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I really enjoyed reading the article on converting ones oldies to digital, but it seems that a certain article has no ending. It is situated on page 89, under the subtitle "Easy Recordings". The sentence trails off with "If your recording levels 'max out' at all, you can". I would be really greatful if you could send me the rest of the article because it's a shame it's missing! With the best intentions, Hughes.
 
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Not before. Have now, though. Can I swear on this forum? Maybe not - so to paraphrase Blackadder, let's just say 'I believe the phrase rhymes with clucking bell' and leave it there.

That particular article was written directly to page, so I'll have to dig out the original document as sent to the printers and find the missing text. Should be able to post it up tomorrow. For once, I don't believe it was our mistake, and as I've already owned up to several others this month, hopefully you'll take my word for it.
 
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Right, as promised: the article ended 'you can introduce unwanted distortion'.

And, as I'd hoped, the document we sent over to the printers was fine - we're trying to find out what went wrong now!
 
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Glad to see I'm not the only one who has spotted articles that finish mid-sentence. Printers eh?? ;-)
 
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Tut Tut Tut - Not the usual St.Ives standard! Did you send it as a PDF? If so that's where lots of problems usually lie.
 

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