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Piano & Sia Furler
Old 7th May 2007
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Piano & Sia Furler

Hi Tchad.

Thanks for doing this!

I have just a quickie about Sia Furler's album and especially that Piano intro on "Breathe me". This album is incredible, your mixes are stellar on every song...

I really love the "close but distant" effect on the piano, but it's funny how that precieved distance varies depending on the speakers I listen to.

How did you do record/mix that piano?

Best regards,

Tom
Old 7th May 2007
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Hi Tchad.

Thanks for doing this!

I have just a quickie about Sia Furler's album and especially that Piano intro on "Breathe me". This album is incredible, your mixes are stellar on every song...

I really love the "close but distant" effect on the piano, but it's funny how that precieved distance varies depending on the speakers I listen to.

How did you do record/mix that piano?

Best regards,

Tom
Thank you,
I wish I could remember. It was probably recorded like that. I'll have to listen.
Old 21st May 2007
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Tchad,
anything you remember about the drums of Sia? Did you only mix or also record?
Love the drums on "Sunday". They sound unbelievably dry. Like you filtered out a lot of room sound, and yet they're not thin at all.
Is that only your 'classic' setup like you've mentioned before?
What effects do you use to get this kinda drums sounds? Short delay on snares?
And last, maybe a more delicate question: how often would your resort to replacing drums with samples?
Thanks. D.
Old 21st May 2007
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Tchad,
anything you remember about the drums of Sia? Did you only mix or also record?
Love the drums on "Sunday". They sound unbelievably dry. Like you filtered out a lot of room sound, and yet they're not thin at all.
Is that only your 'classic' setup like you've mentioned before?
What effects do you use to get this kinda drums sounds? Short delay on snares?
And last, maybe a more delicate question: how often would your resort to replacing drums with samples?
Thanks. D.
Just mixed. I don't remember exactly. I'll have to find yet another album to check.
I rarely use samples. Almost never.
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