« on: November 26, 2013, 06:25:39 PM »
I'm usually not the biggest Oophoi fan but I already love some of his posthumous work, particularly this and I Can Hear The Wing Singing. I think both of those are AOTY candidates.
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I saw a couple of tremoloas available on ebay recently. They weren't as expensive as I expected but then again, there's probably not a huge demand for them. Hadn't heard of the other two but I looked them up and they seem like cool instruments. I've never played a bowed instrument before though.
They sound a bit like bowed psaltry, only a little fuller. One thing to keep in mind is, at least with the older ones, they are very difficult to tune and to keep in tune. Helps to have perfect or relative pitch, too.
A better title for this topic would have been "Whither the zither?"
Quote from: ImmersionWell I was hoping about have a discussion about how creating the best sound quality possible, of course, what is best for me does not fit all, the main argument here is that is not worth to invest money in "too expensive" equipment, cause you can mask it with eq and different mixing techniques.
You are clearly the master of presumptions! Please quote the person who said such a statement in this thread!….i´m sorry to say, but you won´t find anyone!
My head is spinning from all this Castleview next time you should put up some sort of specific parameters so us gear heads keep our big guns in the cabinet.....like what was your first studio setup because just the sight of the word converters or ad/da brings out the hoarding mass. This sounds familiar...must have seen it in another threads somewhere.
This is home stereo DA converter, not for recording. It doesn't have analog-to-digital conversion, which is something you would get with a pro audio converter. This could certainly be a good device, but just for listening, not recording.