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  1. I think the title of this thread is self-explanatory. Let me start with these three songs: From the fantastic 1970 Royal Albert Hall concert. From the 'Black' Album. [video=youtube;CD-E-LDc384] I once damaged my foot tapping to the thythm while watching this DVD BTW I used to say that for me after Rage Against the Machine (meaning after circa 2000) not much happened in rock. I'd love somebody to prove me wrong.. Let's have fun!!!
  2. For me music comes first but I'm also a movie fan. And a music movie is a territory where the two in one way or another come together. I quite often search IMDB and RottenTomatoes for the stuff I haven't seen yet. Hope this thread can be some inspiration for CA members who are interested in the genre. There are so many great music movies and it's really difficult to choose one or two as the absolutely best so I'll start with titles that simply first come to mind: Milos Forman's 'Amadeus' surely needs no introduction: Not a music movie per se but a classic Godfrey Reggio's documentary in which Philip Glass'music compliments the picture in such an organic way that it's difficult not to mention it: Spike Lee's 'Mo' Better Blues', starring Denzel Washington, soundtrack - Branford Marsalis Quartet ft. Terence Blanchard.
  3. In my formative years (1978 - 88 or so) there had been one outstanding Radio DJ for me, an Englishmen from Dartford / Kent (by chance the hometown of Mick Jagger), presenting radio shows from Cologne and Essen, Germany: Mr. Alan Bangs (born 1951), working for BFBS (British Forces Broadcasting Service) and WDR (West German Broadcast): For young DuckToller he took over musical education from Wolfman, whose US Top 40 I had heard almost every Sunday afternoon when I was 12, but Alan provided for me content and context of music like I had never heard before. And gave me a lot of music I have heard afterwards, again and again. In Europe his face was well known in these times when Rock music wasn’t very present at TV and MTV and VH-1 did not exist yet. Alan Bangs fronted the Rockpalast shows and Rockpalast Nights, which were broadcasted all over Europe via television and radio simultaneously. AT BFBS he was a colleague of the legendary John Peel, but much more intrigued to provide more than an indie radio playlist, his enthusiasm of difference was expressed in something like an hour of playing “Fever” in various interpretations, playing one full album in his show or doing i.e. shows about the topic Pain/Hurt. Unheard , back then. We need to understand here that the German radio/TV landscape was divided by stately organized owned regional broadcasting networks under public control founded by the winning alliance after WW2, which were obliged to create a diaspora of culture and education in order to diversify public opinion after the period of the Fascist regime until 1945. Mr. Bangs signed up from London to the BFBS which controlled the North-Western part of Germany and he started his first program there in 1973 (until 1989) and took over at WDR for 1979 until 1995. While he did Night programs that suited his style far better than daytime slots, he carried the censorship of the (BR) Bavarian Network for his shows as a badge of honor. Info: The conservative Bavarian government (i.e. like TEXAS) always gained content control through relational castings of main functions in the station. They still do so. Alan was dismissed from the recently founded format radio WDR1 1995 after he played in his show (Youth format) a chanson from Jacques Brel and a piece of Debussy followed by a track from German industrial noise-artists Einstürzende Neubauten. That event had been sought incommensurate for the program’s chain of command and ended the career of one of the most respected and loved DJ in German radio after the 2nd world war. While this had been the 90ties and most of the young adults back then hated format radio, this had been the time the newly found conservatism und Chancellor Kohl took control in public financed media while at the same time a private owned network diaspora started to evolve. Just today I’ve heard mainstream, classic and hardcore in the same playlist that comes along with Qobuz after my album of choice has finished. I’ve heard Washington originals Bad Brains just after Dreams from Fleetwood Mac and just before Jodyline Gallarvadin (modern classic). In ’95 you were fired for that. And I would think that in many format radio station you may be cancelled too, today. In ‘92 one of the aims of our free radio project RADIO LORETTA in Hamburg had been exactly to provide dynamics through listening to transitions from free jazz to Hip-Hop and classic to hardcore as a shout out and aural postcard from reality. The policy of maximum transitions. Back then I knew it was different but understand our subversive approach even more clearly when I read what happened to Alan Bangs. Alan Bangs with Mitch Ryder Back to Alan Bangs, he presented and made me see and record in stereophony live concerts when broadcasting the Rockpalast Night in Eurovision between 1977 and 1986. Concerts from The Undertones, The Who, Grateful Dead (just 15 minutes before I gracefully fell asleep - haha) The Police, Little Steven & The Disciples of Soul, Mitch Ryder, Peter Gabriel, Patti Smith, Graham Parker & The Rumour, Prince live from Syracuse NY, ZZ Top, Mink de Ville, Van Morrison, The Kinks, Joe Jackson, Elvis Costello, Joe Jackson, John Cale, Jackson Browne, Big Country and many more. He was also involved in the Rockpalast series of recorded concerts for WDR television. Here is the impressive list of artists they had on stage. By chance I got my hands on a huge excel list which contains the decade long work of the Alan Bangs fan club, the Friends of Alan, who collected data from almost all shows with artists and records played in Alan’s career as DJ in the German radio diaspora spanning almost 40 years. The list includes more than 15k songs from more than 4.5 k different artist. At this point I really like to thank them by heart for their great work! I clearly remember the show when I got introduced to Robbie Robertson or the ones when he presented Daniel Lanois or Dream Syndicate. I always hoped that my brief encounter in the free radio scene in Hamburg would allow me wee bit of time to show qualities he had when I listen to him. If anyone was an idol to my teenage self, it was him: smart, confrontative, knowledgeable and prime in his exquisite taste … Therefore I was very excited to lay my hand on this list ;-) Thus, I used my once acquired skills and reworked the list a wee bit, and I have now an Excel file that informs us, how often particular artists were presented and how often particular songs were played. While the majority of songs only appear one or two times, there are roughly one k of songs he played 3 times or more. That is the entry door for the party, looking back in the past into the playlist of –uhm- “excellent taste” (afaik ;-)) for the outstanding music played on air by Alan between 1975 and 2012. Mostly Rock music, lots of Blues and country influenced and singer songwriters, rarely songs that were suitable for the mainstream format radio. Ok, some are, but overall I see this as a great option to dive into a legacy of a very respected hero of modern rock broadcasting in Europe. In case you are interested to get the file, please PM me Further reading: (English) Alan Bangs Rockpalast (German) Friends of Alan Alan Banks Archive
  4. Qobuz THX Spatial Audio. Have you listened to it, what do you think? I don't have a decent pair of headphones but from what I can hear it sounds quite nice. :)
  5. TikTok Music App? Now this could be interesting with 750 million monthly users. https://www.cnet.com/tech/services-and-software/a-tiktok-music-app-may-be-in-the-works/
  6. View Classified PS Audio DirectStream DAC Hi-End stereo Audiophile class A+ component This is the one of the best DACs ever! The reason for sale - I have two of these: one in a living room, one in my office. I'm thinking of selling the one from the office because I just don't really listen to it much - COVID slowdown is over, so have to work. The DirectStream DAC is a reference standard D to A converter. It is unlike any standard chip-based DAC, and has received countless awards, worldwide. It handles all PCM sources up to 352.8 kHz, and DSD 64 and 128 (USB and I2S), and DSD256 (I2S). Its zero-loss digital volume control allows it to be used as a preamplifier, directly feeding a power amp. Output Stage - Passive audio transformer, fed by high current, high speed analog amps producing double rate DSD. USB Digital Input Asynchronous 100% DSD BASED D-A CONVERTER FULLY BALANCED FROM INPUT TO OUTPUT ZERO-LOSS VOLUME CONTROL DXD SUPPORT DIRECT SIGNAL PASS WITH 1x MASTER CLOCK IMPROVES IMAGING + SOUNDSTAGE 7x DIGITAL INPUTS IMMUNE TO OUTSIDE SOURCE JITTER COLOR TOUCH SCREEN Mint condition. Factory double box and all accessories. Firmware v5.0.0 (Sunlight) installed. Luxurious remote which can control other PS Audio components too. New cost $6500 Asking $2900 Plus shipping and PayPal fee (Zelle, Venmo, PayPal Friends&Family - no fee) Class A+ Stereophile rated DirectStream DAC converts any digital input format from CDs, servers, and streamers, into a pure DSD format and outputs near-perfect analog directly to your power amplifier or preamplifier. Whatever the format, sample rate, or medium, DirectStream provides a pure output that fulfills the promise of high-resolution analog performance from digital sources. Hear what’s been missing in your music for all these years. If you know the sound of music and instruments and want to hear what’s been missing on your discs, then this DAC is right for you. Most of today’s sophisticated DACs are IC based instruments using off-the-shelf-chips that rely upon Multi-bit Sigma-Delta functions to process the incoming digital audio. While these are relatively simple to design and produce, they rarely give the best sonic results. DirectStream takes a different approach by first converting all digital audio signals into a purer form of digital audio known as DSD. DSD is a far more analog-like encoding and decoding process than the classic CD based PCM. In fact, most modern A/D converters used to make recordings are DSD based already. DirectStream takes both PCM and DSD, upsamples the data and converts to single-bit DSD and then outputs pure music regardless of input format for the data. The results of this design can be heard in increased musical information presented to the listener at every opportunity. When you listen to DirectStream you never are accosted by added bright, hard glare in the music as happens with many active designs. Instead, clean, pure music flows from the DirectStream directly to your preamplifier or power amplifier. Seller Anton_s0s Date 08/27/21 Price 2,900.00 USD Category Digital to Analog Converters  
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    This is the one of the best DACs ever! The reason for sale - I have two of these: one in a living room, one in my office. I'm thinking of selling the one from the office because I just don't really listen to it much - COVID slowdown is over, so have to work. The DirectStream DAC is a reference standard D to A converter. It is unlike any standard chip-based DAC, and has received countless awards, worldwide. It handles all PCM sources up to 352.8 kHz, and DSD 64 and 128 (USB and I2S), and DSD256 (I2S). Its zero-loss digital volume control allows it to be used as a preamplifier, directly feeding a power amp. Output Stage - Passive audio transformer, fed by high current, high speed analog amps producing double rate DSD. USB Digital Input Asynchronous 100% DSD BASED D-A CONVERTER FULLY BALANCED FROM INPUT TO OUTPUT ZERO-LOSS VOLUME CONTROL DXD SUPPORT DIRECT SIGNAL PASS WITH 1x MASTER CLOCK IMPROVES IMAGING + SOUNDSTAGE 7x DIGITAL INPUTS IMMUNE TO OUTSIDE SOURCE JITTER COLOR TOUCH SCREEN Mint condition. Factory double box and all accessories. Firmware v5.0.0 (Sunlight) installed. Luxurious remote which can control other PS Audio components too. New cost $6500 Asking $2900 Plus shipping and PayPal fee (Zelle, Venmo, PayPal Friends&Family - no fee) Class A+ Stereophile rated DirectStream DAC converts any digital input format from CDs, servers, and streamers, into a pure DSD format and outputs near-perfect analog directly to your power amplifier or preamplifier. Whatever the format, sample rate, or medium, DirectStream provides a pure output that fulfills the promise of high-resolution analog performance from digital sources. Hear what’s been missing in your music for all these years. If you know the sound of music and instruments and want to hear what’s been missing on your discs, then this DAC is right for you. Most of today’s sophisticated DACs are IC based instruments using off-the-shelf-chips that rely upon Multi-bit Sigma-Delta functions to process the incoming digital audio. While these are relatively simple to design and produce, they rarely give the best sonic results. DirectStream takes a different approach by first converting all digital audio signals into a purer form of digital audio known as DSD. DSD is a far more analog-like encoding and decoding process than the classic CD based PCM. In fact, most modern A/D converters used to make recordings are DSD based already. DirectStream takes both PCM and DSD, upsamples the data and converts to single-bit DSD and then outputs pure music regardless of input format for the data. The results of this design can be heard in increased musical information presented to the listener at every opportunity. When you listen to DirectStream you never are accosted by added bright, hard glare in the music as happens with many active designs. Instead, clean, pure music flows from the DirectStream directly to your preamplifier or power amplifier.

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  8. I've been listening to quite a selection of Apple's new spatial audio music and it all sounds great on my speaker system. I imagine it sounds even better on headphones. This could become really popular.
  9. Ok so I'm considering ordering a Yamaha RS202 2 channel stereo reciever with Bluetooth. I have two 6 1/2 inch B.I.C. America venturi bookshelf speakers DV64. I have a somewhat small room. I feel like this will be a good way for me to just chill and listen to music with Bluetooth on my phone. I asked a question about the pa speakers in my room. Took the advice got rid of them. I just want clear decent sound. Theres the pic so u have a idea of the room.
  10. Ok last week I recived a set of Rockville RSG12 passive PA speakers and a Technical Pro ia25u amp as a gift. I feel like the amp is a pice of crap. But i think the speakers are actually pretty nice. I only need them for music. And its just the right and left speaker. But my question is. Is it ok to use these speakers the way I am using them. I plan to get a rockville amp with Bluetooth so i can use my phone instead of a USB stick. Also I am pretty sure that this technical pro amp is not 600 watts like it says. It seems week
  11. NASA telescope has revealed largest batch of seven Earth-size, habitable-zone planets around single star! https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/02/170222130941.htm I'm asking myself just one question - what music and audio gear do they have there.? Well, maybe just one more - what would they think about MQA.?
  12. WHAT IS THE TRUE EXPERIMENTAL TWEAK THREAD ALL ABOUT? I have always wanted a thread where any subject is possible. No experiment is too crazy to add here. No idea is too bold to reveal. Take it away! Enlight your thoughts and share your ideas how to improve SQ and how not to. Anyone can encurage and educate you but no one should let you down, deminage you or simply move you to another thread. Everyone is welcome as long as they accepts a different way of thinking! TOPIC DIGEST With a little help of @austinpop I have realised that this thread is all over the place. Even if this is one of the fundamental ideas behind this thread, it could be a good idea to sum-up the things that have proven to be beneficial to SQ in this thread. I will keep it plain & simple. Remember that these are essentially my own findings in my own setup with Tidal FLAC and Tidal MQA as source. As always YMMV! LAN 1. Cat 6a U/UTP 500Mhz ethernet cables sounds better than Cat5, Cat5E, Cat6 & Cat7+ in my setup. Ghent Audio Cat 6a ET02 with JSSG shielding and Metz plugs rules them all. 2. Network switch improve SQ with input on port 1 and output on the last port. Possible explanation is QoS and also that the ports are in different magnetic boxes inside the switch. 3. Using a AQVOX switch with better clock improves SQ compared to a D-Link DSG-105 network switch. 4. A wireless adapter/wireless bridge/router in client mode into a network switch sounds better than battery powered FMCs and hardwired LAN. 5. Router vastly improves SQ with a floating LPS and even more if the floating PSU is connected to a DC blocker trap filter. IME a router upgrade could be beneficial to SQ. 6. Galvanic isolation/DC blocker in the signal path pre the router improves SQ. 7. Wireless adapter vastly improves connected to a floating IT. 8. RJ45 socket enhancers seems to be more efficient on port 4 & 5. Don't ask me why! GND 1. Grounding a metal chassi network switch to a tourmaline grounding box greatly improves SQ. 2. Different tourmaline grounding boxes improves the sound signature in different ways. 3. Grounding the DC negative terminal of the floating SMPS works great. In my setup it sounds best connected to a grounding box instead of to the power strip safety ground receptacle. Just be aware of possible leakage loops between various network devices. A big thanks @JohnSwenson for this tip. USB 1. Covering the outer USB barrels with electrical tape improves SQ slightly with unshielded USB cables. Capasitive coupling between metal barrel and pins? 2. Uptone Audio´s USPCB improves SQ. 3. ATL Hi-Fi´s 8 conductor USB cable with dual unconnected shields (5v+GND & Data- & Data+) with JSSG loop improved SQ compared to other longer (<50cm) USB cables that I´ve tried. DC 1. Network switch sounds best with dual floating PSUs or battery power (but very important to disconnect the battery charger while listening to music). Dual floating PSU is slightly better than battery power, but battery power is slightly better than single floating PSU. 2. Powering several devices with a single floating SMPS sounds better than powering the very same devices with several battery supplies. Also, powering several devices with a single battery supply sounds better than using multiple identical battery supplies. Self-inflicted noise? 3. Canare 4S6 starquad does improve SQ where ever applied. Canare 4S6 with JSSG seems to be even more effective. Thanks [email protected]! 4. Grounding the DC negative output of a floating SMPS improves SQ. Grounding the chassi/case decrease SQ. Be aware of shared ground paths since this could potensially decrease SQ. 5. Dual LT3045 ultra-low noise voltage regulators in series with 1v drop-down close to the powered device improves SQ quite dramaticly. 6. Kemet aluminium Polymer caps A750 series (25v 560uF) vastly improves LT3045 when added at the DC output. On single LT3045 the Kemet improves on both in- and output. 7. Panasonic FC series type A aluminium electrolytic caps improves on the PSU output terminals. AC 1. A DC blocker trap filter pre a safety isolation transformer improves SQ even though it is dead silent (no hum). DC blockers trap filter pre a floating PSU into a router vastly improves SQ. DC stress reliever? 2. SQ improves when battery chargers is connected to a separate powerstrip connected directly to the AC wall outlet, bypassing the isolation transformer completely. 3. A safety isolation transformer with floating secondary improves SQ more than a Ultra Isolation transformer. A balanced isolation transformer with floating center-tap rules them all! 4. Daisy chained floating grounds (dual floating grounds) sounds better than a single floating ground. In my setup floating SMPS's improve SQ connected to a floating IT, even surpassing battery supplies. Thanks for the suggestion @lmitche! 5. AC mains starquad power cables greatly improves SQ. 6. AC mains voltage regulators improves SQ on the signal chain. Even cheaper versions are effective. Not as effective on high power devices such as active speakers and amp due to a still unknown reason.
  13. https://tidal.com/album/74836663 Exciting new music based on the writings of Fernando Pessoa heteronym "Alexander Search".
  14. Hello everyone!I need a new samples!Can you help me?Last time i was downloading samples from this site-https://www.lucidsamples.com/22-hip-hop-samples-packs Recommend me a new site!PLS!
  15. Very pumped for this: Eugene 1-22-78 http://www.dead.net/store/special-edition-shops/almanac/daves-picks-volume-23
  16. Hey guys! Does anyone of you already tried the windows software of Audials called music-zoom ?? Found this website yesterday while searching the web for new artist, it says that this a freeware and you can search for arists and find new artist from the same genre and listen to their tracks from youtube, soundcloud and so on... Sounds quite interesting, anyone tried it yet? Cheers!
  17. Ever wondered who's the guy responsible for this cover photo and how it was created? The answer is - German photographer Martin Klimas. He is known for his work surrounding high speed photography to capture moments otherwise invisible to the human eye. His project, Sonic Sculptures, enables the viewer to visualize the impact of sound as streams of colorful paint are thrown upward by sound waves from a speaker. After splashing paint on stretched canvas suspended over a speaker, Klimas turns the music up to full volume. As the vibrations from the speaker to throw the paint upwards, the resulting intricate patterns are captured in his high-speed photographs. While each individual photograph is quite interesting, the project becomes truly fascinating when the photographs are compared and the differences in pattern between songs are revealed. Some examples: "Pharaoh's Dance" Miles Davis "On the Run" Pink Floyd "Run Run Run" The Velvet Underground and Nico "Ride of the Valkyries" Richard Wagner "Sex Machine" James Brown "Carmina Burana" Carl Orff "Ascension" John Coltrane In his other project 'Soundworks' Klimas transforms the waves of sound, curious to discover what music would look like if visually manifest again. Assisted by several musicians, Sound Explosions was created partially through short original musical sequences using synthesizers. The work is a series of diptychs allowing the viewer to see the wires, cables, and dials that create these colorful symphonies : (the guy must like audio cables ) You can listen to the musical sequences used in the work as well as a behind the scenes video on Kilmas’ Vimeo channel. As a person interested both in visual art and music I find his work quite intriguing. What do you think, guys? Martin Klimas' site: http://www.martin-klimas.de/en/index.html
  18. Hi all, just letting you know that Uncle Art's new 2016 album of retro games music (remade) from games such as Starglider, Frontier Elite II, Carrier Command, Beneath A Steel Sky and Geoff Hammond's F1 Grand Prix is out now. I've heard it and it's terrific! Especially the live orchestra for Frontier's theme. The tracks are available on MP3 and FLAC format (to satisfy the HiRes audiophile within us) > A TEMPORAL SHIFT MP3 / Flac - A Temporal Shift
  19. Hi guys I want to get some New headphones / Headsets for gaming. Focus should be competitive gaming(cs) and for non competitive (destiny 2)games. I cannot decide What i should get: First: sennheiser gsp 350 ( included surround 7.1 dongle and a Small usb soundcard. Second: sennheiser gsp 300 ( Same headset gsp350, but no usb soundcard) Maybe a creative omni usb soundcard 5.1 or a asus xonar u7?? ( Dont want a intern soundcard) Third : hyperx cloud 2 ,including usb soundcard ( cheapest of all 3 Options) PS: sry for the Bad english ( maybe)
  20. Just read this article on Digital Audio Review shared by Srajen Ebaen of 6moons. Very interesting to say the least. http://www.digitalaudioreview.net/2017/07/kih-46-mqas-missing-link/ Best. Mev
  21. Am using the new Mac Pro desktop and the latest El Capitan with iTunes 12.3.2.25 and discovered three days ago that a folder i have been putting recorded music, from an online site, into for the past 5 years, organized by year, month, etc, is now empty except for the index. Five years of music gone! This music was NOT in iTunes in any manner nor did i intend it to be as it needed much editing. How could that have happened? Using the title from the index i searched the iTunes library but it does not appear to be there ... where would i look for this music? How do i keep this from happening in the future as i continue to record music? All help appreciated.
  22. Hello Friends, I am new here and sorry if I post anything wrong or if I am not clear. I am from India and my brother is coming from USA on November 15th. I know he is coming before the best sale Few days back I was in showroom and I heard yamaha yht 196 sound and I was really impressed. I can hear small details in a movie and I was about to buy it but I thought it is costly and is entry level HTIB. It was around $390 and I think I can get a very good HTIB from USA. Can someone recommend a good HTIB and AV Receiver? Mainly for Music / Movies / Games. If the shipping weight is too much then I will get only AVR and purchase a good speaker set from India locally. Also I need 2-3 budget level set. Right now I am not clear how much should I spend on this. But overall I would like it under $500 and maybe if you can help me with Level 1: <$300 Level 2: <$400 Level 3: <$500 Would be really helpful Another thing I need it as international specified power input. In India it is 220V-240V and should be compatible with this. And also if you can tell me what will be the best time to purchase this? I think there would be sale on labour day. And any other good sale after this? Thank You
  23. I am concerned that Apple's pushing of Apple music in the HomePod presentation is a sign of worse days ahead for people who store music files locally. Politically speaking, the best way to lobby against this trend at Apple might be to speak on behalf of people with cabins or rural homes that have power but no internet. Or on behalf of the African, Latin American and other cultures whose music from the past 90 years is only sparsely catalogued by Apple Music. Why can't Apple (or someone) come up with a play-only head unit that will run iTunes, iPod style, from (a clone of) an external drive containing the user's library and music files, and be able to control devices like the HomePod via Bluetooth, Lightning or USB 3.1 or C—but using a bare-bones play-only version of iTunes, not iOS Music. The iOS Music app seems hobbled in so many ways, presumably to force people into using web-dependent Apple Music. Anyone with rare, exotic or out-of-fashion music is stuck with Apple Music's boneheaded track and artwork mis-identifications.
  24. Hi, Does anybody know how songs in playlists within iOS Music App are sorted? It seems to be "date added" with the newest on top... Is there a way to change or have impact on this? Regards
  25. If you like solo Fingerstyle guitar music, then this album is one to consider picking up. And this album sounds superb!!!!! Great mastering work here.... Those who are familiar with guitars will know the names Tony Russo & Al Petteway. "Solo Acoustic Fingerstyle guitar tunes played on Fine Handcrafted Guitars from the Collections of Tony Russo and Al Petteway. This is a kind of greatest hits album featuring many newly recorded favorites along with some brand new tunes." Here is where to pick this one up (no downloads though): http://www.alandamy.com/store/index.php?pid=103
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