[Dixielandjazz] FW: FW: Hearing the music
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Sat Jun 19 09:08:37 PDT 2010
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jim Kashishian" <jim at kashprod.com>
To: "Pat Ladd" <pj.ladd at btinternet.com>
Cc: "Dixieland Jazz Mailing List" <dixielandjazz at ml.islandnet.com>
Sent: Saturday, June 19, 2010 5:37 AM
Subject: [Dixielandjazz] FW: FW: Hearing the music
>> advantages! The one that stands out the most is the ability to
> the audio...yes, without scissors & with unlimited means to do whatever
> imagination comes up with. > > proper cd player. Scrolling & fast
> forward are present. CD deterioration
> depends on the quality of material used by the record company. The ones I
> use in my studio have been proven (using fast methods of proof) to last
I have no doubt that if I were working in a pro studio I would agree.
However the ordinary guy who wants to play something in the car is doomed.
I have never seen a CD player which could `fast forward or back`except, if
you are lucky,you can jump to the next segment.
Picking out, say a solo from the middle of a piece for study is impossible
I am sure that the CD`s you use have a 100 year life but the commercial
stuff bought in a store by the average guy almost certainly have not. How
could we tell in any case? Just buy expensive ones? Is that a guarantee? We
have no way of knowing.
I am particularly hung up on this at the moment as I have been transferring
a collection of Jazz at the Philharmonic from cassette to CD.
These were recorded on cassette from a set of LP`s made in 1993 which were
the first LP`s to be made of reissued 78`s of the Norman Granz recordings of
live concerts in the US between `44 and `49 .As it happens I still have a
reasonable quality cassette player and the sound quality was very good.
Wanting to play them in the car which now of course only has a CD player I
wished to make a compilation CD. Its impossible without a comp. and a
program. With my scissors and sellotape it would have been a doddle.
Difference beyween pro and amateur maybe. I dont want the whole list to fall
upon me with stories of how simple it is to manipulate stuff on the computer
either. Thank you very much. I am relating this to little old 20th Century
non technical me.
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