@Superrayman3 There is already an uncensored track using the CD but it’s not perfect, the wind sfx definitely needs to be handled better. Hopefully you can do a better job!
Honestly I’m having doubts about making this work correctly, the CD version has a more noticeable reverb/echo effect on the vocals compared to the LD and Optical tracks and I haven’t figured out how to mediate this issue which is problematic because you can hear a noticeable quality difference between the two sources (CD & LD)
Also, the optical audio is better quality than the LD so do it as well, your best option is to convert the CD audio to 48.0 KHz to match the LD & Optical tracks not the other way.
I’ll keep that in mind going forward, I’d like to do the optical track but the aforementioned reverb/echo issue on the CD version would probably make any edit more noticeable compared to the LD track not to mention the invert trick doesn’t work nearly as well on the optical track as is compared to the LD (the vocals are almost completely gone on the LD when inverted while the vocals are more noticeable on the optical track in comparison, I’m trying to see what can be done about this), also the LD and optical audio tracks have some issues that’ll need to be addressed, the LD track has a weird sound glitch during the line “When the wind’s from the east and the sun’s from the west” (I’ve only been listening to the song thus far for now so there may be even more instances of this problem that I haven’t encountered yet later on in the main film part of the track) while the optical track has noticeable click and pops that’ll need to be fixed.
Quality aside they are to my understanding two different mixes, the LD being near-field and Optical far.
I’m not familiar with the terms near and far field however I can confirm both tracks are different mixes although both are very good quality in their own right.
Ultimately we’ll have to find an uncensored print and get the audio from it.
That would be the best option by far, unfortunately the original 1992 print is neigh on impossible to find so good luck tracking one of those down for scanning.