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#21 danielfalgerho

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Posted 04 April 2020 - 18:38

I wonder if Richard didn't mean "allowing it to slide on the film"? At any rate his hearing must be better than mine, I cannot hear micro-scratches. Taping a microphone to the film seems a bit extreme. Even without that, Richard Binder's method works really well, I give up on trying to find shortcuts.



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