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    Default Psychoacoustics (No Mandolin Content)

    Pretty interesting, at least I thought so.

    http://reverb.com/blog/psychoacousti...aid=newsletter

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    me too, thanks

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    Default Re: Psychoacoustics (No Mandolin Content)

    wow, extremely interesting! thanks for posting
    If I miss one dayís practice, I notice it. If I miss two daysí practice, the critics notice it. If I miss three daysí practice, the public notices it.
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    Default Re: Psychoacoustics (No Mandolin Content)

    All I get is a 404 - Not Found error.

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    Default Re: Psychoacoustics (No Mandolin Content)

    Quote Originally Posted by Tobin View Post
    All I get is a 404 - Not Found error.
    Weird, the link works for me. If you're interested, maybe go to Reverb.com, and look for it on their blog?

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    Default Re: Psychoacoustics (No Mandolin Content)

    It works when I open it on my phone, but didn't when I opened it on my laptop earlier. Maybe the page was just temporarily down.

    Anyway, they mention that the human ear is made to hear mid-range better than lows and highs. But if that's true, why can we always hear the bass thump of loud music from further away than we can hear lyrics? For instance, I live a few miles outside of town, and when the wind is right I can hear live music from the local cowboy bar. But what I hear is the bass guitar, never the lead guitar or singing.

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    Default Re: Psychoacoustics (No Mandolin Content)

    low freqs travel long distances easier, which is why elephants can hear each others rumbles miles away
    If I miss one dayís practice, I notice it. If I miss two daysí practice, the critics notice it. If I miss three daysí practice, the public notices it.
    Franz Liszt, 1894

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    Default Re: Psychoacoustics (No Mandolin Content)

    Good little primer.

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