|"So, I ask this question again - if you agree that “live” musical event might have the “Absolute Tone” then why you deny that sonic event produced by playback might have the “Absolute Tone” as well?"|
Because I don't accept your basic premise of a new sound from scratch that's why.
I will agree with you at least that a playback system does have its own sound and that this sound should be relatively constant from recording to recording (I am not entirely convinced of this either as some distortions are dynamically related and thus would not show up on non-dynamic recordings.). However; can you tell me where else we can reference this system?? Its sound is in one way absolute but who is to know when it is correct or not? There is no reference but itself and this is an untenable position IMO. At least with a real instrument in a real space you can say unmistakeably, AH that's live!