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On September 10, 2015, wiki & forum member '''Guilmon1998''' posted about his meeting with Daniel Miller in which he inquired about these four tracks.<ref>Source: [https://forum.dmlive.wiki/index.php?topic=7.0 Depeche Mode Live Forums], '''Guilmon1988''': "News About Alan Wilder's Demo Tape"</ref> Please note that DM Live is somewhat skeptical regarding this recollection; it is up to you whether you decide to believe the information in that thread.
 
On September 10, 2015, wiki & forum member '''Guilmon1998''' posted about his meeting with Daniel Miller in which he inquired about these four tracks.<ref>Source: [https://forum.dmlive.wiki/index.php?topic=7.0 Depeche Mode Live Forums], '''Guilmon1988''': "News About Alan Wilder's Demo Tape"</ref> Please note that DM Live is somewhat skeptical regarding this recollection; it is up to you whether you decide to believe the information in that thread.
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These tracks have all circulated before on various bootleg releases, but in poor quality at best and horrendous quality at worst. The tracks were transferred by the webmaster from a second-generation cassette. There is some slight distortion and hiss present, no doubt stemming from the normal position cassette that was used, but it is easily dismissed. Many, many thanks to a kind collector for generously lending DM Live  
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These tracks have all circulated before on various bootleg releases, but in poor quality at best and horrendous quality at worst. The tracks were transferred by the webmaster from a second-generation cassette. There is some slight distortion and hiss present, no doubt stemming from the normal position cassette that was used, but it is easily dismissed. Many, many thanks to a kind collector for generously lending DM Live his tape for archival.
tape for archival.
      
'''Revision A notes''': The tape was transferred again on [[Equipment#Nakamichi_Dragon|a serviced and upgraded Nakamichi Dragon cassette deck]]. No speed correction or automatic phase correction was employed this time. There is also slightly less hiss, tighter bass, and a better soundstage as a result of the better cassette deck used for this transfer.
 
'''Revision A notes''': The tape was transferred again on [[Equipment#Nakamichi_Dragon|a serviced and upgraded Nakamichi Dragon cassette deck]]. No speed correction or automatic phase correction was employed this time. There is also slightly less hiss, tighter bass, and a better soundstage as a result of the better cassette deck used for this transfer.

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