Lana Del Rey ‎– Chemtrails Over The Country Club Review


We start this test by measuring the dynamic. Dynamic represents the ability to reproduce a wide range of sounds from the softest to the loudest. 

For our 7 editions we have obtained the following Dynamic Range (DR):

 Ed1 VinylEd2 Vinyl ColorEd3 Vinyl Picture DiscEd4 CDEd5 QobuzEd6 CassetteEd7 Vinyl RED
White DressDR12DR12DR12DR8DR8DR11DR12
Chemtrails Over The Country ClubDR10DR10DR10DR7DR7DR9DR10
Tulsa Jesus FreakDR12DR12DR11DR8DR8DR11DR12
Let Me Love You Like A WomanDR10DR11DR10DR6DR6DR9DR10
Wild At HeartDR11DR11DR10DR8DR8DR10DR11
Dark But Just A GameDR10DR10DR10DR7DR7DR10DR11
Not All Who Wander Are LostDR11DR11DR10DR8DR8DR10DR11
Breaking Up SlowlyDR10DR10DR10DR7DR7DR9DR10
Dance Till we DieDR12DR12DR11DR8DR8DR12DR12
For FreeDR10DR10DR9DR7DR7DR10DR10

 The DR vary globally from 10 to 11 for all release except the CD (DR8), is a good dynamic. Le CD has a lower dynamic with a DR8, due to the compression in the mastering. Streaming version (DR11) does not use the same master as the CD (DR8).

As a reminder, the scale goes from 0 to more 20, but the dynamics are considered good from 12, quite good between 10 and 11, and deteriorate below 10.

A low DR deviation (1 or 2) may be due to compression or a different treble level. Indeed, an increase in trebles has the effect of accentuating the perception of dynamics during listening but also during measuring.

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