I tried it but couldn't get it to work. I tried notching it. In the end,
I use my ears if no instrument gives a good indication, although I have
somewhere an excellent example given to me by a dear friend. It is a
recording that was believed to be of a woman, but turned out to be a man.
בתאריך 04/10/12 4:33 PM, ציטוט Carl Pultz:
> No one has mentioned the method that Andrew Rose applies: picking out the 50
> or 60Hz residual hum as a way to determine correct speed. Maybe that's been
> discussed before on the list. What's the consensus, if there is one?
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> Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Reducing crackle from 78 rpm records the analogue
> way on 70's reissue LP's
> Absolute pitch is not necessary in order to obtain the correct playback
> speed. Any device that will verify the pitches or key is enough, provided
> you know what the original key was. What is far more necessary, in fact
> essential, is a sensitivity to speed instability. As someone else observed,
> centering is often inadequately done and the resultant "WOW" is an analogue
> artifact that is entirely avoidable but fatally compromises the result.
> Department of homonymic error: Someone's posting yesterday confused "phase"
> (derived from Latin and Greek) with "faze" (derived from Middle English).
> Or was it supposed to be a pun?
> On Tue, Oct 2, 2012 at 4:51 AM, Don Cox <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> On 01/10/2012, Dan Nelson wrote:
>>> Somewhere in the deep recesses of my mind it seems like someone posted
>>> that John RT Davies used a Shure M44 for many of his transfers with
>>> appropriate stylus and eq of course..... Does anyone else have better
>>> information ??
>> Yes, I think that is what he says in an interview which is on his
>> Do we agree that for transferring "78"s, it is essential to have
>> absolute pitch, to get the right speed ?
>> Don Cox
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