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Thread: Sibilance in general -- what is the most likely cause?

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    Listen to the lastest Lorde album. Massive recorded sibilance. Ruined by it really.

    What were they thinking/hearing?
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    Quote Originally Posted by User211 View Post
    Listen to the lastest Lorde album. Massive recorded sibilance. Ruined by it really.

    What were they thinking/hearing?
    Just had a brief listen (that's another 20 seconds of my life wasted), and I'm shocked that nobody picked up on it.
    Whether or not it has ruined it is up for debate - I think not
    Chris

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    Pure Heroine is very good really. Melodramas level of sibilance just defies belief. I'll have to ignore it on anything above a Bluetooth speaker and even then it's bad.
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    Would a "De-Esser" help? Very popular in live sound, but then so is heroine.


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