RAP5/5/02 Roger Norman "I'd Love Me"

Discussion in 'rec.audio.pro' started by Carey Carlan, Aug 24, 2003.

  1. Carey Carlan

    Carey Carlan Guest

    (1) Roger, if you compiled the set, how did someone else's cut get in first
    ahead of yours? (2) I now see why John Vengrouskie signs as JnyVee.

    I'm always fascinated with decent recording made with speakers playing.
    That instantly forces the recordist to close mic everything and manufacture
    a soundstage during mixdown.

    Is the "vocal reverb" the house bounce?

    Not much to say. Live stuff is tough. This one's pretty good. I bet it's
    better than anyone heard live.
  2. We had two different trackings going on, but the reverb is added in
    Samplitude. Yes, I used verb on the FOH, and John used verb on the two
    track mix, but not on the 8 track digital. And I can gaurantee that nobody
    actually heard it THAT way because when I got the tracks home and loaded
    them up, lo and behold, I had trumpet on three tracks. So I had to cheat on
    the mix. Still, I think I represented it fairly well considering and it's
    pretty close to what I remember mixing at FOH. There was a room paid
    somewhere, but you'd have to ask John.

    Thing is, just look at the mic list.

    --


    Roger W. Norman
    SirMusic Studio
    Purchase your copy of the Fifth of RAP CD set at www.recaudiopro.net.
    See how far $20 really goes.




    "Carey Carlan" <gulfjoe@hotmail.com> wrote in message
    news:Xns93E0DFF8C518gulfjoehotmailcom@207.69.154.204...
    > (1) Roger, if you compiled the set, how did someone else's cut get in

    first
    > ahead of yours? (2) I now see why John Vengrouskie signs as JnyVee.
    >
    > I'm always fascinated with decent recording made with speakers playing.
    > That instantly forces the recordist to close mic everything and

    manufacture
    > a soundstage during mixdown.
    >
    > Is the "vocal reverb" the house bounce?
    >
    > Not much to say. Live stuff is tough. This one's pretty good. I bet

    it's
    > better than anyone heard live.
  3. Oh, forgot your question. I never put mine on first. I don't figure the
    compilation has started until I actually get something in the mail, so those
    go on first. I just think of it as a courtesy.

    --


    Roger W. Norman
    SirMusic Studio
    Purchase your copy of the Fifth of RAP CD set at www.recaudiopro.net.
    See how far $20 really goes.




    "Carey Carlan" <gulfjoe@hotmail.com> wrote in message
    news:Xns93E0DFF8C518gulfjoehotmailcom@207.69.154.204...
    > (1) Roger, if you compiled the set, how did someone else's cut get in

    first
    > ahead of yours? (2) I now see why John Vengrouskie signs as JnyVee.
    >
    > I'm always fascinated with decent recording made with speakers playing.
    > That instantly forces the recordist to close mic everything and

    manufacture
    > a soundstage during mixdown.
    >
    > Is the "vocal reverb" the house bounce?
    >
    > Not much to say. Live stuff is tough. This one's pretty good. I bet

    it's
    > better than anyone heard live.

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