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Subject: Re: Question about The Definitive Buddy Holly remixes

Dale (Hi Frank)
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Date Posted: Tue May 07, 2024 18:29:57
In reply to: Frank 's message, "Re: Question about The Definitive Buddy Holly remixes" on Mon May 06, 2024 17:58:12

Hi I agree with you 100%, and of course you are totally correct. It CAN NOT BE a proper "mix" unless there are more than one track to begin with. The process of creating individual tracks from mono is really just an extension
or next gen. version of e.q.'ing the individual frequencies
of each recorded element to semi create a separate track.
These "tracks" are now mixed in a stereo fashion. What is lost is the original room ambience of the MONO, leaving a flatter sounding final product.
Sadly, you and I are considered to be nit pickers by the vast
majority of fans who never question the veracity of what they are told, and even if they did have any concerns, they might like the idea of being a complete-ist.

This technology has actually now entered the official mainstream, as the B side of the "final" Beatles single was
given the "mono to stereo" effect by apple records and producer Gilles Martin. I don't think they did a very good job of it!

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