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On 29/06/04, Karl Miller wrote:

> I was giving some thought to releasing something similar on my label.
> Over the years I have read reviewers commenting on the quality of
> restoration. I plan to issue a disc of some Koussevitzky New York Phil
> performances. The source was a home made recording, with lots of
> noise. I lined up the original and the restored, original sans
> restoration on the left and the restored on the right. It was
> interesting to me to flip back and forth between the two. The disc
> would be short, a suite of Corelli's music, a La Mer and a Daphnis
> Suite, hence I thought of filling it out with the before and after of
> the Daphnis. I thought it might give listeners (and critics...which is
> not to say that critics don't listen) a chance to get some sense of
> the process.
>
> Any thoughts as to whether or not this would be of interest, would be
> welcome.

I think it would be interesting. Not all hi fi amplifiers nowadays have
balance controls, mono switches, etc.

Regards
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Don Cox
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