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|Posté le: Ven 22 Déc - 08:50 (2017) Sujet du message: Do classical CDs made from early analog tapes sound?
I find that classical CDs produced from analog recordings originally made in the late 50’s and early 60’s really make my system sing, and, by far, give me the best sound staging over most modern recordings. This is especially true in those produced in the pre-Dolby era. The overtones are just there in abundance and the space is endless and real.
I’m wondering if others have that experience.
I’m really just starting to take CDs seriously, and have found a similar quality on some early prog/psych obscurities. Where the CD was mastered from tape--they let the tapes (or safeties) out in the early days. In a couple instances that I can think of offhand, the early CD seems much better sounding than its new issue counterpart- even where the original recording was analog, the CD was mastered from a digital file, not the tape and it lacks the overtones and body of the early, straight from the tape mastered CD.
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