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Re: What are your favorite test tracks?

PostPosted: 10 Apr 2016, 15:24
by rikardo1979
I have really long list of my favorite music, but here are few

Allan Taylor - Color to the Moon
Steve Strauss - Argyle Bridge
Chris Jones - No Sanctuary Here

And I have just receive a great live recording of Fink - Wheels Turn Beneath My Feet on vinyl.
Favorite track Trouble What's You're In

Re: What are your favorite test tracks?

PostPosted: 29 Dec 2016, 13:07
by rikardo1979
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Re: What are your favorite test tracks?

PostPosted: 15 Jan 2017, 22:46
by pietpara
Here's a few from my favourite list nowdays...

Nicolas Jaar, Space is only Noise
Billy Gibbons, Perfectamundo
Calexico, edge of the sun, limited edition bonus CD
Easy Star All Star's , Dub Side of the Moon
Pink Floyd, Wish you were here, experience edition.
Agnes Obel, Citizen of Glass
Yello, Touch, Deluxe Edition

Re: What are your favorite test tracks?

PostPosted: 16 Jan 2017, 21:36
by TommyBoy
Artist : Jennifer Warnes
Album : The Hunter
Song : 02 Somwhere, Somebody

CHECK the crystal clear sound, be aware of supersonic audio frequency range too,
so if your speaker system can handle the ultra low frequencies, you will experiance some hidden details too :-)

Re: What are your favorite test tracks?

PostPosted: 22 Jan 2017, 16:01
by ianhaynes
I wasn't aware of Jennifer Warnes so this is a great find. 'Way Down Deep' on the same album (The Hunter) is about as low as anything I know.

There's a YouTube video by Hans Beekhuyzen about Pi Power Supplies (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L_i8UTa4rw4) and he recommends a Bob Dylan track, 'Man In The Long Black Coat' from the album 'Oh Mercy', that shows up PSU differences. I was skeptical but to my surprise could hear the difference between my standard Pi supply and an old but good linear supply I have. I'll now be building a smaller, more modern linear supply for my system.

Ian

Re: What are your favorite test tracks?

PostPosted: 23 Jan 2017, 10:11
by rikardo1979
TommyBoy wrote:Artist : Jennifer Warnes
Album : The Hunter
Song : 02 Somwhere, Somebody

CHECK the crystal clear sound, be aware of supersonic audio frequency range too,
so if your speaker system can handle the ultra low frequencies, you will experiance some hidden details too :-)

very nice ;)
Cheerio

Re: What are your favorite test tracks?

PostPosted: 13 Apr 2017, 11:48
by graceinc
Love this song, quite addictive for me.

Re: What are your favorite test tracks?

PostPosted: 31 May 2017, 20:25
by BarrieThorne
TommyBoy wrote:Artist : Jennifer Warnes
Album : The Hunter
Song : 02 Somwhere, Somebody

CHECK the crystal clear sound, be aware of supersonic audio frequency range too,
so if your speaker system can handle the ultra low frequencies, you will experiance some hidden details there too :-)

Wow, thanks a lot, this song is awesome!
I've heard it long time ago, but I couldn't find it for years!

Re: What are your favorite test tracks?

PostPosted: 09 Aug 2017, 02:44
by thatguy
Smooth Criminal - Michael Jackson for bass response.
Auerlio Voltaire - Riding a Black Unicorn... for treble.

Anything else for anything else.

Re: What are your favorite test tracks?

PostPosted: 16 Mar 2019, 04:21
by LuciVelasquez
TommyBoy wrote:Artist : Jennifer Warnes
Album : The Hunter
Song : 02 Somwhere, Somebody

CHECK the crystal clear sound, be aware of supersonic audio frequency range too,
so if your speaker system can handle the ultra low frequencies, you will experiance some hidden details to find statistics homework help :-)

Hmm that use of supersonic frequencies is not a common thing as for my experience. Thanks, it was interesting to discover :)