How about changing the artist if we dont like the sound signature of our setup?

HiFiMART.com

cmsajith

Well-Known Member
Joined
Feb 19, 2008
Messages
1,590
Points
63
Location
Cochin - Bangalore
How about changing the artist if we dont like the sound signature of our setup instead of spending a lot in cables and other accessories..:)
 

jaudere

Well-Known Member
Joined
Apr 24, 2009
Messages
1,202
Points
83
Location
Panjim,Goa
How about changing the artist if we dont like the sound signature of our setup instead of spending a lot in cables and other accessories..:)

it works.

Kailash Kher's recordings are much better than Himesh Reshamiya?Reshamiya has to much emphasis on highs and lows with poor mids. so like my system with Kailash kher but i don't like it with himesh although i like the music given by him(sometimes)
 

hemantwaghe

Banned
Joined
Sep 23, 2007
Messages
3,659
Points
0
How about changing the stimulas?
Like from water to whiskey? (water of life?)
You will start hearing unheard thins post some pegs!!!
 

sbg

Active Member
Joined
Dec 28, 2009
Messages
475
Points
43
Location
bangalore
it works.

Kailash Kher's recordings are much better than Himesh Reshamiya?Reshamiya has to much emphasis on highs and lows with poor mids. so like my system with Kailash kher but i don't like it with himesh although i like the music given by him(sometimes)

I second your sentiments.
And i think for songs that has his vocals (does he have any vocal chord - he normally sings from his nose ( personal opnion !)): normally - if software/hardware permits, i would have cut/purge/remove/-300db(if possible) his voice part from his music
- again its my personal opnion. No offence to his fans.
sbg
 
Last edited:

hemantwaghe

Banned
Joined
Sep 23, 2007
Messages
3,659
Points
0
By that standard I guess "country liquor" can improve bad recordings also :lol:

THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION AND TYPE OF MUSIC

Bravo! A reasearch on this too!!!!

In very limited set of concerts I attended I remember roger waters one where in hurried pace I consumed a half ( Double quart = 6 pegs!) smrinoff ( that to on road and in local train by diluting it in a litre bottle of lemon drink!,as I had no time to visit bar)

The expereince was mind boggling ,but in this "unscintific" experiment I cannot decide effect of Music vs effect of alcohol!
 

Kamal

Active Member
Joined
Mar 27, 2007
Messages
721
Points
43
Location
New Delhi
How about changing the artist if we dont like the sound signature of our setup instead of spending a lot in cables and other accessories..:)
No!
Your music comes first.
Make changes in your setup till your music sounds good.
Regards,
Kamal
BTW, Alcohol comes in the category of audio enhancers-it won't transform screeches into nightingale like mellifluousness !
 

moktan

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jan 24, 2008
Messages
1,169
Points
113
Location
Kalimpong
actually, when anyone talks about such chemical enhancements of/for the musical experience it is but 'natural' to ask , will a reefer reinforce the reggae as much as the acid in YOUR system would allow you to enjoy the Grateful Dead in your music system???
as my jazz guitarist friend is wont to say..the aesthetics of music and the physics of acoustics shares the same antiquity as the useful chemistry of potent brews, distillates and precipitates... all of course which contributes so much to the creation, reproduction and the celebration of the musical experience that we cherish...
 
Last edited:

square_wave

Well-Known Member
Joined
Aug 16, 2006
Messages
3,101
Points
113
Location
Bangalore
However, my 2 cents in this aspect is that when a system that does full justice to western classical is asked to play all genres, it is able to do so fairly well within reasonable limits to even excelling in the various genres.
Regards

My observation is exactly the same ! A system needs to be stark neutral, full bandwidth with extended dynamics to do justice to western classical.
 

cmsajith

Well-Known Member
Joined
Feb 19, 2008
Messages
1,590
Points
63
Location
Cochin - Bangalore
My observation is exactly the same ! A system needs to be stark neutral, full bandwidth with extended dynamics to do justice to western classical.

Exactly, this is the point which I was looking for.

So to get a neutral sounding system, do we need to spend a fortune? Also is it required to spend a lot on accessories like cables, interconnects (after a decent level) to achieve this?
 
Top