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Re: Audible distortions in Track 21 :-(
• Posted by: Jason
• Date: Monday, July 14, 2003, at 8:13 p.m.
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• In Response to: Re: Audible distortions in Track 21 :-( (André)

Mine works perfectly too...not a single distortion in the entire CD. My stereo system is fairly HQ so Id actually be surprised if there was an audible distortion that im somehow missing...

Awesome recording by the way. The sheer power of the themes is right up there with Vangelis' epic Mythodea.

> That's weird...I downloaded the same track from a file-sharing network to
> compare, and I could hear the same distortions in the track I downloaded!
> This means I'm not the only who've been unlucky.

> I also discovered that it was the right channel which contained bad sound.
> When I switched over to the left channel it sounded perfect. But I want to
> hear the music in full stereo, though.

> After listening through the CD once more, I noticed the same type of
> distortion in several tracks! Especially in cues where the music reaches a
> high sound level.

> Please folks...let me know if your CD suffers from the same distortions as
> mine! Listen carefully to Track 21 between 04:15 and 04:29, also try to
> switch over to the right channel for another listen (you should hear it
> better here if your track/cd is affected to this issue).

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