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Vegas - Various - Analogue Freq 07 (Vinyl)

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  4. Arak says:
    May 25,  · analogue TV ca. analogue TV TV Looks like the TV broadcasts have only slightly higher frequencies than FM radio, nothing above 16 kHz. The old analogue TV broadcasts seem to have cutoffs even lower than the recent ones. Of course the videotapes are old. Some compression can be deducted from the neat docnesslichevrebivilmatovotity.coinfog: Vegas.
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    Jul 29,  · Sam here and if all audio is made up of frequencies and i extract the frequencies from a 1st press vinyl album known for it's audiophile sound quality like pink floyd dark side of the moon or miles davis kind of blue and encode those frequencies onto digital audio will the digital audio now take on all the sound charactoristics of the 1st press vinyl including not sounding like digital audio Missing: Vegas.
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    Aug 23,  · The pieces range from being very clear and defined, sharp analogue gestures to the deeply vibed-out tonal droning of, for example, ‘Second Breath’. This is almost reminiscent of a more musical approach to what you experience in La Monte Young’s The Dream House in NYC, as the tones can flow and morph as long intersecting beat frequencies.
  8. Arashigis says:
    A phonograph record (also known as a gramophone record, especially in British English), often simply record, is an analog sound storage medium in the form of a flat disc with an inscribed, modulated spiral groove. The groove usually starts near the periphery and ends near the center of the disc. At first, the discs were commonly made from shellac; starting in the s polyvinyl chloride Missing: Vegas.
  9. Zololmaran says:
    I used the crackle from the runout groove of one of my dubplates to trigger an analogue synth, making several passes at different frequencies and performing the same physical process each time. JD Zazie - Chopped Sauce.

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