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Old 12th March 2009 , 02:45 PM
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"Are iPods changing our perception of music? Are the sounds of MP3s the music we like to hear most?"

well are they? click HERE and read on people, i think it's the case of we like what we are told to, like new r&b is forced upon us through the charts we tell ourselves we like it, because we are so used to hearing it
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Old 12th March 2009 , 09:56 PM
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It is true.

I remember awhile back people mentioned re-mastering downloads to suit the mp3 format. Gabrielle had it done on her last release.
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im just getting used to cd's , nothing will ever compare to the sound of a lp and a evouil twin cranked !
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What amazes me is how bad lp's sound when you digitize them.

I copied some stuff over years ago, and played the vinyl with the copy in a club. The copy sounded so flat and weak. The noise and clicks etc seemd more prominent as well.

As a DJ, I have lots(possibly thousands) of records that need copying so I can take them with me in future. But the amount of effort that goes into bringing them back to life is incredibly time consuming. You have to record the vinyl in real time, then denoise it, fix individual samples that aren't done by the software. Listen to it to make sure its ok so far, then set about re-eqing and compressing it to get the tonality and levels upto scratch.. It takes even longer if you are using the tracks in Ableton live. Since you then have to warp quite often to ensure the mapping is accurate

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