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Bob's Audio Reference Tracks

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OconeeOrange

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Post Tue Sep 27, 2011 4:33 pm

Re: Bob's Audio Reference Tracks

Finally got to sit down and play them all. They are fun. I can see why Bob uses them to work a system over. I suppose the important thing is to also use tunes you are very familiar with.

I think Bob should add the great CD Mark made for CF 2011 to his arsenal. It works a system also, and I am putting it on next -> yet again -- :lol: :lol:
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Post Wed Sep 28, 2011 2:04 am

Re: Bob's Audio Reference Tracks

Toy Maker wrote:I hope these YouTube videos stay active for a while.
If they stop working, let me know, I'll try to find other copies.

Patricia Barber - Café Blue
Too Rich for My Blood

What A Shame (sorry, no video available)




What's with the picture of Ponyo in that first video? Closet anime fan here? :)
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Post Wed Sep 28, 2011 2:42 am

Re: Bob's Audio Reference Tracks

basspig wrote:
Toy Maker wrote:I hope these YouTube videos stay active for a while.
If they stop working, let me know, I'll try to find other copies.

Patricia Barber - Café Blue
Too Rich for My Blood

What A Shame (sorry, no video available)




What's with the picture of Ponyo in that first video? Closet anime fan here? :)


No, unfortunately Dad uses his iPad when posting on the forum and Apple has blocked 90% of the official music videos from their YouTube app because YouTube is Flash based which is direct competition with Quick Times.
RIP BillD
BillD wrote:Well, some people are glass half empty people and some are glass half full. Being an engineer, I just think the glass is the wrong size.


My system (sitting in the garage):

(Stereo System)
Modified Carver AL III+'s (Pushed into the corners to make room for the ALS speakers)
Modified CarverFest 2011 20w tube amplifier
Carver Pro PT-1800
Sunfire Prototype TGA-2375
Carver TX-2 Tuner (not used)
Logitech Squeezebox (replaced Tuner & dad's CD player)
CARVERaudio Directional RCA interconnects
RCA-Headphone jack for iPod & iPhone
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Post Wed Sep 28, 2011 5:14 am

Re: Bob's Audio Reference Tracks

Actually no, you are both wrong... It was the ONLY album version on Utube...
http://www.youtube.com/results?search_q ... r+My+Blood
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basspig

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Post Wed Sep 28, 2011 5:05 pm

Re: Bob's Audio Reference Tracks

Downloaded the tracks.. just 44.1KHz sample rate. Why not just burn to a CD? DVD Audio seems like a waste for non HD audio stuff..
Take care,

Mark & Mary Ann Weiss
http://www.basspig.com The Bass Pig's Lair - 16,500 watts of driving surround sound!

Business sites at:
http://www.ampexperts.com
http://www.mwhdvideo.com
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