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Old 08-25-2018, 03:26 PM
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Originally Posted by Doug Young View Post
That's also a good example of tweaking in the mix vs non-tweaking. Pete used an XY setup (vertical), so a pretty traditional sound. Pretty much a bit of reverb on an XY mic setup. Howard has reported here on his pitch adjustment technique, where he (or his engineer) raise the pitch of one side and lower it on the other - pretty drastic! I haven't been able to make that work without hearing artifacts, but it certainly produces an interesting sound.
Pete used some other mike setups according to email conversations with him a few years back. Howard did the pitch altering thing on his latest CD.
The CD sound of his I like the best was his 2004 "Crossing Crystal Lake". I did a small (like 2 cents worth) pitch alteration on only one recording that
I liked the results of.
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