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half of what was pointed out i didn't notice actually. but it certainly does bring character to the music. the dude who wrote this article has waaaayyyy too much time on his hands...

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I have most of those types of artifacts in my recordings. I try to hide them, but I'm just too darn lazy to re-record.

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LOL, no hope for me to ever live up to those standards. I don't know how anyone could even catch that stuff.

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This dude clearly has way too much time on his hands, and spends too much time wearing headphones with his stopwatch in hand!

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This guy has far too much time bet he'd be hell to work with you'ld feel like he was waiting for you to make a mistake so he could say "You Don't want to do it like that, do it like this":winkthumb:

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Perhaps I shouldn't know this, however, Listen to Hey Jude and at 2 minutes 56 seconds to 2 minutes 59 secs you'll hear a fluffed backing vocal and a distinct expletive.

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If I ever get so critical of a mix (my own or others), please reach through the screen and smack me. I'll richly deserve it.

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If I ever get so critical of a mix (my own or others), please reach through the screen and smack me. I'll richly deserve it.

+1.

Every time I read something like that, I feel sorry for the person writing it. I can't help but think that it would greatly diminish my listening enjoyment to be that critical. Same thing with people who complain about autotune on vocals or the artifacts in 128 kbps mp3 files bothering them so much that they can't even listen. Maybe some consider it a badge of audiophile elitism or something, but I just can't be bothered to worry that much or analyze it that deeply - I'm too busy enjoying the music. :yes:

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I've also heard of people that have so trained themselves to listen critically that they cannot simply enjoy a piece of music. They find that they are constantly critiquing arrangements, performance technique, etc. that they have lost the ability to sit back and listen. It's sad.

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