Single-sided 12 inch vinyl in an archival library jacket. Expertly cut for vinyl by Paul Gold, from a specially prepared 24 bit, 88.2kHz master transferred from the original analog tapes via a modified Studer transport with custom tube repro electronics. No limiting or other digital tomfoolery.
We consider this to be the definitive version of this album. Yes we are nerds.
Includes a CD version of the same material with further sonic optimizations for the CD format.
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The last time we saw him here he walked up over the hill and disappeared. Lose your power. Grow old or don't. Bloody cold is the season of note.
Like a voice of impending doom, and some kind of sound from the mechanical room. A great machine, with people in between. A great machine. A great machine. There are machines, and people in between. People machines. People machines.
The last time we saw him here he walked up over the hill and disappeared.
from National Laboratory,
released January 20, 2009
JH: drums, oil tank, samples
JL: guitar, vocals, saw, samples
Recorded and mixed at The Archive, Mineville, spring 2008.
24/88.2 digital into Samplitude via Crane Song HEDD and M-Audio converters. Mixed ITB to 1/4" 15 ips analog. The end of our batch of Quantegy 456. On to ATR Magnetics.