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Nautilus SuperDiscs LP: 1982 The Allman Brothers Band At Fillmore East NR 30

$100.00
  • Nautilus SuperDiscs LP: 1982 The Allman Brothers Band At Fillmore East NR 30

Nautilus

Nautilus SuperDiscs LP: 1982 The Allman Brothers Band At Fillmore East NR 30

$100.00
  • Highly collectible hard to find in this condition!
  • Limited edition, reissued and remastered!
  • Live At The Fillmore was The Allman Brothers breakthrough success.
  • Released in July 1971 and remains the band's top-selling albums.
  • It ranks #49 among Rolling Stone magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.

Nautilus SuperDiscs are vinyl records created with only one thing in mind: "quality." What makes a Superdisc so "super" is that it is the perfect integration of artists, musical compositions, production, manufacturing, and packaging.

Using half-speed mastering, a process in which the original master two-track tapes run at half of their normal speed during the mastering (lacquer cutting) process. The cutting lathe runs at half of its normal speed. Thus the playback ratios remain the same. The advantage to this slow cutting speed is that'a more perfect groove etched onto the lacquer. Better frequency response, wider dynamic range and considerably less distortion are the benefits. If compared to the equivalent commercial pressings of the same music, half speed mastered records are significantly better.

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  • Highly collectible hard to find in this condition!
  • Limited edition, reissued and remastered!
  • Live At The Fillmore was The Allman Brothers breakthrough success.
  • Released in July 1971 and remains the band's top-selling albums.
  • It ranks #49 among Rolling Stone magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.

Nautilus SuperDiscs are vinyl records created with only one thing in mind: "quality." What makes a Superdisc so "super" is that it is the perfect integration of artists, musical compositions, production, manufacturing, and packaging.

Using half-speed mastering, a process in which the original master two-track tapes run at half of their normal speed during the mastering (lacquer cutting) process. The cutting lathe runs at half of its normal speed. Thus the playback ratios remain the same. The advantage to this slow cutting speed is that'a more perfect groove etched onto the lacquer. Better frequency response, wider dynamic range and considerably less distortion are the benefits. If compared to the equivalent commercial pressings of the same music, half speed mastered records are significantly better.