had the chance to try the grados some days ago in stockholm I should have tried them..
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thanks a lot for your feedback!
@Julio: I tested serveral Canon cams and generally speaking i do like the quality…what puts me a bit off is the extremely "warm" (too much yellow) colors of them. Also it seems, that for jpg´s they use quite a heavy processing (adding a lot of contrast) and thats hard to get rid of later and i really won´t to bother with RAW.
@Immersion: I tested this and some other Samsung camera´s and really have a problem with the image quality. They are great to use for quick results and FB posts but it really seems like Samsung is better in other technologies than cameras.
@Pete: Thanks a lot for the detailed info! I have a Sony HX20 as a zoom camera and i do like it, but as you said image quality is not more than average. I use it when i´m on holiday and for that purpose it does shot good results. Thanks for the Ricoh tip…funny, just looked at my amazon account and realized it´s in my saved observing list Shame it does´t have at last a small optical zoom and the macro option isn´t very advanced I may give it a try and thanks amazon it´s easy to send it back if it´s not convincing.
Don't look at this app as a musician's tool or as a toy. This is a Steve Roach long-form atmospheric piece.
As opposed to a CD, you can adjust the mix & panning of the 5 stereo stems if you choose - or just pick a mix from the menu or let the parts randomly mix themselves. It's really just a different way to experience a long-form track - with the option to control the mix.
Another aspect to consider is that due to the crazy-low app pricing "standards" these cost only $3-$5 each (with no shipping costs) for a long track.
I just bought the new one yesterday and from limited listening, I think it's my fave from the series so far.
Very.....came to these monitors from a Mastering setup that had lots of audiophile paraphernalia. I wanted the full range listening capabilities that B&W 802's, my old speakers, within a smaller studio environment. The Focal Twins delivered.