Reading a recent story published by the New York Post infuriated me. Young is a musician that has been writing, recording and performing music longer than I’ve walked the earth, and he is trying to bring a higher level of musical quality to the masses through the development of his Pono high-resolution audio player and companion music service.
Apparently, Young’s efforts aren’t good enough for some, including some people who call the man “the boss.” According to the Post’s story, Pono executives are essentially telling people the decision to offer high-resolution audio files is nothing more than a money grab.
Adding to my fury are two of Young’s critics mentioned in this Post story—Lukasz Fikus of the company Lampizator and Monty Montgomery, executive director of Xiph.org. Read Robert Archer’s pice Via cepro.com