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about extant ARA materials
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Sampo Syreeni
2018-08-04 01:42:41 UTC
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All of the references to Acoustic Renaissance for Audio (ARA) have seem
to gone dead. To the list's knowledge, is their work/site archived
anywhere in full? I do have the papers, somewhere, but I'd like to see
the whole of their presentation, so that I could show it off as an
example of rational audio system design.

I believe they used to be housed under Meridian's site, at least at some
point.
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Goran Finnberg mastering@telia.com
2018-08-04 09:52:40 UTC
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Sampo Syreeni,
Post by Sampo Syreeni
All of the references to Acoustic Renaissance for Audio (ARA) have seem
to gone dead. To the list's knowledge, is their work/site archived
anywhere in full?
I believe they used to be housed under Meridian's site, at least at some
point.
Use the Wayback machine to find what has been stored:



https://web.archive.org/web/20040624084609/http://www.meridian-audio.com:80/ara/



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