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Sun Jul 14, 2013 4:25 am
ELVIS on April 18th,1972 re-worked sound by Glen. The San Antonio, TX 04-18-72 show from the Close Up 4 cd set
part 1 go to http://www72.zippyshare.com/v/82464842/file.html
part 2 go to http://www36.zippyshare.com/v/70772458/file.html
I hope you all like this one. The tracks are in WinRAR files, and they are WAV files for easy burning to a cdr. Please use a audio/music cdr for keeping the sound quality the same. I did MORE than just re-eq it. It no longer has that slightly muffled sound. I put a lot of time into it. Feedback appreciated.
Sun Jul 14, 2013 11:01 am
Thank you for sharing this with us Glen and for your work on this project and it sounds great and your work is always excellent
Mon Jul 15, 2013 2:00 am
Thank you Glen, I really appreciate your work
Mon Jul 15, 2013 6:51 am
You are very welcome. According to my zippyshare acct, no downloads on this have been completed on this cd/show yet. Wierd it is not showing up.
I wonder why?
Mon Jul 15, 2013 8:50 am
Thanx Glen - I've downloaded and made up my CD.............sounds great!!
Mon Jul 15, 2013 9:55 am
Glad you like it Barb, and I hope you can hear the difference.
Mon Jul 15, 2013 10:02 am
Thank you so much for your effort, Glen. I'll give it a spin tonight.
Mon Jul 15, 2013 10:41 am
As always, thanks a lot Glen!
Mon Jul 15, 2013 12:40 pm
Just to let you know Audio CD-R's are no different in quality than any other CD-R . Years ago Standalone CD Recorders could not read or write to regular data CD's (for PC) because standard CD's were made exclusively for CD-Rom Drives . So they used Audio CD's that had a special lead-in area (TOC) so these standalone players could read them and know they could be used in these players, and know that they were not for CD-Rom. The data area (and recording dyes) are Identical and burn exactly the same way as standard CD-R's except for the lead in and lead out area of the disc, which has absolutely nothing to do with better quality between the two.
Data as well as audio is written in sequences of 1's and 0's and a 1 is a 1 and a zero is a zero regardless of the digital media used.
This is the same principle as with Some standalone DVD Recorders could only use DVD+R and not the -R which was more adaptive to the DVD-Rom Drives, Yet the video quality was Identical bit for bit.