A sense of place in recorded music

T Bone Burnett: “A sense of place is very important to me in recording. When I’m listening to a record, I always want to feel I’m there in some proximity to the musicians, listening to them in a room, and there’s that kind of fidelity, that kind of experience.”  (Stereophile, June 2008, p. 69)

I call this presence and realism.

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