What song are you listening to?
life is too short to read youtube comments
So why not cut and paste stuff? I do not know.
Quote from: arfarf on July 31, 2019, 09:32:26 PM
ok many answers
-normal audio on vhs/beta is recorded like cassette = along the length of the tape
-hi fi audio ...... is recorded in angular slices across the width of the tape @ 20 - 20,000Htz 80db I think at any speed
db could be higher
-PCM on video tape when done with external PCM unit uses the video signal (and can be seen as moving bar codes if you hook a TV to the video output) very hypnotizing to see as you hear
sometimes tapes had more than one signal used
PCM on the video tracks, HI FI with the same source or different source
Charlie Miller has shared some that had SBD on PCM and aud mics on the hifi tracks
this must be done at the same time, all tracks recorded at once
I am not familiar with the later VCRs that had PCM built in VHS/Beta
8mm video I do have some info
they had units with PCM and HI FI
you could take a tape that was recorded on, and record a new PCM track without harming the previous video or hi fi tracks
DBX I have limited info on
only knowing that analog must be both encoded on recording
and decoded for playback
billtmcdee has more info because he used this for his recordings to cassette, away currently
internal DBX you only set levels on deck
external DBX at least 2 if not 3 levels needed to be set
I do not think you would see DBX PCM
unless the analog was DBX, it was decoded then the copy is PCM
the DBX would only serve as a cleaner source, given if everything else were the same
Git' ye' some Hooker n' Heat while yer' at it, eh?
Canned Heat were pretty cool blues/rockers bitd in that they used their fame and popularity to help highlight the brilliance of several black artists from which they'd drawn influence and inspiration. Looks like they're alive and well and still jammin' some reheated canned salmon (classic record/cd sales), as well as live events.
Eargasm Spasm Perceived
I've jacked into this I don't know how many times. Every time same result being: Deserves a Replay (tm)
Let the 'Choon Train Roll, Baby!!!
Hot Damn! Now I am going to have to cue up some Mat Zo
From the expand yer' old and grey but still here today horizons secret decoder ring depatment!
Cousin gBrown is cited by the Crazy Dolls as a primary influence
With local hero Carlos, sa
Johnny Copeland guests on a couple tunes. Not the best streaming quality but heck, it was 1985, eh?! Nevertheless, one of the great masters of all time. Makes it looks so damn effortless as well.
GD palladium in Hoolywod
Soundboard Master-Reel > Reel (1st gen) > DAT 2x (44.1 kHz)
- Greatest Story Ever Told
- Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo
- Black-Throated Wind
- Bird Song
- The Promised Land
- El Paso
- Playing In The Band
- //Casey Jones
- He's Gone >
- Ramble On Rose
- Beat It On Down The Line
- Black Peter
- Dark Star* >
- Bass-Drums/Jam * >
- Jack Straw*// >
- // Sing Me Back Home*
- with David Crosby on guitar
- this version of this classic show has been provided by an anonymous source
- there is no cassette gen. in the lineage of this documented source
- the original sound has not been altered in any form
- Sugar Magnolia and OMSN(Encore) is missing
- all level fluctuations had been corrected
- occasional static and some other pops and clicks had been removed
- the (//) cuts at the start or end and between many of the songs had been softened for smooth transitions
- all files are tagged
edited and mastered
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Cordovas - Old Dog
Cordovas - Frozen Rose
Cordovas - This Town's A Drag
Cordovas - Standin' On The Porch
Those are good ones J
Here's one that is reminiscent of Dynamite Annie (to some of us)
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@zBrown Ugh! Maybe that was Woodstock "14 hours ago" but is now some sucky Rod Stewart.
Well nothing lasts forever, but it's free
Link to a very old and clear foto of GD in 1967
When I posted that link the GD Wwere playing
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Bro Hooblie said I would find you here.
Frank Zappa ≈ The Gumbo Sessions
Frank Zappa &The Mothers Of Invention ≈ Dupree's Paradise
It is a pretty lame list in my humble opinion. I would say the list includes Matthew Brown's favorite guitarist, or a computer generated list. How could any one make a list of 43 top guitarist's without Robert Johnson or Leadbelly who heavily influenced so many of the people on his list?
Robert Johnson guitar playing is the inspiration of at five of the guitarists mentioned including Jimmy Page, Eric Clapton, Bob Dylan and Keith Richards. Led Zeppelin's success has a lot to do with "borrowing" Johnson's lyrics (and were sued for copyright infringements for doing so).
Lead Belly was a 12 string guitar virtuoso as well as a multi instrumentalist. Both George Harrison and Kirk Cobain honed their skills from his works. George Harrison once stated that "without Lead Belly there would have been no Beatles".
Larkin Poe ≈ When God Closes A Door
Larkin Poe ≈ Tom Devil Dead
So happy to hear from you
Just like old times, eh
Steve Earle, The Dukes, Some Guy