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2017/03/13 21:05:55 (permalink)

Landr

For those interested in a side by side comparison, here's one:
 
With Landr:  https://soundcloud.com/david-sprouse-76324214
 
Without Landr:  https://soundcloud.com/david-sprouse-76324214/beloved-1
 
 

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    Re: Landr 2017/03/13 21:34:26 (permalink)
    soundcloud streaming is NOT the way to compare a before and after scenario.
     
     

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    Re: Landr 2017/03/13 21:58:43 (permalink)
    It's like listening on NS-10 speakers.  Why wont it give you a decent idea?  I admit it's not the BEST circumstances, but it's A circumstance that many people have.

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    Re: Landr 2017/03/13 22:02:14 (permalink)

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    Re: Landr 2017/03/13 22:02:58 (permalink)
    it is not like listening on NS-10's in any way whatsoever.
    at least, none of the ns-10's i've worked with....
     
     
    i like the 'without landr' version best.
    based on a very low quality streaming.
     
    it 'breathes' more thru the downgrading of the streaming.

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    Re: Landr 2017/03/13 22:06:47 (permalink)
    On both of them?  I agree on the first one, the non-landr sounds better but on the second I think the landr sounds better.  Gotta pick and choose.
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    Re: Landr 2017/03/15 14:49:22 (permalink)
    well, i only listened to 'beloved',
    pre and post landr.
     
    i think the unmastered file sounded fuller, more dynamic, it breathed more,
    is the only way i can explain it....
     
    the mastered version felt a bit flattened,
    and was not as exciting to listen to.

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    Re: Landr 2017/03/15 16:44:27 (permalink)
    I agree.  But perhaps there's a distinction:  1.  some recordings need to sound live in order to convey the feeling (viz processed) while others sound better qua recorded (this might apply to certain genres for instance) and 2.  Acoustic instruments might sound better without landr (?)

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    Re: Landr 2017/03/15 17:27:12 (permalink)
    how much of that recording is done with actual live instruments?

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    Re: Landr 2017/03/15 17:39:00 (permalink)
    eph221
    I agree.  But perhaps there's a distinction:  1.  some recordings need to sound live in order to convey the feeling (viz processed) while others sound better qua recorded (this might apply to certain genres for instance) and 2.  Acoustic instruments might sound better without landr (?)




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    Re: Landr 2017/03/16 02:05:45 (permalink)
    batsbrew
    how much of that recording is done with actual live instruments?




    None,  I was just posing the question. 

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