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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000169.txt from 2003/10

From: ormondtoby@-----.net (Ormondtoby Montoya)
Subj: RE: [kl] ClarinetFest CD
Date: Tue, 7 Oct 2003 18:05:55 -0400

Benjamin=A0Maas wrote:

> Was the recording delivered on a CDR or an
> actual glass-mastered (real) CD?

I don't know how to tell the difference.

> you can have all sorts of clicks and pops

There were clicks at the end of most tracks, but I can live with such
'minor' defects. I'm not compulsive about these things. When I said
"skip", I was referring to a half-second or longer of silence. To my
ear, the music resumed after a moment of silence without losing any
notes between. Therefore I suspect that the moments of silence were
introduced somehow during the production process.

But I ordered only one CD, and hence I don't have any feel for whether
my copy was the unusual fluke which can be replaced, or whether the
basic production process was flawed.

It happens that, now, I wonder why I purchased this particular
performance. It appealed greatly to me at the time, but now that I
listen to it, I have to shrug my shoulders and wonder why it appealed.
But this isn't the recording engineer's fault, of course.

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