Jana. Bought "The Shadow of the Wind" today. I know I am going to enjoy this.
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Upgraded my signal chain recently to a Phoenix Audio pre amp.....I have run all my synths through mic pre's since around 2007 and my studio has been balance since then. Having the Eq is really nice though I tend to over do it just because it makes the pre's sing. Its a bit strange to me as the low frequencies are on the right side and high on the left. This is the first external hardware Eq I've had so what do I know ...think it may have something to do with the much revered Neve 1073 pre amp that a good deal of manufactures are inspired to recreate and harness its sonic virtues
I fullfilled me another long time dream this year: A professional audio interface, the RME Fireface 802.Hope you are doing well with the RME ... wish I had one of them ! Excellent.
I will post a photo of my new studio devices (now integrated in a 3U rack) soon
The Labyrinth of Spirits by Carlos Ruiz Zafón
...the fourth and final book in the Cemetery of Forgotten Books series.
One thing I forgot to mention to cvac is Spotted Peccary can purchase very affordable software that instantly lets them know anytime someone says Spotted Peccary on the internet. They could also Google it for free with a time limited search.
They don't have to read this or any forum on a regular basis. However, they should be reading this right now or a week from now.
Listening to the latest Keith Berry album for the first time. Sounding pretty good so far.Be very happy to hear your conclusions on this one.
Fictions and Poetics - Intersections
I'm sure APK will post an announcement soon but some here may have noticed this is out now. Really liked it on first listen, need more time with it.
Do painters practice the art of seeing? No. They practice the art of painting. Art is a clearly defined thing and it doesn't include listening.
The term art can be used in the figurative sense. Now, if they called the movie "The Figurative Art of Listening", then I would have no problem with it.
I will listen to the soundtrack of the movie by Christopher Willits who currently has less than a handful of sales at Bandcamp.
Taylor Deupree - Somi
Tape loops, tape hiss, and wind-plucked guitars. Nice and soothing; similar to Faint in atmosphere.
Re: Loscil/Scott Morgan. As a fan, the thing that I really appreciate about his music is that he has a distinctive style. I can hear a few seconds of a Loscil track and identify the artist right away. Of course, that on its own wouldn't be cool if I didn't like the music he produced, but I think having a sonic signature is a challenging thing to accomplish in this genre. His last few releases were good, but they didn't get many repeat listens around here. My favorite album of his is Plume.
llya Glebov (Murkok) & Joe Fujinoki - GlimmersNice Label !
Dronescapes crafted from guitar and various electronics. Beautiful and spacious. On the amazing Archives label.