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Aural Perfection



In 1915, Thomas Edison proclaimed that he could record a live performance and reproduce it perfectly, shocking audiences who found themselves unable to tell whether what they were hearing was an Edison Diamond Disc or a flesh-and-blood musician. Today, the equation is reversed. Whereas Edison proposed that a real performance could be rebuilt with absolute perfection, Pro Tools and digital samplers now allow musicians and engineers to create the illusion of performances that never were. In between lies a century of sonic exploration into the balance between the real and the represented.Tracing the contours of this history, Greg Milner takes us through the major breakthroughs and glorious failures in the art and science of recording. An American soldier monitoring Nazi radio transmissions stumbles onto the open yet revolutionary secret of magnetic tape. Japanese and Dutch researchers build a first-generation digital audio format and watch as their "compact disc" is marketed by the music industry as the second coming of Edison yet derided as heretical by analog loyalists. The music world becomes addicted to volume in the nineties and fights a self-defeating "loudness war" to get its fix.From Les Paul to Phil Spector to King Tubby, from vinyl to pirated CDs to iPods, Milner's Perfecting Sound Forever pulls apart musical history to answer a crucial question: Should a recording document reality as faithfully as possible, or should it improve upon or somehow transcend the music it records? The answers he uncovers will change the very way we think about music.




Aural perfection



Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality downloads of Deep Freeze single, Hard Gum, Why Can't I See You Tonight 7" single, and What You Do To Me single. , and , . Purchasable with gift card Buy Digital Discography $19.80 USD or more (10% OFF) Send as Gift Why Can't I See You Tonight yellow vinyl 7" (Limited 100) Record/Vinyl + Digital Album 100 pressed on yellow vinyl. Only available at So What shows, Just Add Water Records web store, and our Bandcamp store.The originators of the HARD GUM SOUND are back with their GLAMTASTIC follow-up to the aural perfection that was their debut single, "What You Do To Me". Infectious A-side ripper, "Why Can't I See You Tonight", pulls out all the stops with Moogs, handclaps, fuzz guitars, and a wordless choruses that will be stuck in your head for days! B-side is their homage to their favorite band and biggest influence, THE EQUALS. "I Can See But You Don't Know" was originally recorded by THE EQUALS in 1970 and as JESSE HECTOR so eloquently put it, "Now, that was PUNK before PUNK!" Includes unlimited streaming of Why Can't I See You Tonight 7" single via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. $(".buyItem .bd").last().bcTruncate(TruncateProfile.get("buyItem"), "more", "less"); Sold Out Share / Embed 1. Why Can't I See You Tonight 03:08 info 2. I Can See But You Don't Know 02:49 about The originators of the HARD GUM SOUND are back with their GLAMTASTIC follow-up to the aural perfection that was their debut single, "What You Do To Me". Infectious A-side ripper, "Why Can't I See You Tonight", pulls out all the stops with Moogs, handclaps, fuzz guitars, and a wordless choruses that will be stuck in your head for days! B-side is their homage to their favorite band and biggest influence, THE EQUALS. "I Can See But You Don't Know" was originally recorded in by THE EQUALS in 1970, and as JESSE HECTOR so eloquently put it, "Now, that was PUNK before PUNK!" $(".tralbum-about").last().bcTruncate(TruncateProfile.get("tralbum_about"), "more", "less"); credits released May 20, 2016 "Why Can't I See You Tonight" (Jason Duncan) (c) 2016 Dunky Kong Music BMI"I Can See But You Don't Know" (Eddy Grant) (c) 1970 Grant Music/Kassner MusicJason Duncan: lead vocals, lead guitar, synthesizer, percussionJeff Glave: rhythm guitar, backing vocals, percussionRob Green: the drums, backing vocals, percussionOmar Perez: bass guitar, percussionArranged by So WhatEngineered by Sean LennonAdditional engineering by Alex SpencerMixed by Sean Lennon with Jason DuncanRecorded at Shabby Road and The Tuff Bunker, Emeryville , CA Sleeve design, So What logo, graphics, and layout by Doran ShelleyDedicated to Melba "Marzy" Bagwell. Never to be forgotten. (P) 2016 Just Add Water Records Inc. $(".tralbum-credits").last().bcTruncate(TruncateProfile.get("tralbum_long"), "more", "less"); license all rights reserved tags Tags bay area bubblegum glam hammersmith gorillas hard gum jook junkshop rock so what so what oakland the equals power pop protopunk Oakland Shopping cart total USD Check out about So What Oakland, California


From its malfunctioning, glitchy opening - which quickly transitions into fast hardsynth with just the right hint of metal - to its symphonic electronica ending - like how the soundtrack to Knight Rider might sound in a parallel universe where cyberpunk rules - Mechanical Perfection is the best assault on the aural senses you will experience without actually plugging your brain into some kind of dangerous plutonium-fuelled darksynth machine. Never before has a title been so apt!


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Mariah Carey's "All I Want For Christmas Is You" is a modern Christmas classic; the holiday season doesn't really begin until you've resisted the urge to belt the lyrics to that song in the middle of a store while it pipes over the sound system. It's basically aural perfection, but now the singer is taking things one step further: Mariah Carey's "All I Want for Christmas Is You" will be an animated movie, which might be totally random but is also sure to get you in the holiday spirit. Even if the announcement is coming in March.


Achieving auditory perfection for string musicians takes time, maturity and discovery. Through all the complexities, being aware of what you are playing and reaching sophisticated auditory skill is one of the most crucial steps in improving weak or irregular tone. Reaching the tone you desire and finding that perfect blend between vibrato, tone and pitch takes shifting your focus to the foundation: the bow.


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