bobcurreri at me.com
Tue Aug 9 07:42:01 BST 2011
Not sure how I feel about noise and grain these days, even though I routinely add it to RED and ALEXA footage for texture. Unless you are watching Blu-ray it all gets stomped on with mpeg-2 compression anyway.
My main reason for chiming in here though was to point out that it was Little Walter who first used guitar amp distortion to mic his harmonica in the early 50's, long before Harrison, Hendrix or Santana. Just saying.
On Aug 8, 2011, at 5:45 PM, sklein54 at earthlink.net wrote:
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> Just to upset the applecart, It's not noise, it's texture....Keep every bit of it in I say.
> Engineers tried to eliminate feedback from guitar amps for years...Then there was Carlos Santana.
> Have a great day
> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Marc Wielage <mfw at musictrax.com>
>> Sent: Aug 8, 2011 4:31 PM
>> To: Lou Levinson <joe.beats at yahoo.com>
>> Cc: TIG <tig at tig.colorist.org>
>> Subject: Re: [Tig] nr
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>> On 8/8/11 8:15 AM, "Lou Levinson" <joe.beats at yahoo.com> wrote on the TIG:
>>> I agree with mr james. Which tool it is is far less important than the
>>> skill and taste with which it's wielded. NR is one of those things
>>> that's easy to misuse.
>> Amen to that. As a good friend of mine often says: "It's about the archer,
>> not about the arrows."
>> You give people NR processors (whether for audio or video), and some wind up
>> saying: "Look! It goes to '11'!" Not good.
>> --Marc W.
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