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    Proper (fearless) punch in methods

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    Last edited by shedshrine; 12-01-2010 at 10:44.
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    bugger its already been pulled by the COMPANY! Do you have the mp3s?
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    Quote Originally Posted by shedshrine View Post
    Awesome! Those seemingly crude punch ins really are part of the magic of the recording.
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    Love that Helter Skelter bass. It sounds like it was just an unplugged bass dropped down tuning and miced.
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    I love listening to the songs broken up like this!
    especially the Beatles!
    Last edited by j.harv; 12-01-2010 at 18:56.
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    Amazing how these seemingly grungy sounding individual tracks come together to sound so awesome all together!

    Cheers!

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    "Gimme Shelter" is my favorite Stones song.

    I was able to make .wav files of all of the tracks except for the second guitar and piano track (third video from the top), because of the copyright issue. Was anybody able to capture this one?

    Thanks a lot,
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    Pretty neat! I enjoyed the vocal track. I noticed there was some delay on the vocal track then all of a sudden they added some hall reverb

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    Bummer...a "day late and a dollar short"...a bunch of the videos have been pulled again. Could only check out Keith Richard's lead track, and Watts' drum track.

    I love hearing stuff broken down like that. Tremendous education even though the data compression artifacts stink.

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