CNET’s Top 10 reasons why music is compressed – NOT - This post is a reply to an article on CNET by Steve Guttenberg, claiming to list the “Top 10 reasons why music is compressed”. Frankly, Steve should know better. The article was brought to my attention by Bobby Owsinski on his blog, who although he says he doesn’t necessarily agree with all the points, does say he “loves” the list, and that “there are a lot of things in the list that makes sense”.
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Nienna, The Mourning Vala from the Silmarillion: “Nienna looked at the pale Moon under the shadow of her distant halls. She remembered the glory of the Two Trees and all the pain that Melkor caused by his greed and envy. But in silence she recalled the Music of The Ainur and how Melkor’s actions were present even there, as a terrible melody in the middle of unfolding mysteries. And as she revived the Music in her thoughts, her sorrow grew but so did her compassion."
I grew up on good music, but I want to introduce my daughters to artists who infuse their works with the gospel, who inscribe on their works Bach's inscription, "Gloria Sol Deo." Glory to God alone. - "Looking for the Gospel in Good Songs" | Little Book, Big Story