[JPL] ECM Delay

Jae Sinnett jaejazz at yahoo.com
Wed Aug 2 16:14:47 EDT 2006


I certainly understand this concept of delay in live performance but on disc......particularly if you segue into the first ECM track and not remembering the delay is there - can certainly make it sound like something went wrong.  
   
  Jae 

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In a message dated 8/1/2006 8:50:38 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time, 
jassav at comcast.net writes:
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ECM cds have sent me quickly scanning the board to see what button I didn't 
have pushed. ECM is the only one that has this delay and to confuse 
things 
even more, every so often, a ECM cd will not have the delay. I'm always 
prepared, and will hit the play button early, but you never know how early. 
I too would love to know why they do this. I am sure it is intentional. 
But why?


..>>

Some of us who remember vinyl still cue-up a CD...in the real sense: 
actually hearing the first couple of seconds. It's good practice, anyway, because of 
labeling inconsistencies (sometimes a brief inter-music narrative is 
enumerated, sometimes not).

Ed

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