In her new release "as long as there are songs," legendary mezzo-soprano Stephanie Blythe and pianist Craig Terry collaborated with Berkeley-based audio technology company Meyer Sound to pioneer a new recording technique. The technology provided an acoustic environment optimized for the artists' performance, while giving listeners of the record an exceptionally accurate sense of being "in the room" with the performers.

"The Meyers' incredible spirit of generosity combined with their technology allowed us to create a recording with a sound that is honest, generous and real—a disc that magically transports listeners from their car or couch to the feeling of being at our actual live performance." -- Stephanie Blythe

"We live in a digital age when most people listen to music with high compression and limited bandwidth, and this is an issue close to musicians' hearts. My job is to give artists like Stephanie the tools that bring her closer to her audiences. With this recording, we returned to what some may consider the 'old school' recording style, where musicians play together in the same room, and listeners can trust that they are hearing the performance at its fullest—nothing more, nothing less." -- John Meyer, CEO, Meyer Sound

Learn more about "as long as there are songs:"
meyersound.com/news/2013/stephanie_blythe/

Purchase the album:
innova.mu/artist/stephanie-blythe
amazon.com/As-Long-There-Are-Songs/dp/B00EPRJ27Q/

Stephanie Blythe:
opus3artists.com/artists/stephanie-blythe

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