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    Zulugar

    6 years ago

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    Mar 26,  · Kind of. Sometimes. It depends. The vinyl LP is a format based on technology that hasn't evolved much over the last six decades: in some ways, it's the audio equivalent of driving a Ford Pilot.
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    Voodoorn

    6 years ago

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    Sep 07,  · The noise of the vinyl groove itself is called surface noise, it is a clean hiss containing mostly energy in the middle of the frequency range, it is picked up by the stylus even in silent grooves there is some residual surface noise. Sometimes you can hear another noise, clean hiss, louder than the surface noise, that comes from the analog.
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    Tojatilar

    6 years ago

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    May 08,  · called "HNW" (harsh noise wall). Now I have been listening to various kinds of "experimental noise" music's for quite some time, but HNW was and still is something which i'm not at all familiar with. In fact I can not even cite a single artist or group who is known to be associated with, or produce material that can qualify as true HNR.4/5().
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    Yozshucage

    6 years ago

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    VARIOUS 20 Of Another Kind ( UK track compilation LP including an otherwise unreleased studio version of Killing an Arab by The Cure, fully laminated picture sleeve. The vocal track & some instrumental parts of The Cure track are different and it predates the album version with a production that is rougher and more basic.
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    Zololkis

    6 years ago

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    Jul 14,  · The simple, verging on stupid harmony structure make it another weak song writing effort by Natalia Hajjara, Aaron Cowan this time together with C. Brown. Surprise, surprise, “Heart Of Stone” is a cover of a song by UK artist Jonathan Jeremiah/5(10).
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    Yozshugar

    6 years ago

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    Surface noise: Pops, clicks, crackles. You'll find them even on high-end setups. Dynamic range: Vinyl microgroove phonograph records typically yield dB, though the first play of the higher-fidelity outer rings can achieve a dynamic range of 70 dB. For comparison, bit PCM (CD quality) has a theoretical dynamic range of about 96 dB.
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    Nikogar

    6 years ago

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    Aug 22,  · In short: you can't change the sound of the vinyl. I found that all vinyl has its 'signature'. Like paint, vinyl varies from blend to blend and how it was manufactured. However, surface noise is greatly affected by your system. The right combination or component(s) -- and surface noise .
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    Vishicage

    6 years ago

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    Jan 26,  · Vinyl is a physical storage medium so subject to a host of variables which will affect the amount of surface noise. Things such as formulation of the vinyl, pressing practices, mould release materials, inner sleeve etc. if you can, a pre play cleaning of your new discs will give the best long term outcome. Then a prepay brush each and every time.