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Ty Roberts

Ty Roberts

Few can claim the kind of impact on media that Ty Roberts has brought. Merging a passion for technology and music, Ty has truly been a pioneer for all of us. Ty is widely recognized as one of the inventors of enhanced CD technology and is accredited with producing the industry’s first enhanced CDs. He ... Read More
 
The Castle

The Castle

Built by Capone’s bookmaker John P. Welch and master stonemason Charles Sutton in the late 1920’s and early 30’s, The Castle stands today as one of the finest recording studios in the world. It was conveniently located at a mid-way rest point for Capone’s men as they ran back and forth from Chicago to coastal ... Read More
 

The New Revolution

Approximately five years ago a survey was done of youth in all corners of the world. Teens and twenties were asked what impacted their culture more than anything else. Without exception, all of the surveyed countries had the same response. “MTV.” The media we produce and distribute all over the world truly does impact cultures. ... Read More
 
Being Digital

Being Digital

Nicholas Negroponte (Credit: Web Chappell) Nicholas Negroponte, founder and director of MIT’s Media Lab, authored Being Digital in 1995. The book was actually a collection of articles he’d written for Wired Magazine in its first years. The key concept discussed in the book was the movement from “Atoms to Bits” and its impact on all ... Read More
 

Mission: Impact

I am fortunate in that music has always remained an important part of my life while my career in technology continued to grow. Today I can truly say that the road I have traveled is one that has brought both of these passions together for me.   I have been fan, writer, performer, producer, engineer, ... Read More