From what you wrote and the date, I'm assuming your original material
is a "78 rpm" disc.
The question was about saving time and transferring LPs (33.33 rpm)
discs at "78 rpm" and then adjusting in the computer.
I made the suggestion that if one wishes to save time, one should set up
two or three workstations and ingest in parallel. Since one can't
effectively monitor a "33" at "78" there is no loss of functionality,
and one actually can monitor multiple transfers in "cocktail party" mode.
I think it was mentioned that transferring at a slower speed might
improve the capture, but transferring the LP at "78" was not a good idea.
On 2017-08-09 4:15 PM, Mickey Clark wrote:
> I believe that you're both wrong. This links to what starts with a 78
> dub of a 1947 Buddy Clark recording finishing with my current recording
> process - during the vocal listen for the sound quality to change. The
> last half was done with a slow transfer then speed correction in the
> computer. Unless a record is worn, this process is very
> beneficial-Mickey Clark
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