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I'll try to present a personal armchair-psychological view on this, not talking about auditory systems, nerves, biological physics and other stuff of which I know practically nothing. But I know what it feels like to be me, so that should count for something. why are the flawed acoustics of a venue far less acceptable on a recording than in person This is ...


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It's a complicated topic, and the variables involved alone would keep a panel of musicians and audio technicians busy debating for a week. I would like to offer that sound quality and life-like sonic pleasantness are highly subjective, and that which sounds great to one person may or may not be as pleasing (yet alone emotion-stirring) to another listener. I ...


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With a bit of luck, you can undo those actions that caused your issue with CMD+Z (repeat it until you get the deleted track back). The only other thing I can think of, is that your projects' BPM changed. If the BPM is increased, it will also speed up all audio- and midi parts, making them appear shorter. But I am sure you would have noticed this as the tempo ...


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