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Romy the Cat


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Rejection of non-natural sounds.
fiogf49gjkf0d
This is my old worst-keep secret. I did mention it somewhere but recently I reached with my playback a new level of this effect, so I will point it out in a dedicated thread.

A playback reproduces some kind of sounds. Better playback are capable for better “Absolute Tone” ™ and the sound that they do are more dignified. No one would argue with it I guess.

However, there is twist in it. Sometimes playback plays bad sounds. I mean some kind of synthesed electronic sounds or those horrible pop/rock singers. I very much not argue the music taste I am just taking about a selection of different sounds. So, my thesis is that the more advance playback shall make bad sounds to sound worst, I mean not only worst but revoltingly horrible, or in fact how it is in reality.

My observations indicate something that I compile into of my rule of “Tonal Intelligence”.  The Tonal Intelligence law states: the beautification of good sounds and degeneration of bad sounds is the very SAME characteristics of playback.

Rgs, Romy the Cat


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Amir
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Good playback
fiogf49gjkf0d
here you wrote : "more advance playback shall make bad sounds to sound worst"

at http://www.goodsoundclub.com/Playback/MyPlayback.aspx you wrote :

"Basically it boils down to the fact that a playback system should filter out "bad" music, poor interpretations, weak thinking and present them with a negative sonic radicalism using all possible means of human-machine interaction to make a listener turn away from listening to what s/he should not listen."

It seems there is alittle Incoherence between these two description from good playback.
please explain it.
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Romy the Cat


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Inconsistency?
fiogf49gjkf0d
There is no incoherency of any kind; instead the said was absolutely the same thing. Making “bad sounds to sound worst” is the very identical to “using all means to make a listener turn away”. It is a bit irony that you find some kind of “inconsistency”. It is also ironic that you, perhaps not realizing it, are looking for inconsistency in the direction which is very much a foundation of my audio interest.

The Cat


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steverino
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Agree with Romy
fiogf49gjkf0d
Amir,

  You are just not reading and thinking about it carefully enough. The only point of Romy's that I might have some slight question is that a great system can make a beautifully recorded second rate (not bad) performance sound satisfactory enough to listen to rather than repulse you whereas on a lesser system the performance may be less compelling. But I agree that an outright poor performance will be even more glaringly revealed by a great system and that the difference between the first rate and second rate performance will be easier to describe.
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  »  New  The “sounds” that I am looking for...  Attitudes and results...  Playback Listening  Forum     5  28509  05-19-2008
  »  New  A playback and wrong notes...  Why is it not common practice?...  Playback Listening  Forum     5  38190  03-12-2007
  »  New  About the Critical Audio Tune ™..  “Critical Audio Tune” bay-leave in the soup......  Playback Listening  Forum     5  33433  08-29-2009
  »  New  The elusive “absolute tone”...  Breeze......  Playback Listening  Forum     24  156204  07-28-2005
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