An Audiophilia Top Ten. Number 5 in a new series (My Top Ten Music/Audio Twitter Follows)

by admin on September 27, 2009 · 4 comments

in Audiophilia Top Tens

To paraphrase Puerto Rican baseball players, Twitter been berry berry good to me! I’ve followed some amazing people, received offers of work, ad enquiries, and most of all, learned a lot. Other than musicians and audiophiles, I follow family, business associates, wine companies and connoisseurs, folks in my home town of Toronto, car guys, social media experts, social media companies, news outlets, interesting and interested people, and many, many more.

There are far more classical posters than audiophile at present. I’m hoping this will change over time. Audiophiles are notorious for sticking with what they know.

The following are my present audio and music Top Ten (I’m sure it will change over the coming years as Twitter grows in features, importance and popularity). I think you’ll enjoy the posts from these sources. I do. In Twitterspeak, just click on the ‘Follow’ button on the Twitter page to receive the updates.

In no particular order:

@londonsymphony
@nyphil
@berlinphil
@brightcecilia
@analogapartment
@NaimAudio
@philharmonia
@classicalreview
@wheresrunnicles
@whathifi

{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

FK 09.27.09 at 6:02 pm

I’m flattered and honoured in equal measure. And a bit surprised, too.

Just hope I can live up to inclusion in your list now that I’ve moved from my old addresses (@_FK_ and @Kuhlau).

FK

admin 09.27.09 at 6:13 pm

No sweat, buddy. I really enjoy your posts and your new Twitter name is perfect for you. Onwards and upwards.

Cheers, a

Analog Apartment 09.28.09 at 6:49 pm

Thanks for the mention. You’ve got a great site here. Keep up the amazing work.

- Matt from Analog Apartment

admin 09.28.09 at 7:10 pm

No problem, Matt. Love your blog.

Vinyl forever!

Cheers, a

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