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I have been there to cover five Apollo launches at Cape Canaveral (Kennedy when I was there in the 1970s), and the Saturn V launches, do have a "ripping paper" type of quality, with super-deep bass that I've never heard captured by any microphones, one that really kicks you in the gut. It's an awe-inspiring experience.

 

The enhanced sound of the rocket above was amazing, especially when they break through the atmosphere and it starts getting phasey-weird and "moaning". 2001 is an apt description. 

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I have been there to cover five Apollo launches at Cape Canaveral (Kennedy when I was there in the 1970s), and the Saturn V launches, do have a "ripping paper" type of quality, with super-deep bass that I've never heard captured by any microphones, one that really kicks you in the gut. It's an awe-inspiring experience.

The enhanced sound of the rocket above was amazing, especially when they break through the atmosphere and it starts getting phasey-weird and "moaning". 2001 is an apt description.

Lucky Dog : )

~tt

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