Well, it looks like people are adding reverb to their halls in live
performance now. So what will be the "real" acoustics of a hall?:
May this be a trend? I find it disturbing, but can't really say why.
--On Monday, April 03, 2006 2:05 PM -0400 Bob Olhsson <[log in to unmask]>
> Goran Finnberg wrote:
>> Which makes the practice of adding echo after the recording highly
>> dubious for classical music as you´re correct that the tempo is set by
>> how long the ambience is in the room where the recording was done.
> What the musicians hear always has a huge impact on the music no matter
> what genre it is. I'm convinced that a lot of today's signal processing
> abuse is a result of overdubbing, bad headphone mixes and people trying
> to perform while listening to excessive dynamics processing.
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