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post #3676 of 3682
My god I can'tbelieve iI've never heard of joni Mitchell before! . So much control, articulation and beautiful tonality. The instruments are spot on too.
post #3677 of 3682

^^ She gets lot's attention on hdtracks and seems universally praised for the mastering. But for me, her albums just don't quite do it for me. I guess that I'm just disconnected with the music. And the mastering seems just average.

post #3678 of 3682
To each his own. . Who knows, maybe if I'd been listening on headphones I wouldn't have liked her but my speaker system can be rather musical at times.
post #3679 of 3682

Even if the sound of Joni Mitchell's classic album "Blue" would suck the music would be still wonderful, To me music comes first, sound quality second.

Luckily both sound and songs are great.

 

 

I love the sound of Bettie Serveert's debut, very dry, but really natural.

 

 


Edited by Mink - 11/11/14 at 12:52pm
post #3680 of 3682
Going to my first meet tomorrow and would like to take a pretty diverse selection of music and wondering if anyone could give me some suggestions of good produced music that would help show both flaws and musicality in the highs specifically.
post #3681 of 3682

I have found that Joshua Redman has some well recorded stuff.

 

 

 

 

 

I also find That the first song in the Dave Brubeck Album, Young Lions and Old Tigers, Roy Hargrove is lovely as well. I cant find it on Youtube.

 

 

 

And This song from Splender I think is a great test of treble and clarity as well. I think it is well recorded with a slight treble emphasis


Edited by dudlew - 11/13/14 at 5:02pm
post #3682 of 3682
Quote:
Originally Posted by DoctaCosmos View Post

Going to my first meet tomorrow and would like to take a pretty diverse selection of music and wondering if anyone could give me some suggestions of good produced music that would help show both flaws and musicality in the highs specifically.

The music from Flim & the BB's would probably be good for testing the musicality. I have many of their CD's and my favourite tracks for testing are:

 

Tricycle from the album Tricycle

Lunch Hour Wedding March from the album Tricycle

Just Another Beautiful Day from the album Neon

Street Charmer from the album Big Notes

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