TTC-4 Loudspeaker Cable
Stockfisch-Records have developed their own loudspeaker cable based on the results of new researches about a cluster of coaxial cables. More …
宋祖英 Song Zuying
"closer to the music Vol.5" Just as it’s four predecessors did, this compilation provides an aural overview of the latest and the forthcoming Stockfisch productions - this time for 2015
"Out of the Woods" - the Norwegian singer/songwriter/guitarist presents her debut-album on Stockfisch.
Sara K. - XRCD
"hell or high water" In April 2014 we decided to reissue this XRCD .
Stockfisch DMM-SACD Vol.2
The second DMM-CD/SACD released 2016. 12 tracks selected from recent Stockfisch repertoire, at first cut into copper-master and immediately digitized with 1bit-DSD HiTech equipment.
"Blue Moment" Re-release and remastering of the historical Stockfisch album "Blue Moment" with guitar virtuoso Martin Kolbe from the year 1977.More News …
Stockfisch-Records & Pauler Acoustics: closer to the music©
It all began with the recordings of Werner Lämmerhirt and David Qualey ...
For more than 40 years, the Stockfisch label has been releasing the work of well and not-so-well known artists from the European guitar scene, the 70's Folk revival and has paid special attention to the (Anglo-American) singer/songwriter scene!
In addition to well known stars, Stockfisch-Records offers an interesting line-up of the newest discoveries in the musician´s scene and moreover very special recordings: Direct-to-Disc cuttings connecting the recording studio directly to the inhouse Direct-Metal-Mastering cutting lathe, interesting classical recordings in special locations or "Pure Audio Blu-Ray-Disc" with Sara K.! Stockfisch stands for audiophile sound-quality.
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Stockfisch: live-on tour - events - concerts
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A new Audio-Format: the Stockfisch DMM-CD/SACDIt has become common knowledge that, contrary to the trend of downloads and mp3 players, an increased preference for the vinyl record - now in it’s 60th year - is being experienced. Many music lovers prefer the special sound of the vinyl record. However, many do not like to hear the "classic" artifacts arising from the vinyl pressing: distortion, rumble, vertical and lateral aberrations, groove noise, crackling, clicks, etc.
We at Pauler Acoustics have developed a new record format (DMM-CD), which contains only the desired sound and typical tonal qualities of a vinyl record. Our method is based on the fact that the "vinyl sound" in the first place is created as a result of transferring an analogue or digital master on to a copper-coated stainless steel disk (Direct Metal Mastering).
The crucial step to DMM-CD:
Our Neumann VMS-82 cutting lathe functions as the original record player, because after the cutting process, we leave the copper master on the lathe held firmly by vacuum suction. This way the disc has no vertical or lateral movement, which would affect the tracking of the pick-up stylus.
Using the best possible components, we play back the signal from the freshly cut groove. The output of the JPA66 cutting curve equalizer transfers the analog signal to the "Meitner EMM Labs adc 8 MK IV" converter. The DSD signal is then recorded at a sampling rate of 2.8224 MHz on to our SADiE DSD8 mastering system.
With this new sophisticated process, a new digital recording media has emerged retaining the original sound of a Vinyl-LP but without the unwanted side effects. The DMM-CD/SACD gives you the direct sound of the DMM Copper cut - without having to go through the stages of pressing a record.