Contributing writer Allen Farmelo started off writing a review of the Stanford Research Systems PERF-10 rubidium audio clock for Tape Op. After many hours of immersive listening and extensive research into digital audio clocking, Allen's review grew into a case study that explained the historical context as well as the basic technical concepts of external clocking. The editors of Tape Op encouraged Allen to publish this now long-form paper on his own PinkNoiseMag.com, a website better suited for essays and narrative investigations, where he could also retain full control over future edits and updates.
"The Future of Clocks: Clarifications in the Audio Clocking Paradigm" is now available as Pink Paper #2 on PinkNoiseMag.com.
Although the editors of Tape Op may not agree with some of the statements made in Allen Farmelo's "The Future of Clocks" Pink Paper, we feel that Allen does raise a number of interesting and credible points. As is the case with all links on TapeOp.com to third-party websites, Tape Op is not responsible for and has no control over the content of PinkNoiseMag.com.
— Andy Hong, Gear Reviews Editor