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June 1960 - "instrumental #2" - download


"Wildcat"...
"The Braun-Kirchherr Tapes"...

Doug Sulpy Reference Number...
John Winn Reference 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...
Performance speed correction...


disc 2 track 8
disc 2 track 1

IR. 16 (HR.16)
4.J

17mn 51s 127ms
17mn 49s 394ms
17mn 49s 394ms

8mn 7s 128ms
2ms
8mn 10s 470ms

17:40
9:22

17:50
8:24
10:07

9mn 38s 923ms
9mn 38s 923ms
no
10mn 7s 2ms


Both releases use an identical tape.
The B-K Tapes version runs about 1.5 seconds shorter.
I attribute this, simply, to speed variances of tape machines.

There is a 2ms gap between loops 1 and 2 which appears to be simply the result of the edit and, thus, is insignificant. I removed it along with loop2.

Eliminating loop 2 created a perfect edit so the wav did not need to be
redrawn but the performance needed to be speed-corrected in order to
match John Winn's 10:07 length reference. Note too, that Doug Sulpy's
"actual length" reference is almost a whole minute short.

Full wav illustration. The loops are between the green arrow markers.


Full wav after removing loop 2.


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.