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26th November 2011
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Piano 4 hands Ravel

hi
got it yesterday night (concert, conservatory hall)
young pianists play Ravel 4 hands
schoeps MK2H -> Forssell SMP2 -> Lavry blue 24/96-> logic
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Can we hear a sample? Seems promising...
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Perfect willi, A+
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Great recording! Ah, Ravel...!
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Very nice. Chapeau.
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Yes very nice.
I would prefer a more centered image (too much on the right)
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Yep, very nice recording, alive. What a genius Ravel was.
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I would prefer a more centered image (too much on the right)
Oop, yep. Now that I can hear it better, it is a tad lop sided. Nothing a plugin can't fix.
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Oop, yep. Now that I can hear it better, it is a tad lop sided. Nothing a plugin can't fix.
You are joking about the plugin, right?
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You are joking about the plugin, right?
No. Everyone knows that to fix the sound stage you need to use a parallel compression algorithm, and a high quality convolution reverb in conjunction with an MS processor and phase manipulation to do it properly.

Either that or you can just pan it.

I usually just pan it.
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Yep, very nice recording, alive. What a genius Ravel was.
+1 Very enjoyable! Thanks for sharing
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Thanks for the clip. Great music, performance and audio engineering!
Inspirational. Yes, maybe a slight pan to the left.
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This is really a nice piano sound...
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