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  1. “Too Much Mustard” by National Promenade Band 1913 Blue Amberol record number 1925, Too Much Mustard, played on an Edison Model F Home Phonograph. I tried something new on this one. I bought a new microphone gadget and recorded the sound of the machine playing. I then combined it with images and some video of the record being played. I need to experiment more and try other types of records. This one is older but is clear and plays loudly so I thought it would be a good place to start. It is a bit distorted on the loudest passages, but the record kind of is as well. So, it sounds pr
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