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If this is true, I should have never gotten "into" recording
Old 6th July 2005
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Originally Posted by lucey
The trick is to listen like a music lover, and to have the critical listening skills that come from experience
Originally Posted by kats
As I matured I felt the soul in their music and and could care less about the "clams" or technical prowess
Originally Posted by jayfrigo
There is music for art's sake, and music for commerce. I don't mix up the two, but I do take part in both.
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Old 15th August 2005
dfegad when there ar no squeaks in a recording, I generally tend to mix my own in. I have the best squeaks collection in the world. In fact I just did some bedspring squeak recordings last week that are phenomenal. I used a Serta Queen size pillowtop with a slightly off-color mutil-layered composite boxspring - I had some guys in LA mod the front end of the boxspring for me, and then we foudn some vintage cast iron bedframing from Daking that I had to trim a few db at 10k off of. The squeaks sound unbelievable. Best squeaks I aver recorded, hands down.
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