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Is Mark Waldrep (AIX) About To Hang Up His Microphones ???

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Sal1950

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In this weeks blog Mark posted this statement with no further explanation or statements,

"Another low key, sunny, summer Sunday in Southern California. I’d been attempting to repair one of my two PCs and was making progress until I accidentally blew up the power supply — operator error. Don’t try to plug in a hard drive while the machine is running! I don’t know whether to abandon the effort or order a new power supply and forge ahead. There’s really no reason to fix it. I used it to author Blu-rays and do some audio processing. It’s unlikely that AIX Records will release another Blu-ray disc — or any new titles so no big loss."

I may have missed him saying more in a earlier blog or two but don't remember anything. I have posted a question to him there and hope to hear more on the situation. Below is the question I posted, it is awaiting moderation. Maybe tomorrow or next well get answer, I hope so. This is sad.

"It’s unlikely that AIX Records will release another Blu-ray disc — or any new titles so no big loss."
Say it ain't so, Joe?
Sorry Mark, maybe I missed reading a couple of you blogs but hadn't heard anything like this before that I remember. It's extremely sad that we should lose a member of the multich recording industry like this, it's grown too small already.
Would you mind sharing the circumstances and if there is anything we can do to help?
Sal1950
 

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In this weeks blog Mark posted this statement with no further explanation or statements,

"Another low key, sunny, summer Sunday in Southern California. I’d been attempting to repair one of my two PCs and was making progress until I accidentally blew up the power supply — operator error. Don’t try to plug in a hard drive while the machine is running! I don’t know whether to abandon the effort or order a new power supply and forge ahead. There’s really no reason to fix it. I used it to author Blu-rays and do some audio processing. It’s unlikely that AIX Records will release another Blu-ray disc — or any new titles so no big loss."

I may have missed him saying more in a earlier blog or two but don't remember anything. I have posted a question to him there and hope to hear more on the situation. Below is the question I posted, it is awaiting moderation. Maybe tomorrow or next well get answer, I hope so. This is sad.

"It’s unlikely that AIX Records will release another Blu-ray disc — or any new titles so no big loss."
Say it ain't so, Joe?
Sorry Mark, maybe I missed reading a couple of you blogs but hadn't heard anything like this before that I remember. It's extremely sad that we should lose a member of the multich recording industry like this, it's grown too small already.
Would you mind sharing the circumstances and if there is anything we can do to help?
Sal1950
Mark (@Dr. AIX ) hasn't been seen here in a while. Maybe he could be persuaded to drop in and elaborate?
 
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