Great question! It was a professional 2 camera shoot.
It was suppose to be included in some production, but the project was shelved. I was pretty surprised to end up featured.
Would like to help my buddy finish it. Doesn't seem like a major challenge at this point. He was concerned because they couldn't locate the master.
Back in analog days, I mailed our reel, certified to a duplication company. They recieved it... fired off 1000 Cassette copies.
(Yes, I really am that old.)
Never got it back.... The master was lost in the mail. We had to use a cassette as the master for the next batch. They turned out better than I thought they would.
These days... Digital is far superior!!!!
My first recordings were 2 cassette recorders. Record on one... play it back and strum or sing along as I recorded on the second one.
About 3 times and the sound had deteriorated significantly.
I ended up with an 8 track reel to reel built into an 8 track mixer. It worked surprisingly well. I produced several projects on that.
One bucket list job I had for several years was as a sound designer for a small internet gaming company.
Bit of a challenge streaming complex sounds over limited bandwidth.
All the best,