Dynamic Spectrum Sound is an exclusive and proprietary restoration technique that removes unwanted noise and other audio imperfections, while preserving the authentic sound of the original recordings. Artificial enhancements, such as reverb and echo effects, are not used. The only thing added to the music is the greatest possible clarity and the delight of hearing original recordings, as intended by the artists.
Dynamic Spectrum Sound was developed by Bill Hebden, who has been restoring music for more than 20 years. Bill got his real start in music, however, during the late 1960s, when he began making night club recordings of jazz bands, in New England. Many of these recordings, which he made with his portable Nagra Processional recorder, were issued on LP.
As a pioneer in audio restoration, Bill began with a Packburn 323A Processor. Though the Packburn was an analog device, it enabled him to remove some of the ticks and surface noise from early recordings. The Packburn device was also the most advanced unit available, until the debut of digital systems, such as No Noise and Cedar. In the 1990s, Bill began using the Diamond Cut system, but has since switched to Sound Forge.
While these advanced digital systems have made sound restoration more efficient, Dynamic Spectrum Sound really owes its success to the knowledge and experience, which Bill has accumulated over the years. His experiments with various methods and the development of his own plug-ins have resulted in what have been described as "miracles in audio restoration." Dynamic Spectrum Sound has brought a level of clarity to early recordings (even acoustical recordings), which was previously thought unachievable. As a result, Bill Hebden's restorations are proving to add more than aesthetic value to early recordings. They are also proving to add historical and discographical value, as well. On many of Bill's restorations, Dynamic Spectrum Sound has revealed the presence of instruments, which had previously been indiscernible.
Dynamic Spectrum Sound is used by a number of labels, which specialize in recordings of early popular music and jazz. For more information about Dynamic Spectrum Sound, send email to email@example.com. Or write to Vintage Music Productions, 24 Fieldstone Drive, Hollis, NH 03049 (USA).
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