Brava. (Transcriptions for clarinet from works by Rachmaninoff, Schubert, Elgar, Bassi bas·si
A plural of basso. , and Lovreglio.) Seunghee Lee, clarinet; Arlene Shrut, piano. Recorded in 1999, at St. Peter's Church St. Peter's Church, or variations on that name, may refer to:
New York City
City (pop., 2000: 8,008,278), southeastern New York, at the mouth of the Hudson River. The largest city in the U.S. . Engineer: Mark Aubort. 60+ minutes. Summit 276. The soundstage here is very close-up in perspective, with the resulting clean and well-delineated sound. While the perspective is what you would get from a front-row, or near-front-row seat (the piano is properly sized, with the clarinet just a bit to the left), the church ambiance also shines through, and gives the sound a really warm, enveloping feel.
DPL (Digital PowerLine) An earlier technology for transmitting a 1 Mbps data signal over electric power lines from Nortel Networks. It was developed in the late 1990s, but later abandoned due to implementation difficulties. See broadband over power lines. decoding was OK, but not spectacular, and it was not even OK unless the center level was backed off - 3 dB. The hall DSP (1) (Digital Signal Processor) A special-purpose CPU used for digital signal processing applications (see definition #2 below). It provides ultra-fast instruction sequences, such as shift and add, and multiply and add, which are commonly used in math-intensive modes available from my Yamaha DSP-A1 (as well as the RX-V3000 receiver I had on hand to review) were only acceptable with the smaller room simulations. However, the Classical/Opera mode was extremely effective. It moved the listening position a dozen rows further back and helped to bring the church ambiance out into the listening room. The hall-simulation mode available from the Outlaw receiver I also had on hand to review, and which was installed in my living room at the time, was terrifically effective with this material. --HF