HI TED and others!
Since you know about the late Robert Parker and his techniques of restoring
jazz recordings the analogue way in the early 80's; does anybody know how he
was able to reduce so much of the "crackle" sound on his recordings?
May it be the Dolby 430? Guess the Packburn alone couldn't do all de-noise
and de-crackle alone...??
I have got me a Parker LP called "Chicago vol. 2" on BBC Records and is
really impressed about the overall quality and how little audible loss there
is left, compared with many other LP re-releases from the late 70's/early
80's - before the digital techniques took over....
Dolby 430, Orban spreader, Japanese reverb, Packburn 303 - sometimes a heavily modified 103, with Dolby B decoding. Eventually, he also had CEDAR declick, decracle and dehiss.