Comments on new Mendelssohn Piano Trio No.1 tape.
Hi Ed,The tape is absolutely stunning. As I mentioned before, I am not a musician nor a knowledgeable student of classical music. For me music is an emotional connection. Music at its best offers a deep immersive experience and the Mendelssohn tape delivers this in spades. You are drawn into the performance. With the lights […]
Comments on tape called “Tatsuki Narita” from UK
Firstly, the recording is absolutely stunning. I have never heard anything approaching such reality on my system. The three other new prerecorded tapes I have are excellent but are definitely not in the same league. So that’s very good news. David
Review of Vadym’s latest Schubert & Prokofiev tapes.
Hi Ed, I had a chance today to listen to both tapes and they are fantastic, you’ve certainly raised your already amazing sonic bar. The immediacy and clarity of the piano combined with the fantastic transient response are the very best I’ve ever heard. Then there’s the dynamic range and power that never sounds bounded […]
Reviews of 2 latest tapes by Vadym Kholodenko, Prokovfiev Piano Sonata No.7, Schubert Piano Sonata No.7
By Steve Williams, WBF owner: Things have been quiet for Ed Pong at Ultraanalogue recordings due to the Covid pandemic and only recently did Ed release his latest tapes. I have to admit that I was somewhat reluctant at first hearing only a piano sonata without accompaniment but knowing the quality put into the recording […]
Dave Denyer’s Review: Discovering Alena Baeva – two Schuberts
Dave Denyer from The Reel to Reel Rambler posted a review of two of Ultra Analogue’s Alena Baeva Recordings of Schubert pieces. Here is a short excerpt of the review and a link to read his full review: “Why, you might ask (and it’s a good question) did I shell out several hundred bucks on […]
Comments on Sampler No.2 & 24 Paganini Caprices (Live) by Tatsuki Narita
Just got the 4 tapes yesterday Perfect sound! Thank you very much Boris
John Johnson’s Review of tape “Tatsuki Narita”
The five tracks are “Danse Macabre” by Camille Saint-Saens, “Zigeunerweisen” by Pablo de Sarasate, “Nigun” by Bloch, “Introduction & Tarantella” by Pablo de Sarasate, and “Meditation” by Jules Massenet, all composed in the late 1800’s and early 1900’s. The sound is just marvelous. They used a special bow for the violin, and I have to […]
Positive Feedback – May 1, 2021
Edward Pong Edward Pong is the owner of UltraAnalogue Recordings. Those in the high-end reel-to-reel community will need no introduction to Ed; his stellar RTR recordings are magnificent, and really embody the sorts of audio virtues that audiophiles can appreciate all day long. As a very long-time RTR lover myself, I asked Ed to write […]
New Digital Download Available
Check out our newest digital download, Beethoven Moonlight Sonata, Debussy Rhapsody for Clarinet and Weber Concertino for Clarinet.