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Fezzle 2nd June 2012 11:22 AM

'A Night In Paris'
 
Al, you are truly great and I love listening to your skills, the music shines!

Last night I was driving home from work listening to 'under my skin' from 'A Night In Paris' by Diana Krall, that intro makes makes me well up. Im intrigued as to whether you use extra echoes/reverb on vocals when mixing a live recording like this, the sense of space and size surrounds you.

Many thanks from England,

Dave

p.s. Youre accent tops Al Pacinos cooge

Al Schmitt 8th June 2012 10:41 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Fezzle (Post 7938373)
Al, you are truly great and I love listening to your skills, the music shines!

Last night I was driving home from work listening to 'under my skin' from 'A Night In Paris' by Diana Krall, that intro makes makes me well up. Im intrigued as to whether you use extra echoes/reverb on vocals when mixing a live recording like this, the sense of space and size surrounds you.

Many thanks from England,

Dave

p.s. Youre accent tops Al Pacinos cooge


Thanks Dave. I do use reverb when mixing live albums. Maybe not as much as on a studio album, but it's there. AL