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Re: Advice to an audiophobe -- If others need it.

On Sat, 2008-12-27 at 15:50 -0500, William Case wrote:
> You will notice that the first 11 URL's I cite are for people like me
> who have 'tin ears' and only have a secondary interest in sound as it
> relates to music.  As a side note, all my life I had distinguished
> music as having only three characteristics; loud or soft, high or low;
> and, pleasant or annoying.  It seems that I wasn't as far off the mark
> as I thought I was.  I will, from hereon, try to pick up on and
> understand some of the more basic musical nuances I hear.

Might be worth exploring some other types of music, if you're tone deaf,
you might find something that does appeal.

As well as popular, there's a plethora of genres:  Classical, jazz,
avantgarde, percussion, etc., etc.

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