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Title: Celebrate metal-fi's Dynamic Range Day
Post by: includemeout on 2016-05-21 10:28:42
http://www.metal-fi.com/dynamic-range-day-2016/ (http://www.metal-fi.com/dynamic-range-day-2016/)

Though in my book, any day is a good day for dynamic range goodness.  :)
Title: Re: Celebrate metal-fi's Dynamic Range Day
Post by: Porcus on 2016-05-21 22:04:04
Adds a neat ambiguity to the "compressed" in your signature ;-)

(Too bad to see a few of my favourites in the wrong part of their 2015 round-up (http://www.metal-fi.com/the-best-and-worst-sounding-records-of-2015/).)
Title: Re: Celebrate metal-fi's Dynamic Range Day
Post by: KozmoNaut on 2016-05-22 08:44:32
In defense of High on Fire, their sound has always had that sense of tension as a major element, so I figure the compression is an artistic choice. Because apart from that, the mix is pretty well balanced.

I'd love to hear full dynamic range versions of their albums, though.
Title: Re: Celebrate metal-fi's Dynamic Range Day
Post by: includemeout on 2016-05-26 03:17:22
Adds a neat ambiguity to the "compressed" in your signature ;-)
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With that in mind, I've already changed it as it had also become sorta outdated.
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