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Various - This Is Only A Test! (Vinyl)

9 thoughts on “ Various - This Is Only A Test! (Vinyl)

  1. JoJokasa says:
    There are loads of bands releasing brand new vinyl today which sounds better than their CD pressings, usually come with free MP3s of the album you bought. so perfect win win. Also the standards of vinyl pressing is much higher than in the 70s when record companies were actually cheaping out. Everything is g vinyl now.
  2. Arashishura says:
    Aug 31,  · When I worked with bands who put out vinyl, we were always given test pressings to sign off on and these were always at least equal in sound quality to the first commercial pressing. And if we didn't like the sound quality, back it went for a different cutting.
  3. Zulkigami says:
    Apr 08,  · Personally I can hear a similar difference when comparing vinyl an CD, once I manage to ignore the inherent noise in the vinyl but I’m aware that here we could disagree, still it is my opinion that if only CD and Vinyl are available of a given album and the vinyl has been recorded from r2r tape or high resolution digital audio I would choose.
  4. Vikasa says:
    Apr 17,  · 10 of the best-sounding vinyl records; Frank Sinatra - In The Wee Small Hours () A failed suicide attempt, a divorce and the messy end of his most significant extra-marital affair brought Frank Sinatra to the point where only a magnificently unhappy album about loneliness, failure, isolation and depression would do.
  5. Vozuru says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of This Is Only A Test! on Discogs. Label: Razormaid Records - SP • Series: This Is Only A Test! - SP • Format: Vinyl 4/5(3).
  6. Mooguzilkree says:
    Jun 18,  · The Hi-Fi News Analogue Test LP is a similar album and is very highly regarded as an entry level audiophile test LP. There are others that you can find at The Needle Doctor. The focus of this What HiFi article (12 Best Vinyl Test Records) is to explore music albums that can be used to test equipment that you are considering adding to your system. It gives details .
  7. Karan says:
    r/vinyl: Records & Turntables. Test pressings are meant for discovering errors in the lacquer master, such as grooves that are touching, causing the record to skip, excess levels, distortion, etc., which require the mastering engineer to recut the lacquer and resend it to the pressing plant.
  8. Niktilar says:
    Vinyl upholstery fabrics come in different grades, but this grade does not reflect fabric quality; it refers to the price it cost to make the fabric.
  9. Nikoshura says:
    Same source, different domains: one analogue; one digital. So which will sound better? The digital one, of course. They will sound different, and the sound from the vinyl record certainly won't be unpleasant if it's recorded well. But by any objective and subjective measure, it will sound worse than the digital one.

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