Started by Weaver, December 04, 2017, 06:01:16 AM
Quote from: Weaver on December 04, 2017, 06:01:16 AMYes Chris, this is the video I was talking about at Telford....
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Quote from: Dizzyfugu on December 04, 2017, 06:26:48 AM*In a professional context I recently took part in a presentation of a communication agency that developed a value system which assigns emotional attributes to music, and other things like brands, too. The result is a profile of bipolar attributes, making them operational and measurable. This system mounts into an algorithm that can match those profiles - and in the end you get robust recommendations for e. g. background music in TV spots that convey the brand's image. Or, on the other side, you get hints which melodies, sounds or arrangements to use when you create music for advertising purposes. Gone are the days when there were light-hearted things like "Like ice in the sunshine" or Kate Yanai's "Summer dreaming" for Bacardi. Now you are able to construct these things from scratch, or browse music catalogues for a brand image match. Scary, and somewhat sad.
Quote from: scooter on December 04, 2017, 09:11:37 AMIts all digitized to within a hertz of its life. That's why I listen to non-mainstream artists, like Imelda May, Caro Emerald, the Brian Setzer Orchestra, along with classic metal and rock and roll bands, Glenn Miller, Benny Goodman, etc. I do also happen to enjoy Epica's style of "symphonic metal".And when I do listen to the Swing-era bands, give me an analog to digital transfer. It sounds somehow warmer than a fully digitized recording.
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