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In the Thread: Audiophile Re-issues: What's Lost and What's Gained?
Post Subject: Which Would Certainly ExplainPosted by Paul S on: 5/31/2009
why the old directly-cut lacquers sound so immediate and alive, with unrivaled Sound, as far as it goes, despite the obvious "problems" with range and the "shaping".

OTOH, what happened to the more modern direct-to-disc recordings?  I guess for the Sound to really pay off, there must be some There there, to begin with...

Also, if "all "points in space and time are connected", then would a temporal "gap" and/or its effects be unpredictable, or would there not as likely be a random(izing) effect?

Maybe I should try buying some contemporary recordings of contemporary performances?

Any suggestions?

Best regards,
Paul S

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