At 07:58 AM 6/29/2004 -0500, Karl Miller wrote:
>I was giving some thought to releasing something similar on my label. Over
>the years I have read reviewers commenting on the quality of restoration.
>I plan to issue a disc of some Koussevitzky New York Phil performances.
>The source was a home made recording, with lots of noise. I lined up the
>original and the restored, original sans restoration on the left and the
>restored on the right. It was interesting to me to flip back and forth
>between the two. The disc would be short, a suite of Corelli's music, a La
>Mer and a Daphnis Suite, hence I thought of filling it out with the before
>and after of the Daphnis. I thought it might give listeners (and
>critics...which is not to say that critics don't listen) a chance to get
>some sense of the process.
>Any thoughts as to whether or not this would be of interest, would be
It would be of interest to many, I suspect, and since it would have none of
the drawbacks of the earlier releases should be acceptable to the market.
Whether it would accomplish its purpose or be better for your purpose than
consecutive tracks I cannot guess, but it should generate no complaints.
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