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  • #16
    H80N, that is just amazing history! Thank you for posting. Your dad must have been quite a guy-that's real cutting edge stuff that moved the industry.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Aeronca41 View Post
      H80N, that is just amazing history! Thank you for posting. Your dad must have been quite a guy-that's real cutting edge stuff that moved the industry.
      Yes he was..... kinda digressed from the topic though...

      anyway... these were factors that colored my views of recorded music.............

      Thus... I really like Knopfler because of his meticulous attention to detail in both his playing and studio mastering
      Last edited by H80N; 08-23-2016, 09:26 PM.
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      • #18
        Originally posted by H80N View Post

        I am lucky... my father was a genius and probably the best audio engineer of the 50's and 60's......
        he invented and designed many things in the field that are still considered the gold standard....
        including the "Fairchild 670"
        That is so cool and great. About the only invention my family was good at was trailer hitches and boat trailers...Bob
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        • #19
          Originally posted by H80N View Post
          We all have our own personal preferences................................

          But you might take some time to listen to Knopfler... the studio work... not the live stuff
          Yea I've listened to some of the DIre Straits stuff, very meticulous clean picking/plucking. It is surely the envy of many guitarists out there. I still remember first hearing Sultans of Swing on the "classic rock" radio station sometime in the 80s, was totally blown away at the time. And this thread has officially gone off track, lol.
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          • #20
            ...but what cool stuff we learn when we go off track!

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            • #21
              Originally posted by OscarJr View Post

              Yea I've listened to some of the DIre Straits stuff, very meticulous clean picking/plucking. It is surely the envy of many guitarists out there. I still remember first hearing Sultans of Swing on the "classic rock" radio station sometime in the 80s, was totally blown away at the time. And this thread has officially gone off track, lol.
              Most folks are unaware of how much he has really done... it is a pretty broad an large body of work

              https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mark_Knopfler



              BTW... not totally off track... music and welding share a lot... in style..rhythm and energy..........
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              Dynasty 350DX Tigrunner
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              Millermatic 200

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              • #22
                "Officially Unsynthesized" <br />
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                ....or something like that was printed on their album covers.

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