Rebuilding the sound of musical instruments

February 2, 2019
 by Paul McGowan

2 comments on “Rebuilding the sound of musical instruments”

  1. The best reconstructions I have heard were in music halls, good talented people with excellent skills and instruments performing an excellent job of interpreting what the composer once put on paper. Or, if talented enough, even being able to reproduce just by hearing. There are many, many good recordings available, more then we will ever be able listening to.
    As much as I value the art of investigators being able to extract details out of any recording, no matter how poor, that is for the purpose of keeping us safe.
    With music, I prefer to think in terms of the musicians and people who built instruments, reather then trying to restore recordings that certainly served the same musical purpose, at a time that vintage technology was considered stat of the art. I still am a vinyl fan, but take my records in the state they are in and even buy new ones.
    However, blue coast music as mentioned by Paul provides music and recordings that come close to reality very good. That good, that I got the taste for stepping out of the past and started to explore what new music, performed by artists of today, has to offer. And it is so good. So whether vinyl, digital, tape, tubes, solid states, it's the music that we should enjoy.

  2. Humble TX is north of Houston close to George Bush intercontinental airport. A place we have very good memories off, our ExPat period started there. Our daughter enjoyed violin lessons at Lutheran University in Seguin TX during Elementry school period. Provided by great students and teachers of this conservatory that contributes a great deal to the art of music by growing talent. Texans are great people. That area around New Braunfels is beautiful, visit Gruene Dance Hall and listen to great live music, you'll have a great time.

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