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Dynamic Range
« am: Mai 15, 2006, 09:35:52 Nachmittag »
Here's an article that should be of general interest to anyone who is in a band or is planning to record an album. It deals with dynamic range, and it might be a 'heads up' sort of thing for some. For a while now I've been telling people that a lot of bands are guilty of having crap CDs that sound horrible, and the article addresses this in depth.

I don't believe this applies to Falconer, given that they've been working with Andy La Rocque, and the results have been good every time. Their albums sound *good* regardless of the music within (which is good, too).

Anyway, this is just a sort of "pass it on to anyone who could be interested" thing, and since I know a few guys who play in (or are in the process of forming) a band post here, it could be of interest. And even if you aren't a musician, give it a read, it is an interesting article and worth reading.