Glad to hear it, Colin. Yeah, Pet and Hatch truly provided some timeless tunes. Thank you very kindly! Good piece. She also had hits in German and Italian, and recorded a few songs in Spanish. In she did a new studio album in French and promoted it on french tv and in a concert at Casino de Paris, one of the leading concert halls in Paris where I was sitting right in front of the mic. Her last English album was a chart success in the UK and a single taken from it was a chart success in Belgium.
As a person, face to face, Pet is charming and funny, and always far more interested in you than she is in talking about herself.
A truly lovely woman, whom I adore. Welcome, Dave, and thank you so much for sharing those memories. Thanks, as well, for the link. Truly awesome. You are commenting using your WordPress.
You are commenting using your Google account. You are commenting using your Twitter account. We would record multi-track on 3, 4, 8 or 16 track depending on how far advanced tape recorder design was in any particular year.
Having got our multi-track recording the next process would be the mix-down. In this respect, therefore, some appropriate attention had to be paid to microphone placing in the studio whilst recording and if one was restricted on recordable tracks then panning and equalisation would also need to be addressed.
Now then Company policy would often dictate that. We at Pye Records experimented with both separate mixes and 'compatible' mixes and we decided to go for 'compatible' by which you could play a stereo record on a mono record player and the sound output would be mono. I personally preferred 'compatible' because even though there was some 'compromise' in 'compatibility', having one mix as opposed to two was enormously time saving especially with albums.
The biggest problem with 'compatible' mixes was balancing the reverb plus phasing. In mono, also, sounds placed dead centre in the sound picture will leap forward. Everything is now stereo, anyway, so mono is now an irrelevance. Hope this helps. Metal Fusion. Rock n Roll. Elvis Presley. The Beatles. The Rolling Stones. Pop general. Current Pop. Pop 90s. Pop 80s. French Pop. French Rock. Johnny Hallyday. Traditional Music. Pays Basque. Others French. European Grooves. Other Countries.
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