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(@nicktorres)
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Sorry?

What is the question?


   
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(@panterririst)
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hahahha !!!

That has GOT to be the most innovative question I've heard in years....

Unless he was on pot when he typed.

Or I'm smoked out.

*goes back to learning chords*

"Pain is pure, isn't it?"


   
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(@forrok_star)
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I think of transparent as being a clean unaltered sound. For example, once I achieve the sound I'm looking for from my guitar, saturated tube amps with attenuators I would use solid state power amps to amplify that tone because they have more of a transparent sound. I also use tube power amps set to a clean setting blending the combination together for the over all bigger picture.

Joe


   
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(@slothrob)
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and, for vocals, a nice condenser mic will give you a more transparent sound than most typical dynamic mics. In other words, a clear accurate representation of the voice, especially the high and airy qualities sometimes associated with some female voices.


   
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(@hueseph)
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........ especially the high and airy qualities sometimes associated with some female voices.

Hmmmm. I've kinda wondered what I would sound like as a woman. :P

https://soundcloud.com/hue-nery/hue-audio-sampler


   
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(@panterririst)
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Is that what he wanted to know?

"Pain is pure, isn't it?"


   
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(@slothrob)
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Good question.


   
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