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Old July 28th, 2015, 07:46 PM   #9
Paul Smith
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Well, the trial recordings with the blind have come and gone. To be honest, it doesn't sound any different on the recordings. There was already enough textile sound absorption going on in that room, I suppose, but it looks cool and that matters. And musicians were not awakened at 4am, so everyone had a much better time. And, yeah, ba-lues were sung, as a matter of fact... More surmey than sky blue...

Of course, now that I've proven the utility of covering windows with rug blinds, I can make the case to my patient wife that we need to substantially expand the collection to cover all these windows (I just pitched this theory and the response was laughter, so I guess that means that she is giddy with delight, right?).

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