Some interesting places – these open in a new tab

Ashly Audio Inc. – The company I started in 1974 and retired from in 2008. Ashly has done spectacular things since then, it makes me very proud!

Brighton Sound – I started this company before Ashly with Duffy Sweeney; it was the first concert sound company in Rochester

Cakewalk – Maker of the excellent recording and music software I use for my live recording work. Sadly Gibson, the parent company pulled the plug but Bandlab has purchased the intellectual property and hopefully will resurrect the software.

Voxengo – A small Russian company producing some truly great, innovative, and reasonably priced audio plugins.

Eva Cassidy – A site dedicated to one of the most amazing musicians to ever grace our planet. A sad but inspiring story.

W3Schools – A really nice set of tutorials and lessons related to web development. Nice, interactive tools make learning things like HTML, PHP, and CSS much easier.

Earlevel Engineering – one of the best sites I’ve ever seen relating to digital audio. Its all here, sampling, dithering, filtering, etc. explained in a way that even I can understand it. A real education here, kudos to Nigel Redmon the author.

Reaper – A truly great Digital Audio Workstation, the brainchild of Justin Frankel who also created Winamp. Lean, mean, stable, and highly customizable and it even includes a built-in development environment for developing your own plugins. Don’t let the low price fool you!