Sound recording


  • From War Radios to World-Class Speakers: The Journey of KEF founder Raymond Cooke

    In the tumultuous world of 1925, Raymond Cooke was born, a spirit destined to echo through the annals of audio engineering. By the time the clouds of World War II gathered, young Cooke found himself thrust into the vast expanse of the Royal Navy. While the sea’s mighty roars and the skies’ thunderous clashes became…

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  • The listener — creative artist?

    The High-Fidelity Scene Recording technology revolutionized how music is produced, played, and experienced. From the perspective of experiencing it, to the old model of attending a live concert was added the option of listening to a recorded performance. In this new model, the listener’s role and situation were profoundly transformed; with recordings, listening has been…

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