Recordings of Recordings – What’s worse?

Recordings of Recordings – What’s worse for sound quality? – Here’s a nostalgic drive around Plano (Dallas), TX in a 1984 Supra. The driver videotapes his tour using a fairly nice camera; the audio is good, even somewhat ‘noise canceling’. Several songs come on the car audio system, via tape. Interesting listen.

Origins of CERN and Radium

  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VT1ZOAsuQlw     0:00 foreign [Music] howdy everybody 0:07 welcome to another uh episode in this 0:14 ongoing radium series uh it’s been a long one in the making so 0:20 to say I’ve been sitting on a lot of this material for some time and you know 0:27 finding the time to put … Read more

EDM Festivals 2024 — Digging Behind, Beneath Chicago’s ARC Music Festival — sudden, massive, powerful, yet corporately ‘unclaimed’ — authentic and organic, or another psyop?

Summary — This thing was developed and is put-on by individuals and groups seemingly unknown and comparatively hidden from the public .. focusing on a class of music revealed as easily, readily and often polluted with MKULTRA mechanisms of mind-control, social-engineering, subliminals perhaps in terms of rhythms and at least in terms of A440 scale … Read more

How to Reduce Noise in PCB Design

  Video Contents, by time-offset 0:00 Intro 0:43 What is Noise in a PCB? 1:17 PCB Noise Reduction Strategies Overview 3:22 Filtering 7:48 Shielding 11:41 Advanced Noise Reduction Options 16:45 Isolation and Splitting Ground Planes     PCB Design: Electronic Noise Filtering Electronic noise filtering in PCB (Printed Circuit Board) design is a critical aspect, … Read more

Michael Omartian: One of the Unsung Giants of Music – Rick Beato — “These interviews should be in the Library of Congress” — great info on true session musicianship

‘Jazz players’ brains are wired differently.’ ‘Just do some [drum] fills.’ — 37:30 “It’s the limitations that make the artist, not the capabilities.” — 43:30 in https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M-fEKf3Av3c   CGPT Michael Omartian is an influential American producer, composer, arranger, and musician whose work spans several decades and encompasses a wide range of music genres. Born on … Read more

How Corruption and Greed Led to the Downfall of Rock Music – Jim Barber, Rick Beato

“You both could not have articulated this any better. This is an incredibly transparent documentary of what the radio/music industry was and has turned into. A “must watch” for all artists. Thank you for this!” Corporations epitomize sociopathy / psychopathy because they are required by law to do everything legally possible to gain money for … Read more

History of Cathode Ray Tubes with Kathy Joseph — EEVblog 1577

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CnJ7mQ_Fo-8   Book: “LIGHTNING TAMERS”   Fathers of vacuum tube / electron valves LEE DEFOREST — https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CnJ7mQ_Fo-8 EDWIN ARMSTRONG (super heterodyne) — https://duckduckgo.com/?q=vacuum+tube%2C+armstrong REGINALD FESSENDEN — https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reginald_Fessenden First image created by CRT — Maltese Cross. Crookes member of Golden Dawn. Occult all wrapped up in this. One purpose was to contact dead.   ERIC DOLLARD talked about this … Read more

Beatles as lynchpin — Arcana, Esoterica, Sage of Quay — Jaw-dropping deep-detail up to big-picture

https://www.bitchute.com/video/WXREw09aQkJZ/   The Beatles are often considered a lynchpin or pivotal force in the history of popular music, culture, and society. Here’s why: 1. **Musical Innovation**: The Beatles revolutionized popular music with their innovative songwriting, experimentation with recording techniques, and incorporation of diverse musical styles. Their influence can be heard across a wide range of … Read more

Soyuz “Globus” Mechanical Navigation Computer

Remember: “Globe Theory” Also, one of the Big Questions RE supposed space flight, rocket launches, etc. is the absolutely total absence of any and all rocket engine noise and roar that surely should have been overwhelmingly loud (and therefore at least somewhat audible in all recordings, completely contrary to all available evidence) given the propinquity … Read more

How an Antenna Works — very good, general

Very good basic explanations, overview, animations. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LmvfphxyRuo   Patch (square, half-wavelength) Parabola Yagi-Uda monopole, dipole Horn           The Yagi-Uda antenna, commonly referred to as the Yagi antenna, is a directional antenna design widely used in radio communication and broadcasting. It was invented in 1926 by Japanese engineers Hidetsugu Yagi and Shintaro … Read more

Mark Devlin outs musical mind-control mechanisms, for the thousandth time – with Maria Nikolaidi, March 2023

“I realized that the music industry is a control structure used for mass mind-control, the pushing of social engineering agendaes, and the advancement of the New World Order (“master plan”, we can call it, which is the elites’ idea of completely subjugating and enslaving all of humanity).” — Mark Devlin, 2:51 into https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LvvC4jm3SVM “The very … Read more

Sage of Quay – Mike Stock – Inside The Music Business – YouTube Edition (July 2022)

Excellent, as usual. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lCyZmcnhaJU     Mike Stock is a prominent figure in the music industry, particularly known for his work as part of the songwriting and production team Stock Aitken Waterman (SAW). Alongside partners Matt Aitken and Pete Waterman, Stock was instrumental in producing a string of chart-topping hits in the late 1980s and … Read more

Neil Peart unwittingly revealed a possible cause for his brain cancer? Bluetooth (microwave blasting) motorcycle helmet

From comments int the video —   “Around 34:00 in Neil reveals a possible cause for his brain cancer — 28,000 miles ridden in a year…28k miles wearing that motorcycle helmet with integrated bluetooth microwave head cooker. TOXI COM lists tens of thousands of military studies confirming microwaves cause biological harm, including cancer. Think about … Read more

Alberta Solar – Maximum VLF Radio Expedition – August 2000 by Stephen P. McGreevy

August 2000 Solar-Maximum Natural VLF Radio Stereo-Recording Expedition to Alberta, Canada. Between 06 and 14 August 2000 during a period of high solar-activity, I set-up two delta-loop-antenna stereo cross-azimuth recording systems to capture the magnetosphere’s spectacular natural VLF radio reception in north-western Alberta near the Whitemud River to the west of Dixonville, Alberta. “The Music … Read more

Radio Below 22 kHz – Listening to Earth, Schumann Resonance

Website with numerous articles, schematics, sound samples, technical information on DC- to ultra-ultra low radio and energy below 22 kHz. http://www.vlf.it/ The Schumann Resonance refers to a set of spectrum peaks in the extremely low frequency (ELF) portion of the Earth’s electromagnetic field spectrum. Discovered in 1952 by physicist Winfried Otto Schumann, these resonances are … Read more

Fault in Digital Radio Reception — Searching for the last true analog radio – Panasonic & 5 Core

8:50 in shows the awful, “hunting” “reception” of digital tuner, vs noisy but stable and solid reception of true analog AM radio. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t1thDa4zeog   Community Radio Stations: Some small, independent community radio stations may still broadcast in analog format, particularly in remote or rural areas where digital infrastructure is limited. Shortwave Radio: Shortwave radio broadcasts, … Read more

Vinyl Resurgence – Trifecta of Stores in Silver Spring, Maryland and three more in Frederick, Maryland

Three may be a crowd, but record store owners in Silver Spring say the more, the merrier. Roadhouse Oldies is one of three record stores in Silver Spring, and it’s been in town the longest. It sells CDs and cassettes in addition to records, and is celebrating its 40th anniversary this month. Owner Alan Lee … Read more

Economy of the Ether: Early Radio History and the Commodification of Music

The early history of radio is an absorbing and complex saga. Often told from the narrative perspective of its inventors, technical milestones, or regulatory developments, little has been written about the commercial history of early radio and its influence on the commodification of music. Using a theoretical framework of commodification based upon the concepts of … Read more

Insight into why the musical magic of Muscle Shoals / FAME, stellar at first, then “faded”

Spot-on, I think, Comment from the video — “It’s funny that it starts out mentioning that the engineer knew and made (or at least serviced) all the equipment, and the sound quality was great. But then, technology moved in, and the engineer became disconnected, and there hasn’t been “that sound” or any true hit ever … Read more