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Old 27th June 2009
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Originally Posted by filthyrich View Post
Use the craperizer.
His desire to make the tracks sound like they were recorded with one mic in a crowd at a barn dance is disappointing to me actually. IMO, craperized is the right word.

Right now, the mix is punchy and bold sounding. Now he wants me to make it thin, crunchy and papery. It's his record and he's paying for it, but I want to find a more "modern" approach to getting results we both can live with.

I like the sound of the Detroit Cobras (Hey Sailor) , but I think that's
recorded hot to tape.

YouTube - Detroit Cobras - Hey sailor