July 20, 2024

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‘Watch the Sound with Mark Ronson’ explores technology’s role in music

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“I have always been obsessed with how points audio,” Mark Ronson said by way of environment up the 3rd installment of his six-aspect docuseries on the intersection of technologies and songs.

“It is the big difference between a wonderful song and an legendary recording,” he reported.

Seconds later on, the Shangri-Las are harmonizing the opening lyrics of “Out in the Streets,” their voices bathed in a shimmering ocean of reverb that elevates what would’ve been a good song either way to something completely more transcendent. 

This is followed by the tale of when Ronson was generating Amy Winehouse and when asked what type of file she was fascinated in generating, she responded by playing a Shangri-Las track.

As Ronson claims, “It had this dim, expansive audio that conjured so substantially emotion and I wondered ‘How did they do that?'”

Getting spent much of his lifetime as a new music-obsessive-turned-producer asking that exact same query, Ronson is well-experienced to just take the viewer on a journey of discovery that seeks to demonstrate accurately how they did that in the Apple Tv set+ docuseries “View the Seem With Mark Ronson.” 

And he’s rounded up some significant hitters to replicate on their own breakthroughs with technological innovation.

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