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  • New PBS series on music recording - "Soundbreaking"

    Begins tonight. Looks interesting.

    http://www.latimes.com/entertainment...109-story.html
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  • #2
    Recorded the first episode last night. Looks good, thanks.
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    • #3
      I set my DVR to record the entire season. Will watch last night's first episode in the next few days.
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      • #4
        http://soundbreaking.com/
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        • #5
          episode 1 was OK, episode 2 was really good
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          • #6
            I don't watch TV anymore, but PBS and this Soundbreaking program are worth watching.
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            • JCOConnell
              JCOConnell commented
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              How can you not watch TV now? With HDTV and over 1000 frickin channels, there is always at least one or two good shows on!

          • #7
            This show is for Musicphiles, not Audiophiles.
            Last edited by JCOConnell; 11-18-2016, 01:04 AM.
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            • Rust
              Rust commented
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              OK, I'll bite. Musicophile. Pretty much describes me. I would rather listen to the music I love on an old nine transistor AM radio I used to have fifty years ago rather than something that does nothing for me on the best system extant.

            • JCOConnell
              JCOConnell commented
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              Musicphiles love music quality , regardless of audio (quality), Audiophiles love audio (quality) regardless of music quality

            • Asamel
              Asamel commented
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              I don't agree that audiophiles love quality regardless of music. If so I don't know any audiophiles.

          • #8
            I don't know if anyone else noticed. Imagine you're 16 and your high school dance band is Cream, and they bring in a guest for a few songs, Jimi Hendrix.

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            • Joe Pittman
              Joe Pittman commented
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              Yes. That was cool.
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