On Fri, 2013-04-05 at 07:44 -0400, Thomas Vecchione wrote:
first off all, synth-pop could be a good source too, there are a lot of
Peter Gabrial recordings, that are better recorded than most classic
recordings, but for sure Axel F. is absolutely not useful for this test.
I've got a full analog recording of an Orchestra available,
unfortunately on a GEMA protected CD only .
It's not the kind of music I like, but theoretically it should be a
better source than Axel F., but when I listened to the CD, I noticed
that the CD already does sound like crap, so IMO there's the need to
have an original analog recording or a 48 KHz master for comparison.
Unfortunately it's not allowed to upload GEMA music, even not 5 or 10
Since I know how often Dirk had disputes with people for nothing, I
won't upload it, while I don't guess that he or GEMA does follow LAU.
The composer can't decide to allow playing the music anymore, it's just
somebody else needed to contact the GEMA and they would sue me.
I recommend to delete the Axel F. upload, if it was done by using a
"Die ganze Zeit"
Tim Isfort Orchestra with Katharina Thalbach & Blixa Bargeld
Orchestra recorded: Aula Adolfinun, Moers
Vocals recorded: AFN-Studio, Berlin
Recording: Stefan Höhnerbach (mixer), Dirk Brauner (microphony)
Assistants: Peter Spotka, Tilman Oeckinghaus, Christian Junk,
Harald Stark, Ralf Mardorf
Conductor: Malte Pagel
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