NYC Sound - Hot Mixers Volume 1 download album
Hot Mixers Volume 1. NYC SOUND. Hot Mixers Volume 1EXCLUSIVE. Cat: NSR 18 Released: 22 November, 2010 Genre: Disco/Nu-Disco. What is Album Only? Some artists and labels prefer certain tracks to be purchased as part of an entire release.
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Volume 1 of NYC Sucks, the completely free comp we’ve compiled to spotlight some of the best metal bands currently dominating the New York metal scene. This volume features fourteen songs by as many bands, who run the gamut of genres, from death to tech to prog to grind to black to hardcore to doom and more. We truly feel that this is a great sampling of all that New York’s thriving metal scene has to offer, and we’re beyond proud to be sharing it with you - absolutely, 100% free of charge.
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Surround sound made its first public appearance in 1941, when Disney released its groundbreaking animated musical, Fantasia. Ever since then, surround systems have increasingly been used to enhance the emotional impact of films (which George Lucas has famously, and accurately, declared are 50% sound. By 2005, the GRAMMYs had added a Best Surround Sound Album category. With this in mind, we talked to a handful of the very best surround mixers in the business, including GRAMMY nominees and winners like Bob Clearmountain, Frank Filipetti, Jim Anderson, David Fridmann, Nick Davis, Ronald Prent, Morten Lindberg, Martin Walters, Keith O. Johnson and Greg Penny, about how to master the format. Pick Your Approach: Real or Hyper-Real? Although there is a myriad of ways to approach surround music mixing, we can think of them as falling into two broad categories
All of which makes Sound Sculptures Volume 1 an ideal way to hear Parrish in his many moods. The 2xCD set follows a 3x12" vinyl release with the same name from last year, but the tracklist has tripled- which, with Parrish, almost has to mean the tally of ideas did, too. His cleverness is not always readily apparent. The result, however, sounds somehow both heavy-handed and magisterially finessed
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