Genialt bra plate, de spiller på Øya fredag 8.8Opprinnelig postet av asvaberg
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07-07-2008, 23:34 #3381
07-08-2008, 18:22 #3382
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Disse gutta høres veldig bra ut på sommeren, og ellers også. Har dere noen yndlinger å høre på om sommeren?
07-08-2008, 18:52 #3383Opprinnelig postet av Rotja
Tja.. en av sommercd'ene jeg spiller mest for tiden er nettopp denne..
Live in Paris med Diana Krall havner også ofte i spilleren en del for tiden.Kjeller :Talk Electronics Tornado 3; Golden Tube Audio SEP-1; REL Stampede; Magnepan MG12; RME ADI-2; Squeezebox v3/Vortexbox; Vinylsnurrer: Luxman PD272/DL110pu/MyGroov;
Head-fi: SB; RME ADI-2; Shure SRH940;
Stue : Audio Pro Addon T8/SB Duet;
Kjøkken : SB Boom.
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07-08-2008, 19:09 #3384
I dag ligger det an til skikkelig lytteaften...
Er på CD 2 av 4 nå og den er knall så langt!
EDIT: Denne må jeg bare anbefale på det aller sterkeste - knallgod lyd og utrolig flott musikk. Midt i blinken for meg. En vanvittig låtliste dette - ikke mange daupunkter!
07-08-2008, 23:19 #3385
John Patitucci - Mistura Fina
Flott plate av en fantastisk bassist. Brasiliansk jazz/pop med tilslag av sommer-samba!
07-09-2008, 00:01 #3386
07-09-2008, 00:03 #3387
Dream Theater - Six Degrees Of Inner Turbulence plata spillet akkurat nu. :-D
07-09-2008, 09:21 #3388Opprinnelig postet av mteinum
07-09-2008, 09:31 #3389
Den første CD'en var faktisk fra vårt naboland, Sverige...
ABBA - The Visitors ble utgitt i 1981. :-)
07-09-2008, 09:38 #3390
Her er forresten litt mer interessant info, hentet fra BBC:
The first compact disc was produced 25 years (1982) ago in a factory in Germany after years of development by Philips and Sony.
The compact disc project was launched following Philips' failure with its video disc technology in 1978.
The video disc was one of the first commercial products to take advantage of laser technology that could read information from a disc without any physical contact.
Research into the video disc began as far back as 1969, and itself was inspired by Italian Antonio Rubbiani, who had demonstrated a rudimentary video disc system 12 years earlier.
In 1970 Philips began work on what was called the ALP (audio long play) - an audio disc system to rival vinyl records, but using laser technology.
Lou Ottens, technical director of the audio division at Philips, was the first to suggest that the ALP be made smaller than the dominant vinyl format and should aim for one hour of music.
Sony and Philips announce their joint taskforce
The project initially flirted with the idea of quadraphonic sound but a disc with one hour of music had to be 20cm in diameter and so the plan was abandoned.
In 1977 Philips began to take the development of a new audio format much more seriously. A new name for the product was discussed and names considered included Mini Rack, MiniDisc, and Compact Rack.
The team settled on Compact Disc because it was felt it would remind people of the success of the Compact Cassette.
In March 1979 Philips conducted a press conference to show off the audio quality of its CD system in production and also to impress upon rivals how well it was progressing.
Philips first CD player cost more than £1,000 in today's money
A week later Philips travelled to Japan after the Japanese Ministry of Industry and Technology (MITI) had decided to convene a conference to discuss how the industry could create a standard for the audio disc. The company left Japan having agreed a deal with Sony.
Philips' plan for a CD with a 11.5cm diameter had to be changed when Sony insisted that a disc must hold all of Beethoven's 9th Symphony.
The longest recording of the symphony in record label Polygram's archive was 74 minutes and so the CD size was increased to 12cm diameter to accommodate the extra data.
In 1980 Philips and Sony produced their Red Book, which laid down all the standards for compact discs. From that time on the companies worked separately on their own CD equipment but in the early days agreed to share components.
In April 1982 Philips showed off a production CD player for the first time. "From now on, the conventional record player is obsolete," said Lou Ottens.
The first commercial CDs pressed were The Visitors by Abba and a recording of Herbert von Karajan conducting the Alpine Symphony by Richard Strauss.
US record labels were initially very sceptical about the CD. A year after launch there were 1,000 different titles available.
In 1985 Dire Straits' Brothers In Arms became the first CD to sell more than one million copies. It is still the world's most successful CD album.
In 2000 global sales of CD albums peaked at 2.455 billion. In 2006 that figure was down to 1.755 billion.
Her finner du for øvrig teksten originalt: BBC NEWS | Technology | How the CD was developed
07-09-2008, 10:00 #3391
ach, so !
Abba's siste ble den første - hvor har jeg lest noe lignende..............
Pussig da at plata ikke er med her:
eBay Guides - Collectable CDs The world's first 50 CD titles.
Legg merke til teksten oppe:
Here is the complete list of the first 50 CDs released simultaneously on October 1, 1982:
Abba's Visitor hadde lansering i 1981
Men jeg mistenker at den ikke kom på CD før etter 1982 og da er spørsmålet:
hvilken utgivelse ble LANSERT på CD først (samtidig med LP, ikke etter LP lanseringen) ???
07-09-2008, 10:53 #3392
Det å si at Billy Joel var den første er vel en sannhet med modifikasjoner ja Det hadde vel neppe vært bra dersom den første spilleren kom og det var kun en plate å få kjøpt..
The History of Compact Disc thread. Information wanted. - SH Forums
Sony Global - Sony History
In addition, while Sony was launching the CDP-101, CBS/Sony launched the world's first fifty CD titles, the very first one being 52nd Street by Billy Joel.
The first fifty titles included classical, popular and rock releases. CBS/Sony took the opportunity to sell not only to audio fans but also to a wide range of people. Until then, electronics companies had only targeted such high-end audio products like the component stereo system representing 5% of audio fans. After the second and third set of CD titles were released, the total number of titles at the end of the year reached approximately one hundred.
07-09-2008, 11:24 #3393
Når det gjelder Abba, så fant jeg denne:
The Philips factory in Germany, where the world’s first CD was pressed, belonged to Polygram – the recording company, which Philips owned at the time. The first CD to be manufactured at the plant was “The Visitors” by ABBA. By the time CDs were introduced on the market in November 1982, a catalogue of around 150 titles – mainly classical music – had been produced. The first CDs and CD players – including Philips’ CD100 – were introduced in Japan in November, followed by a US and European market introduction in March of 1983.
Eurovision Song Contest Serbia 2008 | News - Update: Compact Disk's 25th birthday
The first people to hear a full album on CD may well have been developers listening to ABBA, but the first 16 commercial CDs were released by CBS/Sony in Japan on 1 October 1982. Most sources say a Japanese pressing of Billy Joel's 52nd street was the first commercially available offering of the new Compact Disk.
07-09-2008, 11:43 #3394
Tool - 10 000days! Men tror jeg snart hopper over på Hr Knopfler - Sailing to Philadelphia.
07-09-2008, 12:03 #3395
07-09-2008, 17:49 #3396
Her går det i en salig blanding:
ELP, Brain Salad Surgery.
Toccata (som ikke er som Bach) - kjør på!
07-09-2008, 23:54 #3397
Hellsongs - Hymns in the key of 666
Den roligste hardrockplata noen sinne :-D
Veldig fin innspilling og morsom vri på mange klassikere. Kan virkelig anbefales2x Devialet Silver Phantom, Devialet Dialog
07-10-2008, 18:01 #3398
07-10-2008, 18:26 #3399
takk for tips, Cyber.
Flott ung dame, BBB:
- Billig (i drift, hun verken drikker.......)
07-10-2008, 18:33 #3400Opprinnelig postet av asvaberg
Men tror nok ikke hun er billig - mormonerne pleier å være nokså konservative - for å si det mildt, men syntes det var litt deilig musikk på en torsdagsaften... Synd å si det men jeg er svak for litt country-chicks som synger i denne gaten.