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Play album Buy Loading. Scrobble Stats? What is scrobbling? Artist images 22 more. La Luna 18, listeners Related Tags screamo female vocalists emo violence There are at least 4 bands called La Luna: 1 Indonesian easy listening retro-pop 2 Dutch folk jazz world pop 3 Belgian "beauty". Did this person ever release music one wonders? La Luna is Indonesian Band, also shares a similar fascination with easy-listening retro pop. The sound is a bit jazzier and the band often takes their cute love songs to a sadder place, exploring themes of long-distance longing and bittersweet breakups.
The band started out with a male vocalist singing in English when it formed… read more. There are at least 4 bands called La Luna: 1 Indonesian easy listening retro-pop 2 Dutch folk jazz world pop 3 Belgian "beauty".
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I'm Not Me. Diggin' Everything. I Know Your Bird. Garage Flying Saucers Stoning. Over You. It's All Around You. Still Running. The other components are much more upscale. Everything has been carefully selected for sonic neutrality. This isn't about conjuring mega-bass or shimmering highs.
The goal is flat frequency response, getting as close as possible to the sound on the original master tape. Nothing added or subtracted. When the shootout finally gets underway, lights are dimmed, eyelids fall and ears peak. With each cut sampled, the usual things are carefully pondered: presence, frequency extension, transparency, soundstage, texture, tonal correctness, and an elusive quirk called "tubey magic" seriously.
Every element is scrutinized in granular detail. If opinions diverge or memories fail, reference copies are pulled from the archive to check benchmarks. It's tedious work. When the grades are tabulated, a sonic pecking order emerges:. It's tempting to dismiss hot stampers as pseudoscience, like cryogenically treated speaker cables , power amp fuses zapped with Tesla coils , and every other confidence scheme devised to separate affluent middle-aged audiophiles from the contents of their wallets.
Talk to enough studio engineers and record plant technicians, though, and it becomes apparent that the aural disparity between records that Tom Port prattles on about really does exist.
Industry experts agree that copies of the same album can, and often do, sound different; sometimes a little, sometimes a lot. Not just from copy to copy, and from side A to side B, but from track to track, and, yes, even within the same track.
In fact, vinyl records made on the same stamper, during the same production run also can vary in sound quality. Other copies, bearing different record labels, pressed in different countries, using different equipment and personnel, will impart their own sonic flavor, which only muddles the issue further.
Only the producer, the mastering, and cutting engineers really know what that record was supposed to sound like. Most members of hobbyist web forums who discuss vinyl records are vehemently anti-hot stamper.
It's the exorbitant markup, of course, that provokes all the outrage. The first pressing, mastered by a young Bob Ludwig , beats every other pressing and reissue by a wide margin.
This record is easily identified by scanning the matrix, a product code located in the run-out area next to the label. Known among dealers as the "hot mix," it has such energy and dynamic range that when it was released it caused the needles on cheap record players to literally jump out of the grooves. This happened when Ahmet Ertegun, the president of Atlantic Records, brought a copy home to his daughter.
Judging the record defective, he immediately ordered a new pressing with the signal dialed down and compressed. Ludwig would later lament that this version " sounded puny and aghh! Still, like everything else having to do with manufacturing vinyl records, there are no rules or absolutes. A desirable matrix isn't foolproof. It's only a good omen. Vinyl Sheet. Luxury Vinyl Tiles and Planks.
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