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“When somebody really puts themselves out there, then you can’t help but respond from the heart, and that is what we value so much in music...It’s funny that all of this recording technology, from our standpoint, exists just to take away some of the curtains between the music and the listener.”- Tuck Andress of Tuck & Patti

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line level

A type of level (strength) of electrical signal used in professional audio equipment. There are two versions—professional gear runs at +4 dBu (1.23 volts) and consumer line level is at -10 dBV (.316 volts). (The two most common other level types: mic level, speaker level.)

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