That would be interesting
בתאריך 30/08/14 5:31 PM, ציטוט Paul Urbahns:
> DAVID BURNHAM wrote:
>> In any case when did this thread begin or did it grow out of another
>> subject. I don't know of anything that would tie Blumlein to "accidental
> Good comments David and I am a fairly new member to the list so I can't
> offer any history on the thread. However. as far as "accidental stereo" is
> concerned I have been impressed by various 78 rpm sync ups from the
> acoustical era. I have a few tapes of some songs from back in the 1980s.
> Before they used microphones in a studio and they still used horns on a
> recording device, they would often run more than one cutting machine,
> usually from both sides of the room. Much like primitive stereo miking. If
> a person can find the 78s containing the A and B element, they can be
> synced up to create an authentic stereo recording. Since it was not
> intended by the originators I would term it *accidental*. The purpose of
> the second cutting machine was as a safety copy in case something happened
> to the main master. That way the session wasn't a total waste.
> I understand these have not been in wide circulation because nobody has
> tracked enough pairs down in order to make it commercially viable.
> I have heard some of these.... seems to me it was Duke Ellington and some
> classical works. I'd have to dig out my tapes to check and see if anyone in
> Paul Urbahns
> Radcliff, Ky
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