Beatles Tokyo 1966 - New Stereo Mix

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Re: Beatles Tokyo 1966 - New Stereo Mix

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Thanks for another great job Doc
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Kev, could you tell us which songs are from June 30th and which are from July 1st shows, please? :ugeek:
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OOF that's a rough performance.

The drums separated really well.

I thought the guitars could be a little louder. I wonder if you time shifted the guitar track a split second it would sorta create a soundstage. It's not a true stereo recording so there is no soundstage. Separation is not spacial-ality.

I would also apply a little harmonic/overtone restoration to increase perceived fidelity. My DAW has an MP3 restore tool that does that.
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In this version all I have done is to split into individual tracks.

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Tex wrote: Tue Jul 09, 2024 11:54 am OOF that's a rough performance.

The drums separated really well.

I thought the guitars could be a little louder. I wonder if you time shifted the guitar track a split second it would sorta create a soundstage. It's not a true stereo recording so there is no soundstage. Separation is not spacial-ality.

I would also apply a little harmonic/overtone restoration to increase perceived fidelity. My DAW has an MP3 restore tool that does that.
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Sounds pretty good to me. Imagine what Peter Jackson could do with this. Thanks for posting!
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Thank you so much!
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AWESOME stuff - Thank you for sharing the split tracks .....
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re up please
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Alessandro Rocchi wrote: Tue Jul 09, 2024 6:51 am Kev, could you tell us which songs are from June 30th and which are from July 1st shows, please? :ugeek:
The mono TV performance soundtrack I used was, I believe, a selection of songs from each performance. Sorry, I don't know which songs came from which of these Tokyo shows.

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