Seems to be another edit in the vein of these two:
They forgot to add the reflection on the "MFS" one, though.
Well, it's very hard to replicate something that the only copy is in such a poor quality:AERO62 wrote:I think with the amount of VST plugings available these days, one could create almost identical replica of the whole album.
Not if you could find the person at Radio Luxemburg who played the record and heard the stereo effects himself The other half you can base off of Zoolook and Rendez vous tracks.Jote wrote:Well, it's very hard to replicate something that the only copy is in such a poor quality:AERO62 wrote:I think with the amount of VST plugings available these days, one could create almost identical replica of the whole album.
1. no low and high frequencies
2. one channel only
A lot of guess work/artistic license is required.
I was wondering though, if sharing copyrighted material is a violation and the record is the only one existing, it would be beyond easy to track the person who shares it... And in theory, that person could be charged with piracy, no?shadow wrote:If you asked me how the panning on Oxygene was done I couldn't save my life by accurately describing it, and that's considering I've heard it over hundred times in the past few years. You think someone can still remember after nearly 35 years?
I'm still surprised that the person who owns it is unknown. From what I can understand the first and second resell is documented and known, but after that the tracking of the record/owner stopped and is now unknown/lost. A brand new digital rip would be amazing (or at least as good as can be for a single unique record that's 34 year old), the record would still keep the original value due to it being a literal one of a kind, but it would really great to hear it in the best possible quality. It would lose the mystical part that it has had over all these years, but I'd honestly take that.