9 thoughts on “ My Telephone - Coldcut - Whats That Noise? (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Mar 04,  · This is an excellent album that features a variety of styles and highlights some early techno sounds. I have the one (there were different versions) with the original "Smoke 1", not the Queen Latifah version which was OK. I kind of like the original a bit better. My favorite track is "I'm In Deep" which has a nice early analog synthy techno sound.4/5(63).
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of What's That Noise? on Discogs. Label: Sanni Records - CCUT LP1 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Spain • Genre: Electronic, Hip Hop, Rock, Funk / Soul, Pop • Style: House, Breakbeat, Downtempo5/5(2).
  3. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for What's That Noise? - Coldcut on AllMusic - - English DJs Matt Black and Jonathan Moore came up 6/
  4. (This is a rare cassette edition of Ninja Tune recording artists Coldcut's iconic album What's That Noise?. released by Tommy Boy Records. Includes the hit "Beats & Pieces" and collaborations with Yazz, Lisa Stansfield, Mark E. Smith and more).Seller Rating: % positive.
  5. Jun 22,  · Got a tech question for Sound & Vision? Email us at [email protected]co Q I received an el-cheapo Victrola Vintage turntable for Father’s Day. Bypassing the built-in speakers, I eagerly connected the turntable’s RCA outputs to an auxiliary input on my Denon AVR XW receiver and played “Bohemian Rhapsody” from Queen’s Greatest Hits.
  6. 3. A vinyl album normally has a surface that's barely cupped. Using a sanding block will cause the outside and inside lands to be sanded more than the center lands. In my experiment, the center lands of my test record remained un-sanded even though I over-sanded the entire disc (one side) to see how much damage over sanding could do.
  7. Analog is mechanical. Whether you’re playing tape or spinning vinyl, moving parts are involved in getting sound to reach your ears. A turntable’s basic function is to pick up the vibrations, emitted by the grooves of your records, via the tonearm and softgranefdsourenzoo.agmoobidsoftpinniwallgopanancamul.co stylus then measures and converts these vibrations into an electrical signal that is amplified into sweet, sweet music, via.
  8. Oct 07,  · It could be dust, dirt, grime, oil, grease or even just a lot of static. It might be the TT / stylus. It might even be a "pirated" LP or perhaps just the only LP you have where the music is simply quieter than the LP's surface, so that you notice the surface noise rather than have it .
  9. I have been merrily digitizing my lp's (did cassettes first, about , with no issues), using a TEAC LP-RUSB with direct line-in to my computer and Audacity and saving as MP3 files. I traveled for four months and, when I returned, tried to resume recording, but I'm getting no input (just flat-line).

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