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Various - Frequencies (Vinyl)

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  1. Even with centered low frequencies, the record can skip with excessive low end. Because of this, excessive low end is not a feature often found in vinyl. High frequencies (treble): High frequencies and sibilance can cause distortion because the stylus cannot properly track them in the disc's grooves. Because of this, highs might need to be tamed down (reduced, compressed, flattened) for vinyl playback.
  2. The material in questions is tested in a concrete enclosure using various frequencies that are usually , , , and Hz. More modern laboratories may increase this to frequencies between –Hz. The amount of sound absorption is measured .
  3. The dynamic range of vinyl, when evaluated as the ratio of a peak sinusoidal amplitude to the peak noise density at that sine wave frequency, is somewhere around 80 dB. Under theoretically ideal conditions, this could perhaps improve to dB.
  4. Home. Analysis of Vinyl LP High-Frequency Content. Music: Supertramp, "Dreamer," from vinyl LP, Crime Of The Century Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab "Original Master Recording" Half Speed Mastering by Stan Ricker, Japanese Pressing, MFSL , Remastered / re-released This Analysis Focuses on the Bell Percussion sounds near the End of the Track (the Left Channel was used).
  5. Miles Showell at Abbey Road Studios on 15 July on the half-speed mastering process. Audio Engineer Miles Showell discussed the half-speed mastering process to a select audience at Abbey Road Studios last night and SDE was there and put a few questions to him after hearing the new Brian Eno vinyl reissues. In the event, hosted by Uncut’s associate editor Michael Bonner, Miles Showell.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Frequencies, Bass & Bleeps Vol. 2 on Discogs/5(14).
  7. Apr 19,  · Vinyl is physically limited by the fact that records have to be capable of being played without skipping or causing distortion. That both limits the .
  8. This meant two things: 1) the reduction in side radius reduced distortion and improved tracking of the high frequencies, and 2) the increase in the length of the contact patch further reduced wear and increased longevity of stylus and record. This led to the next wave of stylus shapes, again known by various names: Micro Line x 75 um.

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