Y'all are a bunch of wankers!

Good house/ambient music (bt, binary universe)

Best album ever created, see the reviews (also see amazon).


Good album, kind of house, ambient, classical mix.

I know some of you mentioned house before.
Permalink Bot Berlin 
July 4th, 2007 11:41pm
OK, thanks, I hadn't heard of him. He has a video channel he keeps here, which has interviews and music videos:

Permalink Practical Economist 
July 5th, 2007 12:26am

He is the weird guy with the keyboard.

Or this one.

Permalink Bot Berlin 
July 5th, 2007 12:31am
He is also a c programmer that is trying to sell his software.
Permalink Bot Berlin 
July 5th, 2007 12:37am
OK, well I read all the over the top hype about how groundbreaking and futuristic his work is, how he has to write all his own software, how he uses a 1/2048 note quantization grid because of all the detail he needs, so I was pretty revved up about this, but then I watched his videos and it's very pedestrian run of the mill stuff that everybody else is doing. Very very boring pop.

Check out Shpongle and Rumpistol. I think those two groups are actually innovative.
Permalink Practical Economist 
July 5th, 2007 1:56am
OK, now I'm listening to the ambient album you mention. It's not bad:


But not the 'greatest album ever created', that's just crazy.

True, I am not listening to it in the original 5.1 surround mix, and maybe that makes a difference.
Permalink Practical Economist 
July 5th, 2007 2:01am
if it doesn't come over on one or two speakers, it can't be that impressive.

please post some links to mp3's of good stuff if you can. I've always been curious about electronic and ambient music, but usually been disappointed. Only album that has stayed with me over the years has been "coming down" (film soundtrack) by D-Note.
Permalink $-- 
July 5th, 2007 6:40am
You fuckers should listen Deftones !
Permalink Dan Denman 
July 5th, 2007 7:23am
I've got a copy of Fleetwood Mac "Rumours" on DVD-Audio.
While it's definitely nice to hear a 5.1 mix of the album, it's not $28 nice.

Which I think is the problem for formats like Super Audio CD -- it's better for sure, but to most people the 44.1k sampling rate of the original Sony-Philips CD is good enough.
Permalink Send private email xampl 
July 5th, 2007 7:37am
Ours is the first generation where we can pass on our music collections to our children in a non degraded form
Permalink Billx 
July 5th, 2007 7:46am
CDs don't last as long as vinyl though, assuming you take care of the vinyl. Vinyl in sleeve in box lasts forever, check out these old 78s on my grammaphone. But a good % of CDs stop playing after a few years. They get spots in them or whatever. CDs are not forever.

My 33 1/3 LPs, by the way have a wider frequency range than any CD.
Permalink Practical Economist 
July 5th, 2007 11:24am
the roots vid is rocking!
Permalink $-- 
July 5th, 2007 6:12pm

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