Discussion in 'The Off Topic Room' started by oval99, Jun 26, 2017.
What media were you listening from? You post reminded me I had a sealed copy on vinyl, played it last nite and it was surprisingly flat sounding. Bass wasn’t a deep or as hard hitting as I remember and overall a very narrow soundstage. It reminded me of a compressed MP3 recording, just wondering if I had a bad pressing or if this version had a bad mix.
I have the SACD of that album. Sounds good to my ears.
Lots of Level 42 lately.
I know I've posted it before but it's so damn good.
Getting ready to see them live Friday, so listening to one of my favorites, Dirty Magic...just wish I could find the acoustical version on vinyl
The epitome of cool.
The Metallica Hardwired tour is a bit of a detour from their normal shows and had a few interesting moments including Rob & Kirk covering Judas Priest and all 4 members doing a very different drum solo of sorts at the same time (this was my 6th time seeing them play and this drum circle thing was the most unusual performance I’ve ever seem from them...it actually started to sound like an EDM song!)
Loving the choice of music!
Always good for the grind
A friend has a recording studio, last night over some Macallan Rare Cask Black, he played some of his original Beatles recordings (actual recorded files with each track separated). Apparently he has them under license to use in an upcoming remix for one of his artists, but for me the joy was just listening to the original. Hearing the vocal tract from McCartney by itself was the highlight as you can hear his headphone feed of the music coming through his mic when not singing and should otherwise be silent.
Also interesting to note is that although the album was reportedly recorded on a 4 track machine, there are actually 6 tracks on the original master file.
That’s pretty cool !
As far as I know the Beatles often used two four track machines simultaneously to record up to eight tracks. At least they did so for Sgt.Peppers.
For some reason I can not stop listening to Ama Macdonald’s concert from Berlin.
But I listen to load of different stuff since I got Amazon unlimited (but am switching to Spotify).
Those who like funk should check out WEFUNK (online or via app) - some really cool stuff.
26th anniversary of this polemic piece of music
I am not sure why this thread made me think of them, but listening to Morphine again.
Always a cool album:
Massive amounts of VNV Nation , Dire Straits, The Cars, and Boston.
The Cars remind me of my first job as a dishwasher.
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