He also chopped it off the stereo mix, so...
Yes, the track runtime is the same, but it begins with silence rather than the start of the chatter, which is missing. Observe:Unless the original stereo LP was actually longer than the 3:53 listed on the label, every digital version (including the Vocalion stereo and quad layers) are as long or longer than the original vinyl.
Yes, the track runtime is the same, but it begins with silence rather than the start of the chatter, which is missing. Observe:
Now compare that to what you hear on the Dutton release.
Well, this all turned out VERY well. I'm glad the disc had a glitch (have had messages that other people had issues) as one suggestion to 'rip the sacd' which after trying years ago I thought was away tooo complicated led me to the ultra simple Oppo USB / MAC system and I've ripped all my discs to DSF files which play beautifully through the OPPO via Jriver. I now need to see if there's a similar ripping programme for the Opposite for Blu-Ray Audio (anyone?)
I don’t know if you’d call it similar, but ripping blu ray audio is also a two-step process, and - as far as I know - it requires a BD drive for your computer. Use a program called MakeMKV (www.makemkv.com) to make a backup of the BD on your computer, then use DVD Audio Extractor (www.dvdae.com) to extract the audio from the BD backup.
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