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The 13th Floor Elevators´┐Ż The Psychedelic Sounds Of The 13th Floor Elevators [A Prof. Stoned Lifework]
24bit/96kHz High Resolution FLAC

01. You're Gonna Miss Me
02. Roller Coaster
03. Splash 1 (Now I'm Home)
04. Reverberation
05. Don't Fall Down
06. Fire Engine
07. Thru The Rhythm
08. You Don't Know
09. Kingdom Of Heaven
10. Monkey Island
11. Tried To Hide

All Tracks in Mono 

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Source: 

- The Psychedelic Sounds Of The 13th Floor Elevators (LP, Album, Mono) International Artists IA-LP-1 USA 1966 (M-)

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Vinyl Recorded & Mastered using:

- Technics 1210mk2 
- Jelco SA-750D Tonearm
- Audio Technica AT33PTG MC 
- Pro-Ject Tube Box SE-2 (using a matched pair of Genalex Gold Lion tubes)
- RME ADI-2 A/D Interface @ 24/96
- Audition 3.0/5.0 (editing, manual clean up)
- Click Repair 3.9.9 (light automatic click setting)
- Cubase 5 
- Universal Audio Precision Bundle @ 24/96
- PMC IB2s Monitors 
- Yamaha NS-10 Monitors
- Acoustically treated environment 

All mono recordings mastered from a single stereo channel (no L+R folding) except Tr 10-11 folded L25/R75.

Transfer, Restoration & Mastering by Prof. Stoned

v1.0: 13-04-2020
v2.0: 30-04-2020 (new rip and restoration, mastering settings identical to v1.0) 

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Note:

Here at last an undistorted, noise-free version that is not drenched in noise reduction, carefully restored from a true mint minus original. If you're reading this, you probably are aware of the frustrating re-release history of this landmark album. The mono and stereo masters were lost in the 70s, with no decent backup tapes existing and thus inferior source material has been used since for every reissue. While still a needledrop, this new version is probably the closest to what a tape sourced pro-master would have sounded like. It should be noted that the recording was not exactly state-of-the-art at the time, so the original vinyl sounds a bit tinny at times. I think I have found an acceptable balance between that original sound and a more contemporary fuller sound stage. But not like the Charly remaster which has the low-end pumped through the roof at times. Hope y'all like it and that it will give some comfort through these strange times.

P.S. (April 2020)