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+1. Iam afraid to think what garbage teenagers and young adults will be listening in ten years.
Can you wear earplugs at work so you don't have to listen to it? Or even better, IEMs so you can block it out & listen to your own music.
Rap is a no go for me, I see it as brainwashing, not music to begin with.
Yes it work as tribal brainwashing if one are a member of this community, these ''music'' styles are not pop music for a global audience but only war hymns for these groups of teenagers who are already part of the community since early age.I feel sorry for these people, they are a cultural problem.
Same exact thing could be said for 'rock and roll' back in the mid 1950's. the exact same sort of negatives back then.Rap is not the problem. In fact Rap has added immensely to the musical environment beyond it's own style, and has plenty of amazingly great talented songs.And just like any style, there ARE hacks and hangers' on who suck at it. Plus all the posers and posing for whatever personal reasons.. same but different... as other musical art forms.
I've watched a video or two where the sound engineer uses compression in a mix. In the hands of a pro who knows what they're doing, yes it can definitely enhance a mix. Listening to streaming through PA system at work IMO the use of compression in modern Pop is really just a cover up for lack or no talent with vocals. In the past with Pop vocals the singer/s actually had a voice with talent to sing. I find the use of compression annoying and it's difficult for me to describe why, I think it acts on the brain subconsciously. When listening to many dvd's I have I find compression contributes to listening fatigue that can last for days. And that's another thing, after hearing compressed streaming at work for a shift, when I get home I don't want to listen to music on my rig, I just sit in silence resting my ears from the noise people call music, at work.
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