I like em!
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I remember being thrilled to hear the Echoplex tape hiss on "side 2" of Phaedra when I first heard it on CD.
I had a similar experience when I could hear cello players breathing as they played on CDs - often the timing fits the playing in some way or other. for me it added to the music rather than distracted - though if they were snuffling with a cold and sneezing that would not be nice.
Now on the subject of audiophilia...yes it gets crazy. Many of these guys have playback systems better than the gear used to originally record the music.
Yep, so often people with very expensive gear are looking for qualities and subtleties in recordings that are simply not there.
Phobos, it's ok, you can say it sucks
IMO, Steve writes his own press releases, as they are written the same way he discusses his music verbally. Could be wrong though. Pretty sure Ian Boddy writes all the press releases for his DIN label.
Hi, gang. Quick question from a novice's point of view:
I went to listen to my copy of Lost at Dunn's Lake (Johnson/Philips) last night, but it wouldn't read on my stereo. I loaded the CDr into my computer, and no luck there either.
Is there a solution you use when and old CDr appears to be giving up the ghost? I really like this album and was pining for it a bit last night. I'm sad to realize that the music might be lost to me forever.
I searched around the forum and found a great thread, but it is now locked:
(People do amazing things on even an iPhone screen.
Well I'm not an apple supporter, and I think making music on an ipad with my butt sitting on a coffee shop chair is a not a step forward, but if you think it makes you look cool, then go ahead