Post by William J. Clinton on Mar 16, 2004 23:25:22 GMT -5
It's probably not a burn error, but there could be cleaner copies of the recording out there.
Back in the analog era, just before the wooly mastodon died off, one of the comments you could find on better traders' lists was a warning to fast forward, then rewind blank tapes before copying onto them. As blank tapes were moved around in their cases -- during shipping, being moved around stores, while you were cauling them home, etc -- they often unwound a little bit, so there wasn't much tension on the first minute or two of the tape. When the recording deck reached the end of the unwound section, there'd be a little jerk on the tape as the tension changed, and a little glitch in the recording.
If your disc was transferred from the master, there's not much that can be done about it. If it's from a copy, though, you may be able to find a glitch-free transfer, either from the master or a better copy.
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