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hey bigshot   -- - just bumped into this thread -  -your transfers are amazingly good - - only sampled a few of the vamps, and the Gluck aria - if I ever get some of my Karlson couplers up and running again those will get lots of play.   Do you have any  Helge Rosvaenge. Ivan Kozlovsky, Pavel Lisitisian (and a jillion others) whom you've transferred?  Commercial cds of 78's often are neutered. Some things have been good such as Whispering Jack Smith.  I've not been happy with the string sounds on a lot of modern cds.
 


Edited by karlsonklam - 8/9/12 at 1:01am
post #62 of 66
Thread Starter 
Thanks very much. I have some Rosvaenge records, but I haven't transferred them yet. I agree with you about commercial CDs. Most of the time they are in too much of a hurry to do a proper restoration.
post #63 of 66
Do you have the ring ripped?
post #64 of 66
Thread Starter 
I have several Rings in my music server. You'll find two acts from Die Walkure in the links at the top of this thread.... Walter's classic Act 1 with Melchior, and Rodzinski's Act 3 with Traubel.
post #65 of 66
Ok thanks smily_headphones1.gif how do you rip your vinyl? I'd like to rip my Ring
post #66 of 66
Thread Starter 
I just patch my turntable into a preamp then from there into my Mac. The trick is to set the level carefully so it isn't too loud, and then not change it so all the sides are the same volume. Then you can go in and stitch all the sides into one file. Time consuming but fun.
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