I have enjoyed TAS since 1976, enduring its early unpredictable publishing calendar, and I have always found the writing outstanding.
When I read of new digital versions of material which predate the invention of the CD, I wonder just how one can obtain a high resolution digital version without going back to the source material, probably audio tape masters. So just how does a digital music provider get a high resolution version of a classic, say, Late for the Sky? I have heard many poor sounding CD’s of classics, so how do the new music services work miracles on a large scale?
Kevin H. Park, Esq.