[Dixielandjazz] FW: Recording the music

Marek Boym marekboym at gmail.com
Sat Jun 19 15:29:24 PDT 2010

> material.
> I only make CD's on a standalone recorder.  I am extremely dubious about
> recording to cd at a faster than real-time speed, as I have heard many drops
> on recordings made this way.  It can happen on real-time recordings also,
> but is less likely.
> Marek mentioned having cd's go bad on him.  I would leap to suspect that
> they had been done on a computer at fast speeds.

Th3e one made by my friend - certainly.  The other one must have been
recorded from a cassette - I got that cassette in Edinburgh in the
eighties.  The, when I asked the bandleader in 2001 whether he had any
CDs for sale, ge gave me that one.  It contains the same material, and
the picture on the cover is also the same, but distorted by adjustment
to the wider CD.
How it was recorded I would not know.

 I stick with my belief
> that it is a decent recording medium, and can be very trustworthy if it has
> been recorded properly & is later handled properly.
> Jim
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