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rm2551 posted a topic in Led Zep LiveI have seen some impressive advancements in video production lately such as this. And the Star Wars movie - bringing back Peter Cushing as Grand Moff Tarkin, a young Princess Leia. Amazing. So what of audio? Will technology will bring opportunities to greatly enhance/repair some lower quality recordings? Especially if there are parts, or even similar recordings (accoustically similar) that can be used to enhance a lesser quality sound into an outstanding - AND accurate account? Take an opera singer. Maybe she has one incredibly good recording, and another that is fairly low quality. Based on information from the good quality recording, and the sound that is available from the lower one, an accurate landscape of what the sound would be like could be produced. Expand and build on whatever that process would be, and one day it can be applied to much more complex arrangements, like say a 4 piece rock outfit, with amazing and accurate results. I imagine at some point (could be a while yet) someone will be listening to Listen to this Eddie in a quality that would have us here in 2017 weep with joy. A sound that is beyond what you might think is possible now - but one technology eventually successfully delivers. The only question in my mind is - how far away are such leaps in audio enhance/restore technology? If they can add colour to a lot of turn of the century (19th to 20th) B&W film, put long departed actors into roles, and even produce speech by someone that never actually muttered the speech, in time, we will have the technology available to turn audience recordings and soundboards into incredible audio. I wonder how close that dream is?