[78-L] Carol Symphony
dlennick at sympatico.ca.invalid
Wed Jun 21 12:56:08 PDT 2017
I don't know the reissue in question (although I did know the remasterer) so I
don't know if it was done from a 78 set or the 10-inch lp, which as I recall
may not have joined the sides either. And he may have been handed a tape or
cassette with no alternate source available. Who knows? I'm also keeping an eye
out for what I've seen in recent weeks, a reel containing a transfer I made at
15 IPS years ago (from the same discs as DB may have).
On 6/21/2017 3:51 PM, BURNHAM wrote:
> It's not that the orchestra sounds like it's under water, it's the noise between movements. If the noise had been properly addressed, it would be very difficult and unnecessary to give it this treatment and the unmerged last two sides is obviously how the mastering engineer left it. Mr Lennick believes that I have a copy of the 78s, if so, I'm going to do my own mastering.
> Sent from my iPhone
>> On Jun 21, 2017, at 3:36 PM, Stewart, Joseph R <RandyStewart at MissouriState.edu.invalid> wrote:
>> Consider too that whatever label put out the reissue may have jacked around with the remastering job before they issued it. I think of Richard Caniell's Immortal Performances Recorded Music Society and the problems he had with his transfers of old MET Opera and Toscanini/NBC Symphony broadcasts being tampered with by Naxos and Guild Music... which is why Caniell now produces his own CDs of his transfers, sold through his website. The (unnamed) esteemed transfer engineer you refer to may not have had anything whatsoever to do with the orchestra-under-water filtering. I have no doubt Lennick has similar horror stories to tell--and in fact has told 'em in the past!
>> Randy Stewart
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