[ProAudio] 90 Min CRR?

David Josephson dlj at josephson.com
Sun May 3 22:57:47 EDT 2020

Jim, plain vanilla Verbatim or Memorex have been fine for me. But the preferred archival supplier seems to still be MAM-A, formerly Mitsui. Mediasupply.com


> On May 3, 2020, at 10:12 PM, Jim Brown via ProAudio <proaudio at bach.pgm.com> wrote:
> Thanks for all the advice. Any recommendations on what blanks to buy and where?
> On 5/2/2020 12:29 PM, Louis Judson wrote:
>> I’d LOVE to hear that Kenton project if it is at all possible!:-)
> I'll let you know. It's very nice musically, and interesting from an engineering perspective. EU recording engineers had relatively little experience with big bands in concert halls, and it shows. There are four recordings of the 1956 tour online in streaming format, including this one from Berlin. I haven't listened to all of them, but this one suffers from poor balance of the sections in the ensemble (very weak saxes, less weak bones, some instruments that you don't hear at all), boomy sound on the bass instrument, too much room. These four recordings are, however, a major improvement from the 1953 tour, when every recording is a train wreck of overloaded mics and tape.
> I have FLACs made from an LP that is described as being from a broadcast. All I plan to do is cool off that bass a bit.
> Jim
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