A small personal update, and thank you for 1-year of GoldenSound!

Hello all!

I just wanted to make a brief post to explain the radio-silence recently.
I’ve recently moved to a new apartment, and also started a new job pretty much simultaneously.

The combination of work and moving (with a few hiccups on the way) left me with pretty much 0 time to myself at all for a while and no ability to do anything other than work, sleep, eat, pack and move, so I’ve unfortunately not been able to get anywhere near as much video and written content out as I’d have liked.

BUT, I’m now fully moved in, have everything up and running, and have some pretty cool projects in the works which I think you’re going to like.

I already have a ‘Why you can’t trust measurements’ video up on patreon, but am working on a longer and more polished version which will go up on youtube soon.
This video will provide some insight into how the person doing measurements could potentially alter or ‘nudge’ (intentionally or unintentionally) measurements in the direction they choose. Without the person reading the measurements ever knowing.

AND, also one of many ways that a manufacturer can ‘game the system’ by taking advantage of some particular characteristics of the APx555…..

Plus plenty of reviews upcoming, and also some content discussing upsampling which should hopefully be quite interesting for many!

So, just wanted to say sorry for the lack of content lately, but things are back on track now that I’m settled into the new place. Got some good stuff coming up.

Also, it’s about 1-year now that I’ve been doing stuff on youtube/here as GoldenSound! And I just wanted to say a massive thank you to everyone who has helped support me, it’s been a ton of fun and I’m really looking forward to the stuff coming this year too!

Thank you!

2 thoughts on “A small personal update, and thank you for 1-year of GoldenSound!”

  1. I appreciate your reviews. The combination of measurement and listening and the priority you attach to each is just what I think is needed to get the best listening experience. It is a unique perspective!


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