>LPs - Keith Monks every time. Anybody I have dealt
>with who once gets the use of one of these moves
>Heaven and earth to retain it.
This exactly parallels my own experience.
>Slightly clunky in patches, but overall by far the best
>tool I've come across.
I have tested and used almost everything out there for sale
but the Monks is the best I think.
>The late Percy Wilson evolved the basic system - I think
>there's an AES paper about it somewhere
JAES 13:2 April 1965 page 166 -180. "Record contamination: Causes and Cure."
JAES 13:4 October 1965 page 350 -358. "Instruments for Record Cleaning"
A complete very insightful description of all causes of ticks and pops and what to do about it all.
Certainly the best and most insightful papers ever seen about the subject.
>- and its great virtue is that it is virtually idiot-proof. If you
>accept that anybody, given enough pressure, will behave like an idiot, its
>value in the professional world is clear.
Agreed hands down.
The best and fastest of them all.
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