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  2. Get 25% Off Already Specially Priced Chesky Covers Sampler Using Code CPUCOVERS When Buying On HDtracks The only thing better than hearing songs you know and love is hearing them in pristine high definition. Whether it's the iconic voice of Macy Gray reinterpreting Bob Marley's "Redemption Song" or Melissa Menago tipping her hat to Kenny Loggins' cultural touchstone, "Danger Zone", The Chesky Covers Sampler has something for everyone. All recorded in high definition with a single Binaural microphone -- feel the music come alive around you! Featuring: Melissa Menago - "Danger Zone" Amber Rubarth - "Losing My Religion" Alexis Cole - "Dazzling Blue" John McEuen - "Excitable Boy"* Noah Wall - "St. Louis Blues" Alexis Cole - "St. Judy's Comet" Macy Gray - "Redemption Song" Melissa Menago - "Hallelujah" John McEuen - "Mr. Bojangles"* Noah Wall - "Down by the Riverside" *From John McEuen's upcoming album, Made In Brooklyn (available 9.30.16) Chesky Website | Chesky Facebook | Sign Up For Chesky Newsletter
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  7. CLICK HERE TO VOTE Chesky Records spent much of the summer combing through over 3,500 submissions to its inaugural Singer-Songwriter search through ReverbNation. After many hours listening and much debate, we narrowed the field down to 13. During a voting tournament, 13 were narrowed down to 2. The finals are here. The act that wins today will be offered a record contract with Chesky Records. It's your turn to be a part of the A&R process. Which artist would you be more interested in Chesky releasing? For today's match up, please take a moment to check out the Bio for each artist and the video that accompanies it. Then, TO CAST YOUR VOTE, PLEASE CLICK HERE (and receive a code for 50% off any Chesky title). Thank you for supporting new music and Chesky Records. KORBE CANIDA Korbe Canida is an indie folk/rock singer-songwriter and musician from Phoenix, AZ. In January 2012, Korbe established her quirky, heartfelt and truth telling identity as a musician through an impressible first live performance as a solo artist. With the support of her loyal following and fan base who cheerfully crown themselves as the Korbe Canida “Lovelies”, Korbe successfully met the goals allocated for her Kickstarter campaign and was able to both jump start the release of her debut EP, The Siren and The Sailor, and set out on her first tour throughout the West Coast of America. Korbe has since fashioned the development of her artistry, playing various shows, writing new well loved material and hitting her second tour, this time throughout the Southern states of America. MOLLY PINTO MADIGAN Winner of the Boston Folk Festival's Songwriter Contest and dual Creativity Award recipient from Salem State University, Molly Pinto Madigan is a young songwriter who has earned praise for her angelic voice. Filled with smoke and roses, heartbreak and beauty and unrelenting hope, her songs combine haunting melodies with raw, poetic lyrics to create an intimate and evocative listening experience.
  8. CLICK HERE TO VOTE Chesky Records spent much of the summer combing through over 3,500 submissions to its inaugural Singer-Songwriter search through ReverbNation. After many hours listening and much debate, we've narrowed the field down to 13. Each week day the rest of the month of August, fans will have the opportunity to vote on head-to-head match ups until only one act remains. This act will be offered a record contract with Chesky Records. It's your turn to be a part of the A&R process. Which artist would you be more interested in Chesky releasing? For today's match up, please take a moment to check out the Bio for each artist and the video that accompanies it. Then, TO CAST YOUR VOTE, PLEASE CLICK HERE (and receive a code for 50% off any Chesky title). Thank you for supporting new music and Chesky Records. PIPER LOU-RENEE In a world where everything seems to be fabricated, Piper's songs are honest and refreshing! She's just a small town Kansas girl, who has a passion for singing and songwriting. But she has a vision to challenge this generation to be real and genuine, the way we're made to be. With her mom being a top ten inspirational recording artist, she’s been surrounded by music her whole life and it was only a matter of time before she followed in her mom's footsteps. MOLLY PINTO MADIGAN Winner of the Boston Folk Festival's Songwriter Contest and dual Creativity Award recipient from Salem State University, Molly Pinto Madigan is a young songwriter who has earned praise for her angelic voice. Filled with smoke and roses, heartbreak and beauty and unrelenting hope, her songs combine haunting melodies with raw, poetic lyrics to create an intimate and evocative listening experience.
  9. CLICK HERE TO VOTE Chesky Records spent much of the summer combing through over 3,500 submissions to its inaugural Singer-Songwriter search through ReverbNation. After many hours listening and much debate, we've narrowed the field down to 13. Each week day the rest of the month of August, fans will have the opportunity to vote on head-to-head match ups until only one act remains. This act will be offered a record contract with Chesky Records. It's your turn to be a part of the A&R process. Which artist would you be more interested in Chesky releasing? For today's match up, please take a moment to check out the Bio for each artist and the video that accompanies it. Then, TO CAST YOUR VOTE, PLEASE CLICK HERE (and receive a code for 50% off any Chesky title). Thank you for supporting new music and Chesky Records. NMBR11 Born and raised in South America (Chile and Venezuela), coming to the US over a decade ago, and being exposed to many cultures resulted in the rich sound they now deliver in their music. Bernard and Yeshiva (Bernard - FIU & FAU alumni & Yeshiva - Berklee alumni) join forces to create songs that reflect the wide variety of influences they’ve picked up along the road, which range from Americana, Blues, Roots, Folk, Jazz, Latin, and Rock. Their hearts, however, are ever so taken by Americana music, which is the style they drift towards when it comes to writing. KORBE CANIDA Korbe Canida is an indie folk/rock singer-songwriter and musician from Phoenix, AZ. In January 2012, Korbe established her quirky, heartfelt and truth telling identity as a musician through an impressible first live performance as a solo artist. With the support of her loyal following and fan base who cheerfully crown themselves as the Korbe Canida “Lovelies”, Korbe successfully met the goals allocated for her Kickstarter campaign and was able to both jump start the release of her debut EP, The Siren and The Sailor, and set out on her first tour throughout the West Coast of America. Korbe has since fashioned the development of her artistry, playing various shows, writing new well loved material and hitting her second tour, this time throughout the Southern states of America.
  10. I just downloaded this new 24/192 Binaural+ album off of HD Tracks. foobar2000 1.1.13 / Dynamic Range Meter 1.1.1 log date: 2012-10-09 12:32:12 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Analyzed: Amber Rubarth / Sessions from the 17th Ward -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- DR Peak RMS Duration Track -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- DR15 0.00 dB -20.77 dB 5:41 01-Hold On DR11 -0.17 dB -15.63 dB 2:12 02-Don't You DR16 0.00 dB -21.16 dB 1:17 03-Strive DR14 -4.00 dB -23.13 dB 2:46 04-A Kiss to Build a Dream On DR15 -0.25 dB -20.34 dB 2:05 05-Down Home DR15 -0.44 dB -19.49 dB 4:57 06-Novocaine DR13 -5.88 dB -23.76 dB 1:47 07-Darkest Dark, Brightest Bright DR19 0.00 dB -22.84 dB 2:16 08-Tundra DR15 0.00 dB -18.64 dB 3:20 09-Good Mystery DR13 -6.78 dB -25.22 dB 5:05 10-Washing Day DR16 -4.61 dB -26.65 dB 2:16 11-Sneak DR14 -1.82 dB -22.14 dB 3:26 12-Full Moon in Paris DR14 -4.64 dB -25.10 dB 3:58 13-Just Like a Woman DR13 -7.12 dB -25.23 dB 3:39 14-Storms Are On the Ocean -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Number of tracks: 14 Official DR value: DR14 Samplerate: 192000 Hz Channels: 2 Bits per sample: 24 Bitrate: 5314 kbps Codec: FLAC ================================================================================ I'm pretty sure there was no compressor used in this recording and it was direct from the binaural dummy head microphone which would explain the widely varying dynamic range between tracks. Now for Frequency Plots of Track 11 "Sneak": On the first frequency plot you can see the microphones response is nearly 35Khz. To the left of the second frequency plot you can see the rising frequency response and increased ultrasonic noise floor caused by post processing of the dummy head frequency rolloff. To the right you can see the characteristic apodizing digital filter used in the MSB Studio ADC (I can recognize this response now as unique among ADCs used by studios)