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No rock or processed music for me thanks.
Best is recordings you really really know well.
What she said!
1. Listen to music you know well... then you can really hear the differences.2. YouTube has a bunch of Audifile test playlist that are fun, full variety of music recorded lossy or 24bit 96Hz.3. This seeming pretentious album:https://music.apple.com/us/album/the-ultimate-demonstration-disc/261629584It seems humorous at first, except that going through it I found it was useful...Plus, I really enjoy the music.Oh, I’m not an audiophile...I just built some X-Static’s I wanted to test.
By framing each of Robert Johnson’s songs with small instrumental miniatures, Carmen Gomes Inc. have created an album that sounds like an imaginary road movie. Listening one perceives Robert walking late at night, en route in the Mississippi Delta, reflecting back on his life.The low A, 27.5 Hz, from the bowed down tuned double bass representing the Mississippi night, the drums creating the sounds surrounding the night and the guitar being Robert’s mind.
...."This is some of the best sounding drum sound I have ever heard on a recording. Very dynamic and not reserved. The sound of the double bass is full, rich and powerful where needed but with no hint of bloat. And the guitar.....It is clear and reverberant. Naturally, not with added reverb. Of course, the vocals are captured beautifully. Carmen is right there in front of you. This recording doesn’t take you to the recording studio. Even better, it brings the recording studio to your listening room. Very few studio recordings do this. The drums to the left, Carmen in the middle in front of the instruments and the bass just to the right of her and the guitar to the right side of the soundstage. The sound is totally three dimensional. You almost feel like you can reach out and touch everyone. The sound is totally open with natural decay and depth. It is stunning. It really is. No hyperbole."....
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