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3rd May 2010
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Dark Side of the Moon

Thanks for taking the time to read this.

In my opinion, Dark Side of the Moon is one of the best sounding recordings ever. I know it's been a long time since it was recorded, but I would really love it if you could share any techniques that you used to make that album sound so amazing. Did you do anything out of the oridnary when tracking or mixing it? I'm also curious as to what albums (other than your own) that you consider to be sonic masterpieces.

Thanks again,
7th May 2010
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If I actually KNEW what I did specifically on DSOTM I'd apply it to everything - or maybe I do anyway without realizing it.

In terms of great recordings I usually go for simply "well captured" recordings a lot of which are classical.

Thanks for writing

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