Dear Mr Leckie,
the Kula Shaker album you produced remains one of my favourite albums, and has also served as a reference for mixing and mastering time and again. still does.
One of the things i like the most about this album is your use of delay on vocals, guitars, and generally, all over the place. do you recall which delay units you used, or if there was tape delay (the vocal delay on Hey Dude sounds like tape to me), and if you used one general delay on the mix or several discrete delay units?
The other thing i've always loved on this album is the drum and bass guitar sound. do you remember the mic set-up and console you recorded on, and maybe the compressor you used for the kit?
Did you get the band to play live for keepers or did you go for drum tracks and overdubbed the rest?
Thank you kindly, and best wishes,
Tom Ripphahn analoghaus :: studio label verlag - home