The restoration of old Doctor Who episodes
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In this episode I talk about the team of people behind the restoration of old Doctor Who episodes and some of the techniques used to make 40 year old telly look as good as new.
The team's website with lots of in depth info:
Some Wikipedia pages with more info:
Music was me messing about with Zynaddsubfx and a USB MIDI keyboard. Sounded a bit like 80s Who.
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Comment #1 posted on 2012-11-05T13:35:09Z by pokey
This was really neat. I'm not a Dr. Who fan (in fact the theramin show opening music form the '80s used to scare the hell out of me), but when I hear stuff like this, how cool the fans are, I sort of want to be.
Comment #2 posted on 2012-11-05T13:59:30Z by klaatu
Brilliant episode, thanks
Wow this was so informative, so cool, and to top it off had music created with Zynaddsubfx. Where did this episode come from? what did we do to deserve such greatness? Thank you!
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