Re: restoration


Subject: Re: restoration
From: Robert Worby (worby@sontec.demon.co.uk)
Date: Sat Feb 27 1999 - 16:38:31 EST


"Faced with a choice, do both
 (given by Diter Rot)"

>From 'Oblique Strategies' by Brian Eno (that much 'CEC Discuss'
disparaged dilettante) and Peter Schmidt.

Why not? And keep the original tapes and the machine on which to play
them.

In message <36D82BEB.FAE2115A@sndart.cemi.unt.edu>, Larry Austin
<austin@sndart.cemi.unt.edu> writes
>Dear CEC friends:
>
>How do you feel about restoring old, classic reel-to-reel
>tape pieces, which were made pre-Dolby or DBX?
>
>That is, should one use digital noise reduction techniques
>to mitigate tape hiss, for instance? Or should one leave
>such hiss and other tape noise artifacts of the late '40's to
>early '60's as part of the idiomatic nature of tape music of
>that period.?
>
>Comments? Views?
>
>Thanks.
>
>Larry Austin

Robert Worby
Composer
worby@sontec.demon.co.uk



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