How do we know if it’s real?


#1
In the last few posts we have been covering a lot of ground centering around the idea that recordings properly made can sound quite live on a good system. Even older recordings from the 1950′s and 60′s still sound remarkably […]

#2

If I can touch it then it may be real… :slight_smile:



http://www.pstracks.com/pauls-posts/10648/10648/



J.P.


#3
If I can touch it then it may be real... :)

http://www.pstracks.com/pauls-posts/10648/10648/

J.P.


Or, conversely, if it 'touches' you . . .

--SSW


#4

Thanks Paul.

I like where this could go.

It is indeed the two most important ends of the spectrum.



The creation… And how we listen to it.


#5

I am trying. Thanks for reading Gordon! Fascinating stuff to me - seems to put some others to sleep.


#6

How do we know if it’s real?

Taking canned music to a while different level?

Well, here is an additional spin on this topic.

http://www.ted.com/talks/john_walker_re_creates_great_performances.html



#7

I learned of this years ago. It is fascinating how many odd little extra keystrokes and other mistakes are captured on the recordings.



Very cool.


#8

The concept of slightly different performances from the same can is amazing.