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Valses No dance event in Tango Argentino, the so-called milongas, can do without a waltz, this…



The big four With this publication we want to introduce you to the so-called Big 4 in Tango: Osvaldo…


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Browse through the available releases, which, by the way, we are constantly expanding, and listen to the songs. Put the publications you want to purchase in the shopping cart and complete the order from there. When you place your order, you can conveniently create a customer account from which you can later access all your orders and downloads.

After submitting the order, you will be forwarded to your customer account. From there you can pay for the order with the most convenient payment method for you. Once the payment has been made, you can download the music immediately.

To listen to the music, use your computer's music player as usual, or a portable device of your choice. You can also burn the downloaded songs to an audio CD and enjoy them in the car or on your stereo.

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Why is there sometimes a hiss in your transfers?

Shellacs have a wider track groove than vinyl records and need heavier and special pickups and drives (78 rpm):

A few grams are enough for a record, the cartridge of a shellac can weigh up to 300g. In order to “keep this weight on track”, a very hard material is required: Shellac.

Coarse particles were added to this material, an excretion of the lacquer scale insect. Depending on the condition of the shellac, these particles cause noises when playing.

There are algorithms, so-called de-noisers, that try to filter out this interference, but at the expense of the sound quality:

If you take away noises, you take away music!

With our transfers, we take a riskier route and instead of a version that has been post-processed “to death”, we offer a somewhat noisy, but sonically richer version. This is achieved through an ingenious form of high-quality dubbing that we have professionalized over many years of precision work.

After decades of listening, we have a simple tip: Please try to get used to these “background noises” as sounds from distant times. The greater joy of a musically rich recording will prevail.