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Thanks Kyuu!

 

I PM'ed Currawong, and he just reverted it for me.

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great news, admin rules, thx Currawong biggrin.gif

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I'm really kicking myself hard to choice the time when Gintaras is on DJ mode to send my G-2 back.  confused_face.gif  Never thought I'd miss them that much.

 

Hope Dale/Andy will surprise me with some good news soon!

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Eke, I think we have another contender on the radar for your review and comparison.

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oh boys, if you feel musical today and do not mind Russian folk singing i have one stunning performance for you. Pelageja, she is 27 y.o. only, she was born with such a voice... it is four full octaves, .... boys i repeat it, voice four octaves... mind blowing what she can with her voice... four octaves boys, four !!!

 

 

and another song from her:


Edited by Gintaras - 8/17/13 at 8:58am
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Check Indian and Persian vocalist or Mongolian throat singers.
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Originally Posted by kyuuketsuki View Post


Which customs?

Ended up with a pair of UM Miracle

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Check Indian and Persian vocalist or Mongolian throat singers.

 

Audionewb, i heard and listened to Persian and else... but if we talk about golden voices here is one for you. when i meant Pelageja she is indeed similar unique voice... just comprehend please, four octaves, you can check Persian but i bet you find few very few with 4 octave voice.

 

this lady was named best Carmen of all times by the world critics:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elena_Obraztsova

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Eke, I think we have another contender on the radar for your review and comparison.

 

Oh those seem interesting. I'd be interested to see how those compare to the SD3 too. I'm actually slightly more interested in those than the SD3 for some reason...

 

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Ended up with a pair of UM Miracle

 

Oh totally understandable. I have my eye on the UM Miracle for my first custom. I've only heard good things about them.

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Gintaras do you eq up 2k and 5k to get fuller mids? Those are important frequencies for mids tonality imo, and I missed them with the ASG-2.
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Eke, I think we have another contender on the radar for your review and comparison.

 

I heard of that, but I don't know of anyone else who has it on our side of the world.

 

Looking forward to your thoughts when you get it.

 

 

 

 

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this lady was named best Carmen of all times by the world critics:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elena_Obraztsova

 

...why?

 

That may be my least favorite performance of Carmen's Habanera I've heard.

 

For instance, this is far better to my ears...and it isn't even my favorite:

 

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Eke, sure we can like different singers... pay attention Obraztsova recordings are old and quality surely no par to what you hear today.

 

i do not claim she is top ever, Maria Callas comes to mind... but i wanted to point Audionewb to distinction between great powerful voices and voice range.... the four octave is considered unique by definition. that was my point. bringing examples of some Arab, Persian or Oriental singers makes little sense unless we can point to similar phenomena voice range.

 

check the list of known four octave voices http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Singers_with_a_four_octave_vocal_range


Edited by Gintaras - 8/17/13 at 9:52am
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gnarlsagan, i am sorry but EQ is taboo in my language, only pure music allowed on playback, pro EQ is studio work but else i would not touch it. no i did not.

sorry mate i am damn conservative, if gear cannot sound pure i do not care about EQ. ASG2 can and so i am happy basshead.gif

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Oh totally understandable. I have my eye on the UM Miracle for my first custom. I've only heard good things about them.
I own and really like the Miracles, but as I understand it the ASg2 mids are quite rich and lush? This is clearly not something you find on the Miracles.
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gnarlsagan, i am sorry but EQ is taboo in my language, only pure music allowed on playback, pro EQ is studio work but else i would not touch it. no i did not.
sorry mate i am damn conservative, if gear cannot sound pure i do not care about EQ. ASG2 can and so i am happy basshead.gif

Do you use a shallow or deep fit? Fit affects the treble peak by ~5dB, so which fit is the most pure?
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