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Subject: Re: MS Stereo mic combination
From: Klas Strandberg <>
Date: Tue, 14 Jun 2005 12:51:39 +0200
If you want to hear a blumline recording, go to and listen to
the ravens at sound gallery. Also "my garden" is a blumline. (Sorry for my=

terrible site, but I have no time up-dating it.)


At 07:25 2005-06-14, you wrote:
>Thanks all for your help. The earlier part of this exchange has given
>me some challenges. I would like to train my ear well enough to hear
>"dry" and the "hole in the middle." I have enough equipment to
>experiment with and will (hopefully, if I can hear that well) learn a
>lot. I had also thought of Klas' suggestion of getting another CAD
>M179. Then I would be able to try out a number of different patterns.
>But I did not think of Blumline.
>I really appreciate how so many chipped in with observations and their
>experience and advice.
>On 6/13/05, Wild Sanctuary <> wrote:
> > Way worse (to me). And what he was playing wasn't Mozart.
> >
> > >This reminds me of Hermann Hesse's Steppenwolf.
> > >There he talks about the sound of Mozart being
> > >played from an old 78 shellack disc.
> > >The key phrase is that despite all the crackling and hiss from the dis=
> > >the divinity of Mozart comes through.
> > >So maybe to your friend Roger the divinty of the
> > >vintage device weighs more than the low fidelity
> > >of its sound.
> > >Is the sound worse than 78s?
> > >
> > >Volker

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