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8 comments on “ Coherent Sound - Tag - Volume One (Vinyl)

  1. The Walsh speakers are based on a design patented in by Lincoln Walsh called the Coherent Line Source (CLS) driver. The company says the original driver covered the frequency range of a full-range speaker, yet it has a single source driver with no crossover network. At the same time, Ohm speakers deliver their sound in a degree.
  2. The Sound of Hate: Volume 1, a Various Artists Compilation. Released in on Strength Through Awareness (catalog no. n/a; Cassette). Genres: Power Electronics, Industrial.
  3. Apr 19,  · Vinyl is great, but the idea that its sound quality is superior to but neither can vinyl records. More importantly, the volume of sampling that CDs .
  4. The label `Volume 1' offers the hope that there will be a `Volume 2' sometime, which I await with eager anticipation. In the meantime, check out their follow up album The Liberty of Norton Folgate: Deluxe Edition/+DVD- it's more grown up, but just as good/5(64).
  5. 4xcassette c (1) 5 x vinyl lp (1) 50 (1) copies (1) 6 x 10 = 60 vol.1 (1) 6 x 10 = 60 vol.2 (1) 6 x 10 = 60 vol.3 (1) 6 years (1) 60' de musique menagere (1) production (8) 6de kolonne (2) 6xcassette compilation (1) 7 from life (5) 7" (11) 8 × cd (1) (1) 90% wasser (1) (1) a brule pourpoint (1) a brÛle pourpoint (1) a.
  6. Fluance is a proudly Canadian, online only HiFi company. Their Signature Series aims to crack into the bigs with a full range of affordable speakers; a monster 3-way floor-standing tower, a center speaker, a bipolar-surround and bookshelf speakers.
  7. It's one of the great music snob arguments- the superior aesthetic and sound quality of vinyl over the digital. It’s one that we fall for ourselves sometimes- that’s the powerful spell of vinyl- the format that comes from the days when music was king and has that warm glow of nostalgia to it. Of course it looks beautiful but does it sound better and can we really tell the difference?
  8. Free Jazz Bitmaps, Volume 1, V of VI by Nick Butcher, released 08 November 1. Great Lake Part I 2. Great Lake Part II Sonnenzimmer and Hometapes are teaming up to produce Free Jazz Bitmaps, Volume One, a process-based publication in the form of a series of lathe-cut 7" records culminating in a 12” vinyl release. The architecture of this inaugural volume is provided by Nick Butcher.

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