Telarc, the Cleveland area audiophile record label, will cease producing its own music at some point this month. The multiple-Grammy winning record label’s roots go back classical recordings from the 1970′s. Today the company’s president stepped down and the parent company, Concord Music Group, will slash 26 of the label’s 52 jobs.
Michael Bishop, the engineer most associated with the forward thinking label, has left to start an upstart audiophile label called Five/Four Productions which will focus on audiophile endeavors going forward while Telarc is said be planning on “outsourcing” is music production.
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