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The Great Lost Performance

 

Johnny Cash

 

 

 

 

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I've just hear about half of the Storm Corr disc, but not SW's solo stuff. Do you prefer one over the other?

Nope, both are excellent IMO.

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Having somewhat enjoyed Loveless I made it halfway through before turning it off and returning the LP.

 

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Being totally unfamiliar with the band, I only made it about 10 minutes into it.....then I decided it just wasn't my cup of tea. 

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Almost bought this on vinyl recently. Caught my eye at the local shop.

 

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Almost bought this on vinyl recently. Caught my eye at the local shop.

 


If you find this remastered version on vinyl tell me because it sounds great on cd.

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"The Shepherds Dog" - Iron & Wine

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24/192 HDAD

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I ,as you may have noticed recently bought all 3 albums from the Sound Liaison label,and being very impressed with the quality of the recordings I asked if they would explain how they go about getting such wonderful results.This is the reply i got:

 

hi christian


We believe that when we get the musicians to play together in the same room,with out headphones,
it creates a number of musical and technical benefits. ......
 
the musicians interact much more as they would do in a concert situation,
as they are not ''separated'' by the headphones,
the musicians are forced to create a musical balance,
the need for compression to control levels is no longer necessary,
we can use a minimalist microphone setup and there by reduce phase problems,
since everybody is in the same room,the boxed sound which is so common in many modern recordings is absent,
and the sound of the room helps ''glue'' the sound of the recording.
 
This is all very well but there are also problematic aspects to this procedure:
 
the room,studio,has to have a good sound
the musicians have to be very good and well prepared as
it is very difficult to repair mistakes because of the ''cross talk'' between the instruments,
we have to be very precise when choosing and placing the microphones,
and the puzzle of placing the musicians at the right distance to the main stereo microphones and the right distance to each other,is also time consuming.
 
and when we have a live audience in the studio,as we do with our Studio Showcase Series,
we pray that they remembered to turn of their cell phones and the ones with the bad cold chose to stay home.
  
The room where the recordings has been done is the now legendary Studio Eleven situated in the basement of the building of the Dutch World Broad Casting Service.
The Studio was used extensively in the 60's by European and visiting American jazz musicians(Wes Montgomery, Cannonball Adderley,Dexter Gordon,Eric Dolphy.....)
 The Dutch World Broad Casting Service asked Frans de Rond to bring the room back to life as a recording studio,and Frans after seeing and hearing the room jumped at the opportunity.
SoundLiaison has been allowed to use the room during off hours,for our audiophile project,and we are eternally great full to the Dutch World Service for the opportunity.
 
the equipment used for the recording of Carmen Gomes inc. is:
Microphones:
Carmen: Audix SCX25
Folker: Audio Technica 4080
Peter: JZ V67
Marcel: SE Rn17 - overheads and JZ V67 - bassdrum
Main system - Schoeps MK5 (AB)

Micpre's: RME Micstacy (Analog > MADI)
Microphone cables: Grimm Audio TPR
Speakers: Grimm Audio LS1
Master clock: Grimm Audio CC1
Power Conditioner: Shunyata Research
 
and for Poul Berner Band:
Microphones:
Paul: JZ V67
Michael: JZ V67
Ed: Neumann KM84
Peter: Neumann KM84
Main system - Audio Technica 4022 (AB)

Micpre's: RME Micstacy (Analog > MADI)
Microphone cables: Grimm Audio TPR
Speakers: Grimm Audio LS1
Master clock: Grimm Audio CC1
Power Conditioner: Shunyata Research
 
kind regards
 

Peter Bjornild

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Always loved Leslie's guitarwork.

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