Interesting DSOTM Interview with Engineer James Guthrie

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  1. Lee Scoggins

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    Is Parsons' original quad mix available anywhere?
     
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    It went out of print back in the '70s but there are bootleg copies encoded on DTS CD floating around in cyberspace.
     
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    Brian,

    check on ebay

    Link removed by Administrator. No more discussion of bootlegs, please. -- MR
     
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    this was discussed at the time it was printed last year.
     
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    Thanks for the link Lee. There are some interesting insights from both Guthrie and Parsons.
     
  7. Justin Lane

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    Earlier thread on the subject here.

    Lee,

    These articles are close to a year old and were discussed here a year ago (even by yourself). Why the old news?

    J
     
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    MR - I was responding to Brian's query, and IIRC the link was to an original Australian EMI issue of the quad LP.
     
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    Searching eBay right now for 'Pink Floyd Quad' shows four legit LPs and one legit 8-track.
     

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