A Few Random Musical Notes
2. In the Foo Fighters' "On the Mend," the highs seem much more alive; almost painfully beautiful. And the echo-y effect on Dave Grohl's voice is warm, well-controlled, and subtle but absolutely distinct.
3. There are incredibly tight and lifelike bass and drum sounds on Beth Orton's "Conceived."
4. I first noticed a kind of trickling, warbling, running water sound that plays throughout the Wood Brothers' "That's What Angels Can Do" when I listened through the Musical Fidelity A3.5 integrated and CD player. I enjoyed this surprise. Through the Moscode, however, this pleasant warbling sound is somewhat overshadowed by tape hiss. Not a big deal.
5. Finally, with the Moscode in the system, I noticed I could actually hear the sound of the CD player reading and spinning discs at the very beginning of an album. It sounds like aliens in outerspace. I realize that this is not very musical, but I just wanted to mention it. It's kind of cool, in a weird audiophile sort of way, I suppose.