On January 31st the MU1 was officially introduced in the Van Abbe museum in Eindhoven. Journalists, dealers and friends of Grimm Audio were all invited to celebrate this mile stone with us.
After an official part with the MU1 speeches, we treated the audience to a concert of cellist Maya Fridman (who later in May won the Dutch Classical Talent Award) and harpist Majsa Koperberg.
Please enjoy the video registration of all six pieces.read more >
Hifi vlogger and journalist Hans Beekhuyzen of The Hans Beekhuyzen Channel on Youtube posted a very nice video of our MU1 introduction party in the Van Abbe museum, and added some background information about the history of Grimm Audio too. Many years ago Hans has been the employer of both Eelco Grimm and Peter van Willenswaardread more >
The Hong Kong online magazine Fever Sound did a video interview with Eelco Grimm during the HKAV2018 show in Hong Kong in August. Eelco introduces several of Grimm Audio’s products and talks about a few of the aspects that set them apart from the competition. Enjoy!read more >
We are thrilled to show you the first short movie we produced at Grimm Audio. It is a portrait of Wessel Oltheten, a well known mix and mastering engineer in The Netherlands. In this video you can see him at work in his well equipped studio ‘Spoor 14’ in Boxtel, The Netherlands. Wessel relies onread more >
High res download shop Native DSD receives many questions about the oversample rate of DSD: 64fs, 128fs, 256 fs or even higher. Bigger numbers always seem better, but Native DSD claims that in the end the most important thing is not the oversampling rate but the quality of the recording converter in the audio band.read more >
Eelco Grimm did a research project for music streaming service Tidal and wrote a recommendation that was implemented by them. British mastering engineer Ian Shepherd is a very active supporter of the movement that fights the loudness war and invited Eelco to speak about the Tidal project in his well-listened “Mastering Show” podcast. Please enjoyread more >
Last Monday I dismantled part of the anechoic chamber in Hilversum that has served me so well for more than 16 years. HKU University of the Arts where I teach moved to Utrecht and unfortunately we could not take the chamber with us so it will be wasted. There are few other spaces where Iread more >