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christian u

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  1. Here is an in depth interview with Jim Anderson, well worth the read. masters-behind-mix-behind-scenes-glimpse-music-making-audio-engineer-jim-anderson
  2. Yes having the master format of the recordings you like is of course preferable. 😀
  3. Highly recommended and very well recorded; vestbotrio "flowmotion"
  4. Very interesting, Thanks for posting. The 2 reviewers agree on several points. However the 2nd review is partly wrong in so far that it's only a part of the sampler that is made with only one mic. The Witmer album, "Free", (a personal favorite of mine) is a multi mic album and so is the Carmen Gomes sings the Blues and a couple more. Great sounding all of them but not "One Mic". I witnessed a friend of mine download the sampler from the https://soundliaison.bandcamp.com/ site and I must say it works very well that site.
  5. I wonder if BandCamp will start doing hi-res streaming in the future as a response to apple.
  6. On Carmen's own bandcamp site you can get the 16/44 files but also order the very fine sounding Red Book CD versions. But of course there is something to be said for owning the original one to one copy of the master file for an audiophile classic album like Thousand Shades of Blue download from the Sound Liaison site.
  7. And ideal combination for the One Microphone recording technique. The music is lovely and so well played.
  8. Very great album indeed. I'm completely into Paul Berner at the moment, as I'm enjoying his latest released recording with Monty Alexander as well as his previous Sound Liaison albums. The Road to Memphis download is one of my all time favorite audiophile downloads and for pure straight ahead jazz his work with Monty on Live at Bubbas is so very enjoyable.
  9. Native DSD has a Carmen Gomes special going with an interesting producers note comparing the recording method on her DXD albums. Recording Report; In The Studio with Carmen Gomes – Producer’s Note It's only about mic placement and such, not about bits, but very interesting none the less😀.
  10. But if the remaster is done by the original engineer using better equipment, would that be acceptable?
  11. Is there a big difference between the original and the remaster?
  12. Very impressive indeed. And Terrance Blanchard wrote the liner notes. I would love to hear him record for the label with this 1 microphone technique. His "Simply Stated" album is favorite of mine, but if it had been recorded like this, I would rate up there with Kind of Blue.
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