Moe Joe - I'm Alright (Ramón Pankow Mix)

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Moe Joe - I'm Alright (Ramón Pankow Mix)

Postby vitaminx » Thu Nov 15, 2018 10:41 pm

Hi folks,

This is my submission for the MC049 Mix Challenge, this time it's a Blues:

https://soundcloud.com/vitaminx/moe-joe ... pankow-mix

The song is a production by the Blues Quartett "Moe Joe" and it is a session recording from 2008.

I really like old Blues recordings, so my goal was to come as close as possible to a 60s vintage sound, maybe resembling a live session, so I tried not to use too modern mixing techniques, of course no pitch or timing correction either.

Everything's done with Reaper on Debian Linux.

Have fun listening :)

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Re: Moe Joe - I'm Alright (Ramón Pankow Mix)

Postby folderol » Fri Nov 16, 2018 11:03 pm

As a 60's teenager I can confirm this has a pretty authentic sound both from the performance and production. However, it is somewhat cleaner than those times, and stereo separation is better. nevertheless, very well done.

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Re: Moe Joe - I'm Alright (Ramón Pankow Mix)

Postby vitaminx » Fri Nov 16, 2018 11:53 pm

folderol wrote:As a 60's teenager I can confirm this has a pretty authentic sound both from the performance and production.

:)

folderol wrote:However, it is somewhat cleaner than those times

Yes I guess that's true.

I've already added a whole lot of analogueness and saturation:
- u-he Satin tape emulator (vintage settings)
- TesslaPro MKII console emulation
- TDR VOS SlickEQ saturation
- Klanghelm IVGI

But I usually dial them back a little once I hear distortion, but maybe I'm a little too careful with them.

folderol wrote:and stereo separation is better

Hmmm, not sure about this one, take for example this song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UJ3sBcQBDtU
Which has quite extreme panning.

I recall that I hear hard left or right panning quite often in older mixes.

folderol wrote:nevertheless, very well done.

Thank you folderol :)


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