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April 1960 - "instrumental #2" - download


"Wildcat"...
"The Braun-Kirchherr Tapes"...
("BK" has an additional 2.5 seconds of tape noise at the end of the track.)

Doug Sulpy Number...
John Winn Number...

Full CD track length...
Actual recording length...
Performance length...

Loop 1...
gap...
Loop 2...

Sulpy length on disc...
Sulpy actual length...

Winn length on disc...
Winn edit point...
Winn actual length...

Recording length after edit...
Performance length after edit...
redraw wav after edit...
speed correction...


disc 2 track 7
disc 1 track 13



IR.05 (HR.05)
3.B

11mn 15s 493ms
11mn 12s 340ms
11mn 9s 202ms

4mn 31s 204ms
22s 949ms (repaired 22.950)
4mn 31s 406ms

11:06
6:07

11:08
5:24
6:38

6mn 43s 350ms
6mn 37s 796ms
yes
none


This track is fairly simple. A single loop is repeated after a 23 second gap.

Wildcat and The B-K Tapes use different source tapes. Wildcat is superior in sound quality but The B-K Tapes features an additional 2.5 seconds of tape noise at the end of the track. This additional sound is included on the track but is not included in any of the edited timings.

Again, Doug Sulpy's "actual length" is short by about 30 seconds.
John Winn's timing is accurate. Because of this, no speed correction
was applied.

Although Winn's timing is accurate, his edit point reference is in error.
He states that the edit point is at 5:24 when, in fact the edit begins at 5:28.
I suspect that his 5:24 reference is due to a digital glitch heard at 5:24 on the
Wildcat version. This glitch does not appear on The B-K Tapes version.
I have used a small fragment from The B-K Tapes to repair the glitch.

Full wav illustration. The loops are between the green arrow markers. The yellow marker between the loops is the digital glitch.


Full wav after removing loop 2.


The top wav illustrates the digital glitch at 5:24. The bottom wav illustrates the same passage after being repaired with The B-K Tapes fragment.
Crossfading The B-K Tapes fragment has altered the appearance on the wav.



Below are zoomed views of the precise edit points.
Loops 1 and 2 start points (green line). The black lines are merely identification points.


Loops 1 and 2 end points (green line). The black lines are merely identification points.