Slash, Quincy Jones, Snoop Dogg, Mike Shinoda and Hans Zimmer Featured in New Documentary

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Slash, Quincy Jones, Snoop Dogg, Mike Shinoda and Hans Zimmer Featured in New Documentary
Audio-technic company Harman presents its new documentary "The Distorstion of Sound."

Out on July 11, this documentary features a number of influential persons in music industry talking about the compression of digital formats that damages the quality of music.

"The last fifty years have seen a striking decline in the quality of sound and listening experience," says the official website press-release. "Compressed music, MP3s and streaming, have diminished the quality and flattened the emotion. Marketing gimmicks and convenience now take the place of excellence."

"'The Distortion of Sound' is an eye-opening expose of the current state of sound starring Linkin Park, Slash, Quincy Jones and more.

"This documentary will open your ears and inspire you to reach for richer, more soul-stirring musical experiences."

The documentary will also feature famous music journalist Neil Strauss, Linkin Park mainman Mike Shinoda, Grammy-winning movie composer Hans Zimmer, singer/songwriter Kate Nash, producer Dan the Automator and rapper Snoop Dogg to name a few.

Watch the trailer and the selected clips below, the full film is available on July 11 on DistortionOfSound.com.








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