Was the TEED - Garden (Calibre Remix) a limited edition vinyl?

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  1. Goosey_J

    Goosey_J IGNORE ME

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    I ask because it seems to be sold out everywhere and I really wanted to bag a copy. Have I missed my chance?
     
  2. dirty breaks

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    yep, you missed out. It's now going for ridiculously high prices on discogs and it's sold out everywhere... it would actually be cheaper to download the WAV and get a vinyl dubplate cut than to buy the actual release...
     
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    That's probably the way I'm going to do it. Might stick Enei's remix of "Time" on the flip.
     
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    My copy sounds shit. Is so quiet and theres fuck all mids
     
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    ^^ this. Always fiddling with the gain to make this sit right in the mix...annoying to say the least.

    discogs sellers have gone mad on this release for extortionate prices. ridiculous.
     
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    That's just absurd. £75?! So annoying trying to make it mix without loosing momentum when it's so weirdly cut.
     
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    I ordered a copy yesterday from some obscure record shop but I doubt it's actually in stock and i'll probably end up getting a refund. A lot of shops don't update their online stock levels properly.

    If it actually comes and sounds shit on vinyl i'll probably sell it straight away for what I paid. I'm fed up with being ripped off by shit quality vinyl masters and it happens too often in the dnb scene
     
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    Beau is a g tho
     
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    Goosey_J IGNORE ME

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    Catapult do not have it, first place I tried.
     
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    Yeah most of the time but even the occasional record mastered by Beau sounds shit. E.g. Break - Return to the Temple EP. Might not be his fault though.

    Stu's the Don though, never heard a shit sounding record mastered by him.
     
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    This is a really good tune but its deffo not worth any more than standard price. I saw it for sale in banquet records for normal price and didn't even buy it then... I probably would have if I'd known it was limited... but its definitely not anything special and will be forgotten in a few weeks/months... not worth paying loads for IMO, and calibre has better tunes out there anyway
     
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    Yes! Stu is the don no doubt. Always wonder why everyone doesnt use him, best mastering engineer on the planet. His cuts always stand out, so good.
     
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    out of interest how'd you know/find out who does the mastering for this sorta stuff?
    do different labels have go-to guys?
     
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    Just see it on discogs usually, although im sure itll be on the full track information on some websites
     
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    I've always just looked at the runout groove on my records where the mastering engineer usually etches his name. Just something I've always paid attention to and been interested in.
     
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    poor vinyl press for sure, so weak, have to fuck the gains and eqs, really annoying. deffinatly not worth the price its listed for on discogs but i got it and you dont :b
     
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    oh shucks bro. i was just rinsing that before! what a choon haha... check ebay??
     
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    What's the name of the company that do the £16 dubs again?