Subject: Re: [Fwd: Concerts in Nov.]
From: Carlos Palombini (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Nov 16 1999 - 04:16:47 EST
> Many years ago, "His Master's Voice" (now HMV) had a symbol of a little
> dog, ear cocked, listening to the horn of a(n) (acoustical) 78 rpm record
> player. RCA Victor picked up the symbol for a number of years. The idea
> being that the little dog was listening to his "master's" (or even better
> now, "mistresses") voice.
> Sometimes that small sound speaks truths beyond the clatter of 109 dB of
> phase and time-aligned clatter and rumble.
No doubt Kevin, and I've listened intensively to those records, which were a
present from my great grandfather. But cannot we explore both extremes?
PS: I'm still not clear as to what "rf" means.
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