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    One of my favorite things about music is dissecting it. That's one of the reason well written songs have lasting value, you can replay them and catch something new.

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    Musical recordings, especially studio productions, are jigsaw puzzles assembled from instruments carved and fit to occupy discrete places along the frequency spectrum. I enjoy experiencing and analyzing timbre and texture as much as appreciating a piece's sonorities.

    Music theory isn't especially relevant to this, really. I'd suggest reading about, and even experimenting with, sound engineering; as well as retrospectives on the recording processes of famous albums.

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