Yes, Decca cut new lacquer when new stampers were needed. Differences
in sound between cuts may depend on the 'Q' of the vinyl being used and
other factors. Remember how different Decca's sounded when they were
being pressed by Philips in the Netherlands and not in New Malden?
Goran Finnberg wrote:
> Tom Fine:
>> I don't have any factual reporting to back this up,
>> but the process I would think occured was that
>> Decca pressed the records and put them in the
>> patented lined inner sleeves in England and these
>> were batch-shipped to places around the world where
>> they were sleeved and shrink-wrapped and re-boxed for
>> distribution to the retail channels.
> This is exactly what I was told by DECCA recording
> engineer John Dunkerley and other DECCA employees.