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  1. Jan 14,  · It doesn’t get more ’80s than the sound of a sampler, but the basic blueprint for sampling actually goes back to the ’60s. Forward-looking keyboardists in the ’60s created orchestral.
    5 Stories You Didn't Know About 'The Sound Of Music,' As Told By Julie Andrews
  2. This is the BEST Rolling Stones 3 CD compilation set to date of their material beginning with because it is the latest one with the latest remastering technology. The sound and the song selection are excellent and it includes songs from their latest "Blue & Lonesome" album/5().
    what makes CD players sound different to each other?
  3. May 06,  · Things have changed. I actively dislike the sound of LPs. I really like the sound of digital files played back on my DAP. My sense is that digital signals don't want to be anywhere near AC. A CD player doesn't sound as good, as whole and as complete as that same file stored to micro sd and played back on a battery powered DAP.
    Parent reviews for The Sound of Music
  4. Optical sound became the standard motion picture audio system throughout the world and remains so for theatrical release prints despite attempts in the s to substitute magnetic soundtracks. Currently, all release prints on 35 mm movie film include an analog optical soundtrack, usually stereo with Dolby SR noise reduction. In addition, an optically recorded digital soundtrack in Dolby Digital and/or Sony SDDS .
    5 Music Inventions that Rocked the ’80s—and Every Decade After
  5. If And Then There Were Three suggested that Genesis were moving toward pop, Duke is where they leaped into the fray. Not that it was exactly a head-first leap: the band may have peppered the album with pop songs, but there was still a heavy dose of prog, as the concluding "Duke" suite made clear.
    Moonlight and Magnolias
  6. Mar 11,  · CD players do all sound the same. They should do, because they all do the same basic, simple and well-understood task. The more time, effort, energy and money you put into accomplishing a task, the better you do at it, whatever your approach may be. It's actually quite silly to expect CD players to 'sound' different, if you really think about it.
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