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gummomarx

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Post 24-Apr-2011 21:04

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Thanks anyway Flea. I think I'll have to wait for a 16 bit version.
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Post 24-Apr-2011 22:04 (after 1 hour)

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I have reduced the bit-depth to 16 and speed-adjusted (not speed-corrected as I don't know the correct speed exactly) the files by 3.5% with the exception of What Diff. 4%. They can be found here for a short time (until the correct speed is determined):-
deleted because proper ones are up ;)


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Post 24-Apr-2011 22:35 (after 31 minute)

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am SO excited thank you so much :)
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Post 25-Apr-2011 00:22 (after 1 hour 47 minutes)

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Thank you so much Flea, for posting these in 16 bit. I am so grateful for your kindness. These are great.
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Post 25-Apr-2011 01:35 (after 1 hour 12 minutes)

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Sorry should I seed everything 16 bit? not sure what the go is...
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Post 25-Apr-2011 02:58 (after 1 hour 23 minutes)

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so I've done some further investigating on the pitch here.
It's not a consistent 3.2/3.5% fluctuation, it's almost a sliding stretch (the pitch/tempo increases as the playback proceeds). This is indicative of a tape deck running low on battery power when recording; as the batteries die, the motor in the deck slows down, meaning less tape passes by the record head during the length of the recording. On playback, on a (presumably) mains-powered deck, the constant linear speed of the tape during playback means the pitch *increases* as playback proceeds on a tape recorded in this fashion.
It's near consistent with a sliding stretch i.e. batteries dying during recording - I'm having to pitch-correct each track by a slightly differing amount, increasing each successive track. I can also apply a whole-range sliding stretch effect, but the net benefit vs. correcting each track alone would be negligible.
Oddly though the near-linear increase in pitch (or decrease in original tape speed) ends at roughly Miserable Lie, as I'm having to back down (i.e. not slow down as much) that track and Reel. Go figure.
Watch thepowerofindependenttrucking.blogspot.com for the corrected/improved set, in time.
drew
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Post 25-Apr-2011 07:40 (after 4 hours)

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Thank you very much!
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Post 25-Apr-2011 08:07 (after 26 minutes)

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Sorry should I seed everything 16 bit? not sure what the go is...
To date we've seeded in 16bit. Most players are fine with 24bit and it's pretty easy to convert, so don't sweat it.
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Post 25-Apr-2011 08:13 (after 6 minutes)

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so I've done some further investigating on the pitch here.
It's not a consistent 3.2/3.5% fluctuation, it's almost a sliding stretch (the pitch/tempo increases as the playback proceeds). This is indicative of a tape deck running low on battery power when recording; as the batteries die, the motor in the deck slows down, meaning less tape passes by the record head during the length of the recording. On playback, on a (presumably) mains-powered deck, the constant linear speed of the tape during playback means the pitch *increases* as playback proceeds on a tape recorded in this fashion.
It's near consistent with a sliding stretch i.e. batteries dying during recording - I'm having to pitch-correct each track by a slightly differing amount, increasing each successive track. I can also apply a whole-range sliding stretch effect, but the net benefit vs. correcting each track alone would be negligible.
Oddly though the near-linear increase in pitch (or decrease in original tape speed) ends at roughly Miserable Lie, as I'm having to back down (i.e. not slow down as much) that track and Reel. Go figure.
Watch thepowerofindependenttrucking.blogspot.com for the corrected/improved set, in time.
drew
Y'see, that's why you're the right man for the job.
You might want to listen to the set that Steve circulated yesterday and compare the quality, although to my ears this is better and Paul gave me the full story of its origins suggesting that this is indeed direct from the master.
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Post 25-Apr-2011 10:22 (after 2 hours 8 minutes)

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If anyone sorts out the speed issues I would really appreciate the re-posting. This is truly amazing soundsville, thank you so so much for taking the time to post.
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Post 25-Apr-2011 10:25 (after 3 minutes)

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thanks a lot !
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Post 25-Apr-2011 16:22 (after 5 hours)

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You may want to read this, on the subject:
http://smithstorrents.co.uk/viewtopic.php?t=3193
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drew

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Post 26-Apr-2011 03:52 (after 11 hours)

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(re)mastering of "Accept Yourself" (unreleased take) posted over at Extra Track... for a sample of what the overall cleanup may sound like 8)
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Post 26-Apr-2011 04:14 (after 22 minutes)

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drew, that is fantastic mate....look forward to the rest......cheers paul
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Post 26-Apr-2011 10:04 (after 5 hours)

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Drew, Paul...Thanks!
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