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Peter Reardon inteview & demo of his Shadow Hills mastering compressor
Old 9th October 2006
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Peter Reardon inteview & demo of his Shadow Hills mastering compressor

Download the interview here
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Shadow Hills podcast.m4a (2.42 MB, 4459 views)

Old 9th October 2006
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Nice job again! Really enjoying your podcasts; good AES-vibe.

That compressor must be huge btw! Anyone took some pictures?
Old 11th October 2006
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Good stuff Jules

Just wanted to point out that in iTunes this file is actually labeled Bob Clearmountain. I was a little confused as to why I had two Clearmountain files until I actually listened to them.
Old 11th October 2006
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That compressor must be huge btw! Anyone took some pictures?
https://www.gearslutz.com/board/showt...t=88980&page=2
Old 11th October 2006
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Shadow Hills Industries Mastering Compressor

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Nice job again! Really enjoying your podcasts; good AES-vibe.

That compressor must be huge btw! Anyone took some pictures?






Old 12th October 2006
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uh....is that yours, transfig? I'm waiting......and waiting.......
Old 12th October 2006
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Thanks guys! Looking good...
Old 12th October 2006
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Good stuff Jules

Just wanted to point out that in iTunes this file is actually labeled Bob Clearmountain. I was a little confused as to why I had two Clearmountain files until I actually listened to them.
Ahh thanks - I was being lazy and using the same garageband session for all the podcasts .. I guess nameing the exported files differently aint enough to distinguish them..
Old 12th October 2006
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uh....is that yours, transfig? I'm waiting......and waiting.......
Nope thats minethumbsup
Old 12th October 2006
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Download the interview here
Dig my contribution: "Love it" and "it's genius"heh

Such deep informative commentary
Old 13th October 2006
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Old 13th October 2006
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Jules, you're American originally? I think you have a hybrid accent!
Old 13th October 2006
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Shakespear
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Abraham Lincoln
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Ok Dokey then heh
Old 13th October 2006
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Jules, you're American originally? I think you have a hybrid accent!
Yep - it's been said many time - I have a 'transatlantic' accent..
Old 14th October 2006
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I think Peter mentioned that the compressor keys off of the left channel in stereo/link mode. Don't you want both channels keying off of a LR sum?
Old 14th October 2006
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Both channels "key" the compression in stereo (as you would expect). However, when in stereo, both sides of the compressor are controlled by the left front panel knobs. For example, when in stereo, turning up the discrete makeup gain on the left side turns up the discrete makeup gain for both sides. Same for all controls except the meter select.

Ian
Old 14th October 2006
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Now that makes sense. I think he said something like - in stereo, it's controlled by the left side. I took that to mean left channel, not left set of controls. Thanks!
Old 21st February 2008
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is this the same Peter Reardon that engineered "My Mind's Playin Tricks On Me" by The Geto Boys?
Old 23rd February 2008
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Yes
Old 27th February 2008
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seriously?
Old 28th February 2008
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What program can you use to open this file? I'm trying to find one. I have PC/windows XP.
Old 17th April 2008
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is this the same Peter Reardon that engineered "My Mind's Playin Tricks On Me" by The Geto Boys?
really?!
ah classic
Old 18th April 2008
  #23
Is Reardon Podcast still available?

Hi, I just noticed this thread and was wondering if the podcast was still available. It seems like it is a dead-link. Thanks.
Old 10th May 2008
  #24
Yes all podcast interviews working again.
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