The Sheffield Drum Record (D2D, Test LP, HQ 180 DISC)
The Sheffield Drum Record (D2D, Test LP, HQ 180 DISC)
The Sheffield Drum Record (D2D, Test LP, HQ 180 DISC)
The Sheffield Drum Record (D2D, Test LP, HQ 180 DISC)
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The Sheffield Drum Record (D2D, Test LP, HQ 180 DISC)
The Sheffield Drum Record (D2D, Test LP, HQ 180 DISC)
The Sheffield Drum Record (D2D, Test LP, HQ 180 DISC)
The Sheffield Drum Record (D2D, Test LP, HQ 180 DISC)

The Sheffield Drum Record (D2D, Test LP, HQ 180 DISC)

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RARITY - Sealed 

Drums – Jim Keltner (side A), Ron Tutt (side B)

 

1 LP, standard sleeve, one insert and two flyers

Audio Test LP

Limited edition

Original analog Master tape : YES

Direct-to-Disc Recording

Super Analogue Pressing - HQ 180 DISC

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : black

Speed : 33 RPM

Size : 12'’

Stereo

Studio

Record Press : RTI

Label : Sheffield Lab

Original Label : Sheffield Lab

Recorded December 15 and 17, 1980, Sheffield Lab Studios at MGM, Culver City, California

Engineered by Bill Schnee

Produced by Bill Schnee, Doug Sax

Released in 1981

 

Tracks:

Side A: Improvisations By Jim Keltner

Side B: Improvisations By Ron Tutt

         

        Reviews:

        "The sonic fidelity of the Sheffield Drum record is enthralling, and its value for learning about your system makes it a must." - The International Audio Review

        "Absolutely the best sounding rock and roll record ever made." - The Absolute Sound.


        Direct-to-disc (D2D) recording refers to sound recording methods that record audio directly onto analog disc masters bypassing steps as master tapes, overdubs, and mix downs from multi-tracked masters. This approach avoids problems of analog recording tape such as tape hiss (high frequency noise).


        Ratings :

        Discogs : 4,19 / 5




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