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Sometimes I write for Tape Op MagazinePink Noise and other publications. Here is some of my writing and press about my work:

Wrote a report of the AES Conference on Audio Archiving, Restoration and Preservation for the Journal of the Audio Engineering Society, Vol. 66, No. 11, 2018 November (2018)

Interviewed fellow restoration and mastering engineers about the Aesthetics of Remastering Reissues for Tape Op (2018)

Contributed a chapter entitled Mastering the Sonics of Historic Recording Media to the academic book Music Preservation and Archiving Today (Rowman & Littlefield), edited by Norie Guthrie and Scott Carlson (2018)

Helped review the CA500EQ 2-Channel Rackmount EQ for Tape Op (2018)

Wrote about 78rpm records for the Internet Archive's Great 78 Project (2017)

Spoke with Gino Robair about restoration plug-ins for Electronic Musician (2017)

Featured in Women In Sound print zine, Issue 3 (2016)

Thoughts on SPL Iron Mastering Compressor for Tape Op (2016)

Feature in Womyn In Music (2016)

Working Class Audio podcast, hosted by Matt Boudreau (2016)

On “Sonic Archaeology” for GRAMMY Pro (2016)

Video on Cleaning up The Complete Concert By the Sea tape (2015)

“Ask the Experts” interview with Indie Preserves (2015)

Pure2 Master AD/DA Converter & Clock Review for Tape Op (2015)

The Art And Aesthetics of Audio Restoration for Pink Noise (2104)

Remixing Mickey Newbury’s Looks Like Rain for Tape Op (2011)

The B2 Bomber ADC & DAC Review for Tape Op (2010)

Isochrone OCX and 10M Clock Generators Review for Tape Op (2008)