I agree about the Dolby, so I just roll off the high end. I've even got
a "favorite" in CoolEdit for it.
phillip holmes wrote:
> Me too. I went on fleaBay to find a Dolby decoder for the
> Barclay-Crockers. In general, I hate Dolby NR. It never seems to
> sound as natural as tape hiss. But everyone who has a cross section
> of the BC tapes loved them. And BC carried great British stuff like
> Argo (fantastic label--music, sound, art, et.al.).
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Rod Stephens" <[log in to unmask]>
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> Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Fw: Fw: [ARSCLIST] Dynagroove, was Record
>> I'd like to add that I've been adding the Barclay-Crocker remastered
>> Dolby 4 track series to my library in the quest for better recordings
>> from the era of those who cared about fidelity. Even though they're
>> 4 track, the excellent signal to noise ratio, lack of cross talk and
>> performances make these audio standouts.