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Friday, July 15, 2022

The Pink Floyd - The Piper at the Gates of Dawn: Remixed [A Prof. Stoned Comp]
















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69 comments:

  1. Oh I can't wait to hear this one. Thanks in advance kind sir!

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  2. Wow! As with many who follow you I have bought several versions. Really looking forward to giving this favorite a listen tonight! Thank you!

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  3. Can't wait to hear this. Your mixes always end up being my go-to versions and as this album is an old favorite, I am sure this will be no exception.

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  4. Awesome! Thanks PS!!

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  5. Thank you very kindly. I bought this record when it first came out, but never liked it and sold it in a moving sale. It will be interesting to hear what you have done with it. I really like your touch and am looking forward to hearing it again after over 50 years.

    dr blues

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  6. Much obliged, Prof S - I'm really looking forward to hearing this one.

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  7. Many thanks, prof. I am looking forward to spending many hours with your remix of an old favourite.

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  8. Prof, I thought tackling The Beatles was going to be the apex of your projects but it seems that your just warming up. Sir, you are incredible.

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  9. listening now,excellent job.your comments were spot on,especially the improvement with drums.TY

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  10. Buenas noches!! Cómo puedo bajarlo o escucharlo ?? Muchas Gracias saludos

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  11. I've just been re-listening to early Floyd, so thanks so much for this. Can't wait to hear what you've done with it!

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  12. Far out Prof! I'm going to love this one. Thanks for your work and sharing with fans

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  13. Thanks for doing this wonderful record.

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  14. oh yes this is right up my street, many thanks for tackling this seminal record

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  15. Thanks Prof looking forward to this. FYI pretty sure there is a stereo Apples & Oranges & Paintbox think I have them from an official release

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    1. This is remixed from that. PS

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  16. yay! thanks for this! Antonyj

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  17. Thanks for this - your mixes are always stellar!

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  18. Thanks Prof! Much appreciated!

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  19. "HTTP error, access denied"

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  20. A HUGE THANK YOU!!!!
    This is absolutely Magnificent! Finally its possible to hear the Stereo Mix with the dynamic of the Mono Mix!
    I LOVE this album and its one of my top 3 of all time.
    THANK YOU so very much!

    Ben

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  21. Whats the actual source for this? Is it the original vinyl?
    Thanks

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    1. Read info file

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    2. Thanks. Its such a pity you have used digital sources rather than analogue as this does significantly change the sound quality. But needs must. Great work. Thanks

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    3. You are of course entitled to your opinion, but as a high-end dealer/collector of 2nd vinyl who sold many copies of this title, I strongly disagree. The original UK pressings of this album do not sound as good as the sources used here, not even on the best equipment. Furthermore, it's analog that demonstrably colors the sound, not the other way around. Digital is exact, for better or worse.

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    4. Geez, another vinyl vs digital nonsense talk. What's this remix really needs is rolled off high end and surface noise.

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  22. Great stuff Prof, especially impressed with you managing to retrieve the drums from Apples and Oranges. Any plans to do anything similar with Vegetable Man and Scream Thy Last Scream?

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    1. Nope sorry, but I did remaster the 2010 remixes of those. See elsewhere here.

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  23. Arguably the best rock album of 1967 which is another way of saying best rock album of all-time. Can't wait to listen to this!

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  24. Thank you for your effort and sharing. Great Job. Your ears are really perfect. I appreciate the person who love music like you. You are the sun...

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  25. After a late-night listening session over headphones, my excitement increased even more.....!!!
    Apples & Oranges: it sounds so different....so right....the drums and the bass carry the song now, and are not buried in the mix like on the original mono.
    I've always liked the song, and I still like MoR lp mix....but your remix is ​​the first time I heard the song and literally felt what Waters was saying, the song had potential but poor production.
    THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU!
    Ben

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  26. Thanks for another brilliant effort Prof! Eternally grateful for all your posts.
    Bradford Goodman

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  27. Fabulous. About to settle into a heat blasted Sunday afternoon with a ice cold beer. Going to enjoy this I'm sure/

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  28. Superb - HIGHLY recommended!

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  29. Thank you, Professor!!

    I’ll say it once, respectfully and hopefully: Are You Experienced stereo remix, pretty please with a cherry on top, whenever it may fit in your workflow. :prayer hands:

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  30. many Thanks PS

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  31. I'm so excited to hear this! One of my favorite albums of all time. Thank you Prof.!

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  32. Danke Professor!

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  33. I am not an expert on the various sources and sound quality of this release. I have a few I have acquired or listened to over the years. This sounds tremendous. I think different is better in this case, but it's all IMO. Thanks so much for this and sharing all of your work through the years. I am glad you are still "at it"!

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  34. I'll have to check it out. I personally think the mono mix as of this writing was the best version.

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  35. Piper now feels complete. I don't think it can sound any better after your treatment. Thank you very much!

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  36. Many thanks! I'll be listening to this a lot over the summer.

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  37. Cheers Prof. Really looking forward to this one.

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  38. Sounds great, cheers!

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  39. Thanks for your hard work Prof, sounds wonderful.

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  40. Thank you so much for this. Such a pleasure to listen to!
    Folks at Y! are very happy with your work as well:
    http://yeeshkul.com/forum/showthread.php?49936-Piper-at-the-Gates-of-Dawn-Mono-Stereo-hybrid-remix
    :)

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  41. Many thanks! Bought this when it came out in UK (mono) - and several times since. Will be very interesting to hear this version.

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  42. Prof: Just when my mind/ears were almost recovered from the last post, here you are again! :) Thank you kind Sir!

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  43. Absolutely fantastic! Thank you, Prof Stoned.

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  44. I just can't wait to hear this. Thank you, Professor.

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  45. Grreat thanksss

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  46. Outstanding. Simply outstanding. Once again you blow my mind.

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  47. Wonderful! Thank you!

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  48. Your stereo remixes of See Emily Play and Candy & A Currant Bun are a revelation. It's impossible to thank you enough!!

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  49. Awesome! Thanks PS!!!

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  50. What a great. In particular, See emily play and Apples & Oranges were excellent sounds. Thanks!

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