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which do you prefer? Original Soundtrack Version or Soundalike/Replaced version?


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#21 of 22 OFFLINE   Ron1973

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Posted April 25 2014 - 05:50 AM

those "recorded by the original artists" never sound as good

 

cuz the artist does not have the same singing talent as he did when he was younger

 

i thought we were talking about the original recording, re-mastered

 

i still dont know what studios mean by "re-mastered"

 

i always just thought it was a sales gimick ?

 

but perhaps there was some noise/hisses that were removed, to make it sound better ?

I've always leaned towards marketing gimmick. Mercury Nashville did a re-release of a Hank Williams gospel album with the line "original recordings remastered." All of the songs were from another release a few years back. I asked the question on Amazon were they not remastered already? Lol


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#22 of 22 OFFLINE   Neil Brock

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Posted April 25 2014 - 07:01 AM

 

This choice reminds me of an old commercial for a wine cooler in the 80s where they asked if people would rather have their wine cooler or a tax audit!


I was thinking of the commercial where they taste test soda, with a drink in one can and tennis balls in the other.




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