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Wow i must check the new accept.can they top restless and wild.



The new Accept sounds like it may be one of the greatest albums of the year! Hopefully all the songs are the quality of the video?
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http://www.metalstorm.net/events/news_comments.php?news_id=24134



1349 always fun!
Edited by Redcarmoose - 8/8/14 at 1:18am
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1349 always fun!

 

Hell yeah, can't wait... It's up for pre-order at Bandcamp BTW.

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In case, you guys didn't know Ne Obliviscaris are doing crowdfunding for a world tour (India is part of it) Yeahhhhhh!!!!!!!!!

 

 

http://www.pozible.com/project/183510

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In case, you guys didn't know Ne Obliviscaris are doing crowdfunding for a world tour (India is part of it) Yeahhhhhh!!!!!!!!!

 

 

http://www.pozible.com/project/183510

Already pledged a lot of money :)
I really really want to see these guys live.

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Down at Maryland Deathfest last year was definitely incredible. I actually wasn't a big fan of Down before. I mean I like Anselmo and Pantera's got their place in history, but I rarely listen to their music. The live experience? Holy crap. 

 

Yeah, I wasn't a fan either (I only heard 'Bury Me in Smoke' a couple times on youtube) and I went without any expectations but holy Schiit, they were awesome! I now understand why I saw so many Down shirts at Roadburn...

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I bought the new remaster of Mastodon's Remission in 96/24 and it sounds incredible. So glad they're doing these remasters.

Did you level match with the original? Did you?
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Yeah, I wasn't a fan either (I only heard 'Bury Me in Smoke' a couple times on youtube) and I went without any expectations but holy Schiit, they were awesome! I now understand why I saw so many Down shirts at Roadburn...

 

haha yeah dude. Phil is just an AWESOME frontman, too. His energy and his ability to play with the crowd was top notch. 

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Did you level match with the original? Did you?

Lol here you are to bust my ass again. No I didn't, didn't even listen to the original again yet, I know I have it somewhere, but I need to re-rip it, and I'm far too lazy for that. Comparisons were just made from memory.

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The album in vinyl I have for Cosmic Jokers Galastic Supermarket is quad channel vinyl but I have to way to hear it in quad. It would be cool if somebody did a DTS vinyl rip of it!

Quadraphonic, Album = 4 speakers .

have you ever heard the quad system redcarmoose-i bet it was amazing

i playing you by gong now-you like?

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The album in vinyl I have for Cosmic Jokers Galastic Supermarket is quad channel vinyl but I have to way to hear it in quad. It would be cool if somebody did a DTS vinyl rip of it!

 

if it's SQ encoded quad, you can play it with a normal stereo stylus and use a multi-channel receiver (and dolby decoding) to play the LP in quad or more.  of course you are 2-channel guy so maybe you don't have a multi-receiver!

 

if it's CD-4 encoded i have no idea how to play it, AFAIK you need the right stylus and it can't be decoded through dolby but i might be wrong

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Lol here you are to bust my ass again. No I didn't, didn't even listen to the original again yet, I know I have it somewhere, but I need to re-rip it, and I'm far too lazy for that. Comparisons were just made from memory.

On a completely unrelated note, that Magni/Modi combo is nice in that office, right? :-)
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if it's SQ encoded quad, you can play it with a normal stereo stylus and use a multi-channel receiver (and dolby decoding) to play the LP in quad or more.  of course you are 2-channel guy so maybe you don't have a multi-receiver!

if it's CD-4 encoded i have no idea how to play it, AFAIK you need the right stylus and it can't be decoded through dolby but i might be wrong


There was two different types of quad. I did hear quad in the 1970s. But now we have multichannel that is really the same thing. With DTS home theatre you can decode the 4 channel that is available. There is Dark Side Of the Moon in DVD audio, also there is Quad mix of Live At Pompeii that was taken from the quad version of the Pink Floyd movie which showed in special quad theaters in San Francisco and New York, years before movie surround sound.


Cosmic Jokers are the type of music that was really perfect for 4 channel. Also if you search there are two different multichannel mixes of Dark Side Of The Moon. DTS and an 4.1 mix by Alan Parsons. Pink Floyd didn't really like the mix but it was released on quad vinyl back in the day. The Alan Parsons mix is a little different from the stereo album. Also he mixed everything to the outside. The new DTS is mixed more into the middle.

I did not know that Dolby would decode some quad. There is actually one type of quad that you needed a quad needle to hear. It is all fun. Now though we have DTS which much of this old quad had been transferred to. At one time I had a 4 channel 1/4 inch reel to reel that allows you to record and play back quad. Most of this stuff is more of a hassle than it is worth in the end. Best to play the DTS files also so many live concerts are multichannel if your looking for multichannel metal music.


In the early 1970s they would play the quad version of Dark Side Of The Moon really loud in Planetariums with laser shows on the ceiling, all the seats were leaning back so you could look up at the show. I went to that once.
Edited by Redcarmoose - 8/8/14 at 1:31pm
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Originally Posted by keepitsimple View Post

Quadraphonic, Album = 4 speakers .
have you ever heard the quad system redcarmoose-i bet it was amazing
i playing you by gong now-you like?

I like the album You by Gong. It is a classic. A nice detour from metal. I have a first pressing on vinyl import of You.
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