On Fri, 2013-04-05 at 13:05 -0400, Thomas Vecchione wrote:
I guess we already described what kind of audio material is more pron to
IIRC from the less exotic recordings, IOW from mainstream music, songs
like "Four seasons in one day" Crowded House, "Mercy street", "Shaking
the tree" and "San Jacinto" from Peter Gabriel might be good examples,
while all this still is radio play music and IMO more exotic music is
much more prone to loss, but unlikely that such music is wide spread on
that list, while perhaps some at least might have Peter Gabriel
recordings, since so many on that list listen to Prog (OTOH perhaps
those Prog fans avoid to listen to Peter Gabriel, I don't know).
IMO Bluegrass/Jazz crossover is interesting for such tests, or even a
shot with a handgun in a large hall, not only music is important, but
this music and "noise" is perhaps less wide spread on that list. And it
would be nice to have 48KHz WAVs made by professional studios, instead
of CDs for comparison.
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