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A New Golden Age of Recording
The “Golden Age” of recording is said to be in the early 1960s and consists of recordings that were made that have great natural sound that are a treat to the ear. I believe that the room is one of the major contributors to the sound of the “Golden Age” recordings. I have developed a technique for live recording producing good sound and also a means of adding quality room to multitrack recordings.
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