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ARCart releases in digital format

Several years ago I updated a page on the ARCart website announcing that mp3 versions of all the ARC and ARC(ANE) releases would be made available. Some years later I removed that text as I realised I’d still not got round to fulfilling that promise and, like my vague ideas of ever making music again, might never actually get round to it.

Well, at least on one of these points I’ve finally managed to make good on my word. Over the coming weeks I’ll be making available digital versions of every ARCart vinyl release. The intention at this stage is to make them available in FLAC format, compressed from WAV files created from the original digital recordings made on Digital Audio Tape and in some cases, CDr.

The files will be posted in the order they were originally released. I expect I’ll write a bit about each one as well, giving some background information as well as sharing my opinions on how I feel about them all these years later.

I don’t know if anyone is really that interested at this stage, but it will at least serve the purpose of creating an archive that will sit alongside the bits of vinyl still floating around in various collections, bargain bins and landfill sites. And it will give me something to write about on this ever-sluggish blog.

4 replies on “ARCart releases in digital format”

Brilliant…you are one of my favorite artists.
Definitely make some more music after you finish encoding the previous releases.
I’m trying to get back to making music as well.
Just put my studio back together with duct tape…

Excellent news re: releasing FLAC.

I just purchased MOLECULAR RECORDINGS Vol. 3 – largely for “Slap”.

I have no interest whatsoever in vinyl (& I know I’m not alone there) so, yes, I’m sure people are interested.

God Bless

HOU

THANK MAX .
I HAVE ALOT OF YOUR VINYLS BUT I WAS WAITING FOR A LONG TIME DIGITAL FORMAT …THANKS FOR THIS

BIG RESPECT FOR YOU ANS YOU MUSIC

FON

SUBSIST REC

Huge huge fan, regularly hammer loads of your stuff, surprised there hasn’t been a Gemini-type surge in interest in ARC. Any chance of Nectar being put up digitally? Heard a dodgy rip somewhere and Answers is one of my favourites of yours, can’t afford the £30 or whatever that people are charging on discogs for the tests.

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