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I've recently acquired the audio recording of "The Secret of Sherlock Holmes" and wanted to see if I could clean it up a bit. Act I is certainly the better sounding of the two, but I wanted to try and get rid of some of the hiss in Act II, and this is about as good as I could make it. I also made Act II a much higher bit rate, to hopefully compensate for the lack of quality in the recording. Links below.…Continue
Season 2 of Sherlock saw an amazing climax, to say the very least. All of us knew that it would be Sherlock v/s Moriarty at the end of the season, thanks to the last episode of Season 1 which saw Moriarty reveal himself and leave the season on a cliff-hanger. Imagine our surprise!
Well, now that Season 2 has come to an end — we can say that all it has managed to do is make us Sherlockians more attracted to this beauty. Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat, hats off to you guys. Quite…
Well, to be honest, I never expected BBC's Sherlock to be good. But after watching the first and second season back to back in two days - yes, it hooked me up that bad - I can honestly say that those hours spent in watching Sherlock were indeed one of the best moments of my life.
It was interesting to note how the writer(s) - Mark Gatiff and Steve Moffat have portrayed the character of Sherlock. No, this isn't the 20th century Sherlock. He's very much living in the 21'st century…