[ProAudio] Lossless audio on YouTube
dan at dandugan.com
Sat Apr 24 16:22:16 PDT 2021
I found the stereo version liberating. It was before there were “rules” for stereo. Just try things and see what happens.
> On Apr 24, 2021, at 1:42 PM, Tim Požár via ProAudio <proaudio at bach.pgm.com> wrote:
> Reminds me of Sgt Peppers. They had released two versions of it, a mono and a stereo. The stereo was hard left, center, hard right as nothing was panned. Very odd sounding recording. I preferred the mono version.
> On 4/24/21 1:27 PM, Louis Judson via ProAudio wrote:
>> Good points, Bob. Remnds me of the Beatles recording and monitoring in mono originally, yet how many “fans” consider the stereo versions definitive. I’m always refreshed listening to the mono mixes again! Also appreciating the remixes over the years…
>> I’ve never heard 5.1 or any surround at all… (except for a few movies) - primitive I may be, but I am not feeling any lack.
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>>> On Apr 24, 2021, at 1:21 PM, Bob Olhsson via ProAudio <proaudio at bach.pgm.com <mailto:proaudio at bach.pgm.com>> wrote:
>>> Recordings need to have all of the production decisions made while listening in the delivery format. Recordings, unlike movies, are intended for repeated playing which I think is a higher bar. We went through this same dance during the transition from mono to stereo in the 1960s.
>>> Bob Olhsson
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