John H. Watson - The Arthur Conan Doyle Encyclopedia
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The Royal Army Medical Corps. Inafter The Sign of Four case and shortly after his marriage he had bought a connection in the Paddington district.
He purchased it to old Mr Farquhar an excellent general practice, but his age and mental disease had very much thinned it STOC2. But he had a fairly long list of patient a year later BOSC In junehe had moved for a practice in Kensington Then, ina young doctor, named Verner, had purchased his small Kensington practice, and given with astonishingly little demur the highest price that he ventured to ask - an incident which only explained itself some years later, when he found that Verner was a distant relation of Holmes's, and that it was his friend who had really found the money NORW His meeting with Sherlock Holmes On the very day that he had come to this conclusion, he was standing at the Criterion Bar, when someone tapped him on the shoulder, and turning round he recognized young Stamford, who had been a dresser under him at Barts.
In old days Stamford had never been a particular crony of him, but now he hailed him with enthusiasm, and he, in his turn, appeared to be delighted to see him. In the exuberance of his joy, he asked him to lunch with him at the Holborn, and they started off together in a hansom. He gave him a short sketch of his adventures and tell him he was looking for lodgings at a reasonable price STUD Stamford is surprised as Watson is the second man to say the same thing that day.
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A friend of him, Sherlock Holmeswas also complaining he could not get someone to go halves with him in some nice rooms which he had found, and which were too much for his purse STUD Watson told Stamford that he could be the very man for him as he should prefer having a partner to being alone STUD After some questionning about their habits, they decided to meet the next day to inspect the rooms at No.
The bargain was conclude upon the spot, and they at once entered into possession STUD On the first weeks of their relationship, Sherlock Holmes habits stimulated Watson's curiosity. He tried to discover the profession of his flatmate.
Then Watson spoke of the seventy odd cases in which he had during the last eight years studied the methods of his friend Sherlock Holmes SPEC1. The relations between them in those latter days were peculiar. Holmes was a man of habits, narrow and concentrated habits, and Watson had become one of them. As an institution he was like the violin, the shag tobacco, the old black pipe, the index books, and others perhaps less excusable.
But apart from this Watson had uses.
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He was a whetstone for Holmes's mind. Holmes liked to think aloud in his presence. His remarks could hardly be said to be made to Watson - many of them would have been as appropriately addressed to his bedstead - but none the less, having formed the habit, it had become in some way helpful that Watson should register and interject. If he irritated Holmes by a certain methodical slowness in his mentality, that irritation served only to make his own flame-like intuitions and impressions flash up the more vividly and swiftly.
The new concept allowed for more space between instruments, rendering these sounds softer to the ear.
Early stereo recordings of popular music usually were mixed with sounds to the hard left, center, or hard right only. This was because of the technical limitations of the professional 4-track reel-to-reel recorders which were state of the art until about Decca initially conceived Deram Records as an outlet for Deramic Sound recordings of contemporary pop and rock musicbut not all of the early recordings on Deram used this technique.
The basic difference was that, instead of overdubbing and mixing 4 individual mono tracks from a 4-track recorder, the Decca recording engineers used a pair of 4-track machines to layer multiple 2-channel stereo recordings. This new concept, with additional tracks, permitted the engineer to place instruments more easily in any position within the stereo field.
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To launch the 'Deramic Sound' concept Deram issued a series of six easy listening orchestral pop albums in October The albums all included the word Night in the title, i. Strings in the Night, Brass in the Night, etc.
The label was soon moulded into a home for 'alternative' or ' progressive ' artists. Among the first recordings in this series was the November album release Days of Future Passed by the Moody Blues. Professional quality 8-track recorders began to appear in many British studios starting with Advision Studios and Trident Studios in These 8-track machines were far more flexible than the dual 4-track recorder setup.
Since Decca engineers no longer had more tracks than other major studios the 'Deramic Sound' concept quickly became outdated and was dropped.