Download Repeat - KJ* - The Headphone (File, Album)
2009
Label: Not On Label (Keita Juma Self-released) - none • Format: 12x, File FLAC, Album • Country: Canada • Genre: Hip Hop •


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  1. Faujind

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    Apr 26,  · What, exactly, is a headphone album? Well, the definition changes depending on who you conlietiphosubsri.blacavpevenonscengeringtymasdilin.co audiophiles, a headphone album is a work that is so exquisitely recorded that it demands you listen to each beautifully recorded note under a sonic microscope. Miles Davis’ Kind of Blue fits that conlietiphosubsri.blacavpevenonscengeringtymasdilin.co others, a great headphone album is one that makes an intimate album more intimate (such Author: Brad Tolinski.
  2. Zujinn

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    Jun 03,  · The Sky Moves Sideways is a sonic journey that will keep your ears intently listening for what’s waiting around the next corner. The opening track titled “The Sky Moves Sideways Phase 1” has a playtime of over 18 minutes. Despite it’s a longer duration, there’s enough going on in this track to keep your ears happily entertained until it drifts lazily into the next track.
  3. Dar

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    May 10,  · It's the dynamics that make for a great Headphone Album. There needs to be quiet parts mixed with bombastic sections. Hard-panning sounds good on headphones, but isn't necessary. The Hyper-White Noise compressed sound of many modern recordings is horrible for headphone listening, unless you want to induce a headache.
  4. Melar

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    Apr 21,  · Open the Apple Music app and play a song, album, or playlist. At the bottom of the screen, tap the song that's playing to open Now Playing. At the bottom of the Now Playing screen, tap Playing Next. At the top of the Playing Next screen, you can turn repeat on or off. Repeat an album or playlist: Tap Repeat Off to turn on Repeat All.
  5. Gardasar

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    There’s a number of options in the footer bar, notably the loop button. Amazon explains in their FAQs that to use the loop/repeat button. Tap once to repeat all songs in the album or playlist. Tap twice to repeat the current song over and over.
  6. Nagami

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    If your headphones don't fit properly, you won't hear all that high-res audio files afford. How does this translate to degrading sound quality? Well, when a loud external noise (e.g. passing car) permeates the physical barrier of your earphones, our brains raise the alarms and focus on the loud, threatening sound over the quieter music.
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  8. Tygolkis

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    Do not listen to your headphones while the burn-in file is playing! The audio burn-in file contains a nonstop loop of: White noise, pink noise, radio white noise, Hz frequency sweeps, Hz frequency sweeps, Hz frequency sweeps, as well as a .
  9. Ditaxe

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    Sep 02,  · There are some other headphone album threads, but they seem to be just lists of albums that people like (and I'm sure for good reason). It'd be interesting to discuss what it is about your favourite 'headphone albums' that make them good for listening in such a fashion.

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