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Friday, August 5, 2022

The Beatles - Beatles For Sale: Remixed [A Prof. Stoned Comp]













CD Quality (16bit/44.1kHz)
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27 comments:

  1. Fantastic!! Thanks so much.

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  2. thank you so much! it's always a good day when i go to this blog and find some new work. You're a total treasure

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  3. Thank You. Very impressed with B4S and the Love LPs

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  4. I'm loving this remix, thank you so much for it Prof. My two favourite things so far are the piano you really brought up in No Reply, and how the claps weave about the stereo image on Words Of Love. Amazing technology! I'm ever grateful for this magic you do.

    Of course you don't take requests, but have you considered doing the other 5 songs from Led Zeppelin II to complete a remix of the record? Or do you think the quality of the 2 different types of remixes would be too different to make it cohesive, or something else?

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  5. Thank you for another profstoned remix. You do excellent work.
    dr blues

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  6. TY for your work on 2 great albums.Already have some great copies of Beatles For Sale but this goes to the top of list.Vocals backed off just enough to let the instruments shine.Great balance-I thank you and Ringo thanks you.Nice to hear those drums on No Reply.

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  7. Wonderful! Thank you!

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  8. Super work as usual. Thank you Prof.

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  9. Just wow! This is such a perfect mix and mastering job. The balance and dynamics are fantastic. The drums finally in balance. Great job-thank you for this new experience!

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  10. Great work on this album prof.I hope you will continue to go through the remaining catalog.Thank you.

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  11. Prof, how did you get Eight Days a Week with a full-volume beginning like that?

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    1. Just some manual tweaking with enveloppe and gain in audition.

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    2. I nearly jumped out of my skin when I heard that beginning. Haha. Like you said, the purists can stay away. Actually, I think many purists would enjoy your work regardless, because it sounds so good.

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  12. Love this album and your mixes always bring out the best. Thank you.

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  13. Outstanding. Thank you very much.

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  14. Thanks a million Prof!!! I very much appreciate your work. Thanks for another terrific mix.
    B.G.

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  15. Umm, so true, not for the purist. I actually like the mono version best but, with that said, this sounds really well.

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    1. For me, and many others, this was the early Beatles album that sounded better in stereo than mono. The mono was a bit over-compressed and lifeless, but the stereo really shone, and wasn't too lopsided like some of the other early stereo mixes. That said, I think I may prefer The Prof's version.

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  16. Wow - what a joy - love the backbeat emphasis!

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  17. Didn't want to check it first but when I saw the comments that you've mixed Eight Days a Week intro to full volume, I'm sell
    Thanks for the great remix!

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    1. *I'm sold
      lol, as in 'Beatles for Sale'....

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