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Aaron Maurer

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Korean Speakers
« on: January 08, 2016, 09:38:53 am »

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Tom Roche

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Re: Korean Speakers
« Reply #1 on: January 08, 2016, 04:07:16 pm »

I wonder how coherent the sound of that setup is.

There's a very interesting dynamic between the two Koreas.  Other than the vast political and economic differences, they act much like competing siblings.  When one country built a visitor center in Panmunjom, the other responded by building a larger one.  When one installed a large flag on a tall pole, the other responded with an even larger flag and taller pole.  And so it goes back and forth.

Regarding Korean speakers, my band opened for S. Korean artist Insooni in 2006 in Songtan, Pyeongtaek.  The Korean-made line array, subs, and monitor rig were quite impressive sounding.  Knowing how things are often done there, it was likely built based on another company's design.
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Stephen Kirby

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Re: Korean Speakers
« Reply #2 on: January 08, 2016, 05:23:09 pm »

The headline says they're blasting pop music at the north, but the video shows a pretty band limited (as you'd expect with the reentrant horns) voice track with plenty of distortion.

What they need is a Matterhorn playing "the brown note"  :D
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Re: Korean Speakers
« Reply #3 on: January 11, 2016, 12:11:50 am »

The headline says they're blasting pop music at the north, but the video shows a pretty band limited (as you'd expect with the reentrant horns) voice track with plenty of distortion.

The distortion may be in the chain of devices recording the horns. The horns themselves could actually be quite clear. They very likely are band-limited, as horns tend to be; the non-directional nature of lower notes would likely be lost anyway at the distances involved so there's no point reproducing low frequencies.

Without being there (or talking to someone who was), I guess we'll never know.
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