Between TL074 pins 8&9, feedback at the A/R buffer opamp, both the Original (ssl_82e27.gif) , the cloned schematic and the clone layout uses a 470K resistor. In the 82e27 schematic, the opamp in question is named "T1". The value, though, is not really important, as it's setting 1x gain regardless of resistance.
For pin 5 of the NE5532 in the output stage, you're right, there is a difference between my own schematic and the layout. This resistor is used to bias the non-inverting input of the output inverter to 0V. 10K was the initial value, ended out with 470R for possibly a bit lower noise on the cost of DC offset. DC is removed anyway by the output caps. But this is nothing more than a theoretical difference, I haven't been able to spot any difference in real-life.
So just put in whatever you have.