Category: Rock

Settling The Score - This Is A Standoff - Be Disappointed (Vinyl, LP, Album)

8 thoughts on “ Settling The Score - This Is A Standoff - Be Disappointed (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Dec 17,  · even the best remastered re-issues often 'change' the original recording's balance. sometimes its slight, but for those who have an appreciation of what made the album great in the first place, it can be anoying. pumped up bass, and a need to hide tape hiss on quiet passages render lots of re-issues on vinyl nothing more than high maintenence cd's.
  2. DISC (VINYL) GRADES: SS (STILL SEALED) Sealed at factory and never opened. Disc is assumed to be undamaged and mint, but this cannot be proven until the album is actually opened and the disc examined. M (MINT) Perfection, no flaws, defects, marks or .
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  4. If the LP record is not fixed, this could indict a deep scratch that will need to be repaired by a professional. Conclusion. After the LP Record is completely dry, you will be able to play and enjoy the repaired record. If the LP record is not fixed, this could indict a deep scratch that will need to be repaired by a professional.
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  6. Vinyl LP Sounds vs CD. Comparison of analog and digital recording. So, saying an LP can hold anything less than MB (or maybe MB) sounds like we're not taking into account the information lost in the analog => digital conversion. level 1. 1 point · 7 years ago.
  7. Oct 31,  · LP means "long play". It was originally coined MANY years ago (probably 70+) to differentiate a full album from a single or an otherwise less-than-full-album (e.g., what we would now think of as an "EP"). That was a meaningful designation when vinyl .
  8. Mar 15,  · If you go by the assertion that less is more, every album should have 3 sides. While perhaps an aural advantage, your pocketbook won't like it one bit as labels will have to charge more. I'll leave it to the specialty labels if they want to go that route. I personally have no problem with an album having content at minutes per side.

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