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early CDRs for commercial recordings (42) RE: CDRs for commercial recordings 13 Jan 04

With regard to the cdr debate I have burned many CD-R's over the last four years for my self and other local artists with very few failures but must point out that to reproduce them at 24 speed is asking for trouble even with the best media. I rarely burn at speeds above 8 and with my Yamahah Audio mastering get very good results ( this basicically stretches the information or lands and pits to the top end of tolerance ) playback is more reliable and sound quality improved . For most folk artists who are yet to make it big or manage to break into the circuit CDr's offer the ideal solution and if I might add, some of the CD-R's I have bought are a better product than many of the CD's produced by artists who are luckily wealthy enough to go for a pressing working at the same level

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