[Vinyl Rip] America - I Need You (Original 1971 Recording)





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Published on Jan 3, 2011

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Transferred from Vinyl at 96,000 Hz Sample Rate with a 32 bit depth

All Recording Equipment Burned in for at least 30 hours of white noise

Recording Chain:
Original 1971 Vynl

Sony PS LX300USB Turntable

Insignia NS-R2001 Reciever

Radio Shack 42-2560 20' 1/4" Male to 1/8" Female Cable

Monster Cable 1/8" Male to 1/8" Male (From Beats Solo HD Headphones)

Hp Pavilion dv6 External Audio In


Engineer: Ken Scott
Remixing: George Martin

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