[ProAudio] Lossless audio on YouTube

Corey Bailey Audio Engineering proaudio at baileyzone.net
Mon Apr 26 11:03:35 PDT 2021

Although I don't know the technical history of Abbey Road Studios, it 
may have been impossible to position individual channels due to lack of 
panners. Hence, the hard left & right assignments. I remember thinking 
at the time: "They can't do that!."

Just speculation.

To quote Dan Lavry: "I am old",


Corey Bailey Audio Engineering

On 4/26/2021 10:33 AM, Louis Judson via ProAudio wrote:
> Grey cells indeed! Made me get it out and listen again.
> For my taste the 2017 remix is the best of all. I’ll need to go back 
> and check Recording the Beatles to see who did the after hours stereo 
> mix in 67,,, As I recall it wasn’t George Martin. ??
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>> On Apr 25, 2021, at 8:47 AM, Louis Hone via ProAudio 
>> <proaudio at bach.pgm.com <mailto:proaudio at bach.pgm.com>> wrote:
>> In the opening number, Paul is on one side but the chorus is on the 
>> other and then slowly pans to the middle and Paul takes over on the 
>> other side.
>> In 1967 most stereo albums had set the format with vocals + bass center.
>> I think one of the reasons this album is so fabulous is that they 
>> more or less said "there are no rules or recipes - anything goes."
>> They used the panorama very creatively. You don't get much of that 
>> anymore.
>> I don't care for the mono remix from the Mono Box Set. For my taste, 
>> it's over compressed and harsh.
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