This is great! I've been frustrated for years with "remasters" of tapes that circulate with no info at all regarding what was done the tape to improve sound (and often achieve these results using compression or limiting, as far as I can tell).Are there any particular shows or sources you are curious about? I know the transfers that I do, I don't alter anything at all. I may normalize and adjust if the recording was made with emphasis, but that would be it. The fellow that I work with on the transfers has the same approach. The idea is that what was captured is what should be presented.
Would you be willing to share what frequencies you cut, or are you trying to keep that as your own "secret sauce"?
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