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Friday, June 24, 2022

The Beatles - With The Beatles: Remixed [A Prof. Stoned Comp] *Update: 07-07*

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CD Quality (16bit/44.1kHz)
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pass: profstoned

45 comments:

  1. Thanks a lot for this remixed album. Really looking forward to hearing your great work.

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  2. Thank you . Nice work.

    dr blues

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  3. Can't wait to check this out! Thank you.

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  4. Love this blog... Thanks for another great release!!!

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  5. These just sound really great. Really enjoying the results. Thanks for the effort and innovation.

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  6. Prof., Once again you have given me fresh ears on an old favorite. Your workmanship is impeccable as always and you've provided yet another "go to version"....Cheers !

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  7. Thanks! Looks intriguing! A

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  8. This is just as great and marvellous as like the previous PPM remix, thank you!!!!

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  9. Fantastic!! Thank you very much.

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  10. Love your work, thanks!

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  11. Thanks for sharing!

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  12. This is really fantastic with clean sound and very cool stereo, prof. Thank you very much. :-)

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  13. Prof, you are one sexy Melon Farmer. Many thanks.

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  14. I thought my Beatles collection finished but glad to make room for a great addition like this.Great sound-Ty so much.

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  15. Looking forward to your mix of "A Hard Day's Night"

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  16. Why did you remix I Want To Hold Your Hand and This Boy if they're from 4-track?

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  17. Hey Prof. - Please fast forward to Rubber Soul and Revolver. Your talents will be best served on those albums.

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  18. Hey Prof!!! It's always a thrill to discover your newest post. I was hoping for this one. Thanks a million. Please keep re-mixing The Beatles. Your mix of PPM is a great listen. Looking forward to spending time with this one.
    Cheers!
    Bradford Goodman

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  19. Great listen - thanks a million! Looking forward to the day when the first early Rolling Stones stereo remixes appear here...!

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  20. Thanks professor! sounds great as well as please please me. Is there a lack of high frequency data when you extract instruments? Just wondering why your only offering these releases in 16/44.1. Also I was wondering if you would ever release some form of a tutorial on your vinyl transferring methods as I have many out-of-print records. You have always had the highest quality transfers as far back as I can remember!

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  21. The source material was 24/44.1 so it is what it is. There is no true hirez Beatles out there (from tape to digital).

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  22. I recently received the Buddy Holly & Hank Williams stereo extractions from Hit Parade. After listening to those I realized that the best extractions are only as good and the original recordings. BTW yours sound Fab!

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  23. These remixes you've created are by far the best I've heard.Amazing clarity.Thank you.

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  24. Thanks for the hard work! Looking forward to hearing this.

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  25. Another gem Prof. Many thanks. As a complete novice on these things myself, what criteria do you consider when starting these remixes ie that were not achieved in the originals ? Cheers.......

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  26. Thank you very much. But Money always has the same problem at the beginning?

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  27. Many thanks, Professor. Much appreciated.

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  28. Thanks for posting Professor.

    I offer the following comment, not as a criticism of the Prof's selection, but as a guide to those not knowing the differences between the stereo and mono presentations of this album.

    For me, The United Artists US mono will always be my favorite version. The mono single-tracked lead vocal on "Tell Me Why", "And I Love Her", and "If I Fell" is outstanding compared to the stereo double-tracked vocal for those songs. There's a haunting quality to Paul's single-tracked lead on "And I Love Her". Additionally, the mono chorus is double-tracked compared to the triple-tracked stereo choruses for those songs. Paul's voice gives out on the stereo version of "If I Fell" (2nd time he sings "was in vain"), whereas on the mono version his voice is clear. And lastly, the mono version of "I'll Cry Instead" is 15 seconds longer (extra chorus and verse) than the stereo version.

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  29. I've never really been able to listen to the stereo versions of this album, until now. This work has got me revisiting all of these great tunes. It may be sacrilege, but I think this surpasses the mono versions. Outstanding! hmalbrt from Thailand

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  30. Thank you for your work. Will enjoy it.

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  31. A little late as I was on holiday, but wow! Will need to think about this further, but this could well be the best presentation of this album. Very much overlooked, especially by me, so now I'll really need to revisit it. Incredible work!

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  32. Thanks so much - these Beatles remixes are amazingly good! Keep them coming!

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  33. Hey Prof!!! What is the update on 7/7/22 about? Did you do some adjustments or improvements to some of the tracks?
    Bradford James Goodman.

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    1. It's always in the info file next to the download links. In this instance: v1.0: 24-06-2022
      v1.1: 07-07-2022 (slight changes made to vocal balance on Tr. 01-02, all other files identical)
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  34. Wonderful separation of vocals - very well done!

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  35. "With The Beatles" was one of the first Beatles LP's I bought back in the early '70's and I couldn't believe how awful it sounded in stereo . I heard it again in stereo on the 2009 CD and it still sounded terrible , vocals stuffed on the right speaker and , as John Lennon said , they double-tracked themselves to death . I liked the mono remaster but cor blimey (as us brits say) your new remaster is the first listenable stereo version ever of this album ! Great work , look forward to hearing your other Beatles re-masters now .

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