Lolita and Other Film Hits
Published 29 June 2019
Description from the vinyl cover; the best film themes of the year
(12 to be exact—no more), assign them to the world's most exciting
dance orchestra - Orchestra Del Oro; have scores arranged by the leading
pop orchestra in the world - Don Costa. Mix all with magnificent
sound dimension of 35-millimetre tape and, voila, one of the best
albums of the year. Apparently.
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- Theme from Lolita
- Lolitya Ya, Ya
- Stranger on the Shore
- Midnight in Moscow
- The Miracle Worker
- Theme from "The Unknown"
- Walk on the Wild Side
- Moon River
- Willing and Eager
- La Dolce Vita
- White Rose of Athens
Trans-35 Mastering Process
The Trans-35 stereo recording technique was claimed to be
the most advanced process in the recording arts; circa 1962.
The original studio performances were recorded on 35-millimetre
tape with all equalization and level corrections made at the
recording session. From the original track 35-millimetre tape,
a direct feed composite is mixed and fed direct to the mastering lathe.
Hence the Trans-35 title.
It was claimed that this single transfer minimizes the distortion and
tape noise factor normally inherent in other methods of that
period of transfer from the original tape to the lacquer master.
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