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Preserving all recordings for future generations

June 7, 2012
Lewistown Sentinel

The classic, justly admired Simon and Garfunkel album, "Bridge Over Troubled Water," has sold 25 million copies around the world since its release in 1970. But when a newly re-mastered edition came out last year, Roy Halee, one of the disc's producers, made a startling admission - because the master tapes for the disc were in such terrible condition, the engineers doing the sonic spit-and-polish might have been better off finding a pristine vinyl copy for their work.

 
 
 

 

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