I touched upon the family nature of the specialty audio business. And I’ve found it interesting how the industry seems to skip generations. Our sons have little interest in audio, despite having grown up with great gear. What they didn’t skip over was my wife’s and my love of music without reservation. Our home has always been full of any and all genres of music and they picked up on that diversity. 

Part Two of a three part article.

Harris Fogel & Nancy Burlan, originally published in Copper Magazine 181, Posted 1/30/2023

My wife, Nancy Burlan, editor and reporter for Mac Edition Radio, asked me: “should we attend the Capital Audiofest this year.?” We had such a lovely time at last year’s CAF, that we decided, yes. The previous event was really well-run, with a positive feel and crowds of people just thrilled to be there. This year the show, which took place in November 2022 at the Twinbrook Hilton in Rockville, Maryland, was more crowded, with more rooms, and an even more positive vibe.

Part One of a three part article.

Harris Fogel & Nancy Burlan, originally published in Copper Magazine 180, Posted 1/15/2023

With less than a week to go until it begins, John Mulhern III's attention is now solidly on CES 2022 in early January, and he writes about seven areas he's watching at the Consumer Technology Association's annual trade show.

John Mulhern III, Posted 12/28/2022

Some might say that the holidays are a time to visit with family and friends, or to give thanks, or to observe the religious events of your choosing. But those of us in the know have always understood that the holidays are a time for gaming. In the coming weeks, millions of people will find themselves plugging in new consoles or PCs, preparing to install new titles on their devices. And as much fun as those titles undoubtedly are, finding space to keep them is not very fun. Fortunately, Seagate has the storage solutions for Xbox gamers. Read on for our full review!

Thomas Fogel, posted 12/16/2022