Recording technology improved gradually from the commencement of electronic recording in 1926 until the end of the shellac age, after 1950. This involved among other things better cutting tecniques, increasing the frequency response of the records. At the same time gradual improvements in microphone technology
When moving from your own studio to a new venue to DJ, you will find that your carefully crafted equalisation sounds a lot different than at home. Different types of speaker systems tend to emphasise music in different ways and the specific acuoustics of the
A compressor can be used in a DJ situation when you feel you are not able to play the music loud enough. The cause for that may be that your equipment cannot sustain more volume, or that you cannot due to external restraints increase the
Once we have modified the music to our taste in the digital realm, we need to get that music in the most straightforward way possible to the speakers that output the music in a milonga. How we do that, however, can in many ways affect
In early August the Reykjavík scene changes a bit, with a lot of the regulars away on vacation. Tonight however the locals were supplanted by a lot of interested visitors from abroad. So the dancing tonight was lively, with about 20 people dancing throughout the
This was a quiet summer milonga. A small crowd of people attending, about 12 paople dancing for most of the time, although some people arrived late for a dance or to before closing.
A special milonga in Dansversktæðið in Reykjavik 25 May 2019. We had great visitors from Tango Academy in London, Maria Tsiatsiani, Leandro Palou, Leo Di Cocco, Sol Cerquides, and Fernando Gracia. They did a spectacular show with 5 numbers in all. A lot of people
Milonga El Cramo in Reykjavik 10 May 2019. This was a lively occasion with around 25 people active throughout. Mostly Edad de oro music, with a couple of electortango tandas included to spice things up a bit.
Milonga El Cramo in Reykjavik 26 April 2019.
Milonga El Cramo in Reykjavik 15 March 2019. This was a very lively milonga with a lot of people to begin with. things slowed a bit nearing the end with a few tired dancers lasting all to the Cumparsita.