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Remastering the remasters!

Thanks to the miracle of audacity (best piece of software ever???), I have remastered the remasters back to the originals

The ordering was easy (rip and edit tags[I have a good free one]) but for those who want the originals....

1. Wonky bit of I can make it if you can is easy enough to disguise with a decent MP3 to overlay the first 0.2 seconds!  OK, not perfect, but better than the remaster!  Can provide a 5 second intro MP3 of the original!

2. cut out the necessary bits to get the Mondays/Clockwork/Someone's Looking singles.  Do similar with Banana Republic/House on Fire (use 12" version of House on Fire) with early fades.

3. split episode #3 and put the ha ha has after sleep

4. put the big gap in Cheerio!

5. Swap Daves!

6. Nab house burned down from original V Deep and amplify.

7. Add snap, crackle and pop to make them sound like your LPs, or hiss for the cassettes. 

And that's about it! 

But no matter what, I still can't get that skid effect I had on my vinyl LP on the intro to Someone's Looking 

All I need to do now is get the live b-sides from Dave onto my PC, and I'll have EVERYTHING on my PC (well except the bootlegs )



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