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  1. Tom Petty had released a lot of new remastered albums from mostly the original studio masters. Mastering is done by Chris Bellman at Bernie Grundman Mastering. (Grundman have kept a lot of original old tape machines - probably one of the few studios with the appropriate gear to do a proper job) Ryan Ulate supervised it. Looks like Tom Petty is still using ATC loudspeakers in his studio. HDTracks have all the newly remastered albums in high resolution. Even better is that they appear to be all remastered to get more dynamic range than is normally done for mass market. Basically they are how Tom likes it to sound to him on ATC speakers once he is finished working on the production with his sound engineer.
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