Capturing emotions

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We catch many things easily: colds, butterflies, memories, glimpses, and photographs. Harder to capture are hearts, minds, and emotions. Artists capture snapshots of feelings memorialized on canvas or film. Composers and musicians can do the same with notes and sounds. And every now and then recording engineers snag true essence from performance - snaring music's soul with microphones - trapped forever in digital bits or vinyl scribbles. And oh, how we treasure these captured emotions, listening with lights low, on perfected stereo systems, in the quiet of our homes. We can be transported to Carnegie Hall, Red Rocks Amphitheater, or the best recording studios in the world with the push of a button, the flick of a switch. How magical our craft.
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