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What boots will be possible with future technology?

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8 minutes ago, IpMan said:

I remember an interview with Jimmy Page in February 1975 where he was addressing Robert's vocal issues due to the flu. He said, half jokingly, that the band minus Plant was performing so hot, on such a great level by that point, that they should leave Plant behind for a month to recoup while they play as a power trio. I believe it was either Creem or Circus, not sure which one. Anyway, my point is, has anyone removed Robert's vocals from the 1975 gig's where his voice was bad but the band was hot? Just to have the pure instrumentals to enjoy without poor Planty's shaky rasp to distract?

You'd need multitracks to accomplish that. Mere soundboards aren't enough, and it would be impossible on audience tapes.

Edited by Strider

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13 minutes ago, Strider said:

You'd need multitracks to accomplish that. Mere soundboards aren't enough, and it would be impossible on audience tapes.

Damn, maybe Mr. Data or Seven of Nine will pull it off in the 24th century. "I come from the land of the delta quadrant..."

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15 hours ago, IpMan said:

Damn, maybe Mr. Data or Seven of Nine will pull it off in the 24th century. "I come from the land of the delta quadrant..."

We come from the land of ice and snow...

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