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Welcome to our extensive collection of articles that are related to audio. Over the years we've compiled interesting tutorials, articles and other useful information for the typical audiophile. These are all in PDF format so you can print and read at your leisure. Have fun.
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It isn't 1975 anymore. There's a better way to record your treasured vinyl to the computer en route to a more modern playback medium like MP3, CD, DVD or others. Read the details here!Download The New Way
If you've ever been confused by the various audio connectors and cables available, don't hesitate to read this thorough and interesting journey into audio cables and connectors. Read the details here!Download The Tutorial
The RIAA EQ curve is on just about every 45 and LP record you own as well as implemented in your stereo system. Find out about it and why you should know.Download The RIAA explanation
Before you buy a computer, you should ask these same questions...luckily, Tracer answers them for you here and also explains why AudioCenter PCs are so different from standard computersTell Me About AudioCenter PCs
What are the advantages of running a balanced recording system on your PC?Tell Me About Balanced Systems
Steve Cain is one of the major players in Audio Restoration for both the US Government and private sector as well. His list of credits is impressive and he is a dedicated Diamond Cut LIVE user. Read about his thoughts on the software.Tell Me More About DC LIVE/Forensics
So you're ready to restore your old vinyl...you may want to check here first to get a few helpful hints on some vinyl housekeeping before you record.Cleaning A Record
Now that you're dusting off that old Record Player...are you sure you've got the right Stylus to match your vinyl?Help Me Choose A Stylus
Where do you start? You've chosen the Diamond Cut software, but which tools work best on differing types of noise? This handy chart may point you in the right direction.Choosing The Right Filter
If you have questions about sound cards, multi-tracking, MP3 and other PC audio questions, climb the mount and ask the audio experts.Tell Me!
Find Out how you begin and what gear you'll need to do this. You'll be surprised at how much of this you already own. This thorough guide will answer your questions and get you started on the right foot.Help Me Restore My Record Collection
Restoring your tapes is very similar to restoring your records, but this guide will make sure you know what you need to get started.Help Me Restore My Tape Collection
This software has lots of tricks up it's sleeve.Tell Me How!
Test your soundcard performance without using external testing gear.Tell Me How!
This comprehensive tutorial shows you how to make your own test tone CDsTell Me How!
Using Diamond Cut to authenticate audio recordings for trial.Tell Me How!
This handy chart shows you the line frequencies worldwideTell Me More!
What are you losing across your various feeds of audio cable?Tell Me More!
Explore this exciting never before seen Forensics Tool.Tell Me More!
If you didn't think you could build your own PC and save money, take a gander at this sample of our newest PC manual. You'll be able to build your own PC, feel more comfortable with it and save yourself a great deal of moneyShow Me!
This handy chart will show you various vinyl types from various companies and help you apply the correct EQ curve to make it sound best.Show Me