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“Big Daddy”
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« on: April 09, 2019, 09:51:37 AM »

Just spotted on the Hoffman board: Eric Records is releasing another two titles in their “Hard to Find Jukebox Classics” series and it appears a new stereo mix of “I Get Around” will be on the 1963-64 volume. The track can be previewed here: http://www.ericrecords.com/htf_jb_63-64.html

Their CDs often feature digitally-extracted stereo mixes, but IGA isn’t marked as being a digitally-extracted mix. I haven’t had the chance to preview this yet, just passing along.
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« Reply #1 on: April 09, 2019, 03:07:34 PM »

Digitally extracted stereo!?!?  Is this just duophonic for the 21st century?  I can't believe they're still concerned with this-
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« Reply #2 on: April 09, 2019, 11:28:23 PM »

I've checked out this website before.  It's sort of the same idea as duophonic, but digital technology allows the frequency ranges to be separated much more thoroughly.
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« Reply #3 on: Yesterday at 11:52:29 AM »

Digitally extracted stereo!?!?  Is this just duophonic for the 21st century?  I can't believe they're still concerned with this-
I have two of those CDs. The stereo does not sound fake at all. Numerous hours were spent on each track.
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« Reply #4 on: Today at 05:32:49 AM »

There seems to be some confusion here as to what DES (digitally extracted stereo) is.  It has nothing to do
with Duophonic or separated frequencies. It is a way to separate, using state of the art software, each element of an
original mono recording into seperate tracks.  Each instrument, each vocal, background singers, etc. all now have
their own tracks.  Basically, multi tracks have been created from the mono.
  These are then remixed by professional audio engineers into true stereo.  Some of the tracks on the new Eric CD's
 over the last two years are jaw dropping.  They duplicate the original 45 versions, in perfect sound quality, but now
 in stereo.  I have all of their releases from the last several years, and they are amazing. 
Go to their website (in the original post) and listen to some or all of the samples.  All that said, the "I Get Around"
on the new CD is NOT DES, just reconstructed stereo. Here's a track from one of their releases from last year.

The Kalin Twins "When" from 1958.  Only in mono until this true stereo mix using DES was made last year.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KPmQIlhOc4o

To hear the stereo best, listen through good speakers or headphones.






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