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 Post subject: Four Wizards And A Painted Bus
PostPosted: Sat Jun 04, 2016 1:14 pm 
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 Post subject: Re: Four Wizards And A Painted Bus
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This is a fantastic listen. I know all the originals so well that it's a fine counterpoint to hear these variations.
In each track, it was notable fun to contrast, & compare to the originals.
The flac format yielded the best plays, & that is a welcome feature here.
I think you display large skills with this post. Big cheers to you!

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 Post subject: Re: Four Wizards And A Painted Bus
PostPosted: Thu Aug 04, 2016 12:01 pm 
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Glad you like them, my friend! What I have done is bring bass frequencies from 60Hz to 198Hz from left or right into the centre of the sound field, so bass guitar and drums get centred. (I actually do 60Hz, 63Hz, 66Hz et cetera through to 192Hz, 195Hz and 198Hz).This process will bring the bottom end of other instruments into the centre as well. It also brings vocals that have been panned left or right into the centre, so that a track such as "Savoy Truffle" now has centred vocals. The process makes a solid mix and some tracks will inevitably become a kind of "spacious mono". As someone who listens to music through a pair of headphones I find that it is an excellent way to remix some of those weird '60s mixes where you might have drums in the left and vocals in the middle and other instruments in the right, for example.


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