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An older collab project made with mp3, 16b mixed bit rate files. Lo-fi mix quality, digital harsh but interested in the balance/ how its translating on different speakers. Instrumental symphonic/ jazz. -thanks

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As always excellent stuff. (Shame on ya if you should drop a "stinker"; I kid, I kid.)
The low res really isn't apparent on the Bose cans here.
So would you call this a L-C-R mix?
I tend to "smear" the stereo field, generally speaking.
At the risk of repeating myself, your sax player has mad skills!

t

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Thanks Tom,

Just an older Cake project with issues. One being the orchestra backing on this is the original stem mix & needs to be totally reworked, re-tracked but I'm not up to it. It was done using Tascam's GigaStudio many moons ago. I've got other new projects on my plate that I'm more interested in.  It's a nice break to revisit old projects for a day doing quick remixes.

Cheers...

 

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Nice job - that's a cool jazz number - I always enjoy listening to your stuff.  I thought the mix was quite good to my ears.

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The whole band got great chops.    I've always wondered how jazz players can think in such complex rhythms and never miss a beat.    Are you sax or guitar?

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3 hours ago, 90 dB said:

This is nice.  Hits the spot.

 

Regards,

Bob

 

2 hours ago, thegaltieribrothers said:

Niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiccccce.

What a lovely jazz number for a sunny afternoon.

Thanks for sharing.

Good Job!

regards

paul

Thank you both, appreciate the comments.

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I agree with the above comments.  A nice refreshing number -- a bit Brubeck-ish until it gets going with that cool lead guitar.  I have always admired how Jazz players can manage such complex timing on songs like this.  Well done!

 

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