[ProAudio] Lossless audio on YouTube

Dan Lavry dan at lavryengineering.com
Mon Apr 26 12:15:52 PDT 2021

Hello Corey, When I say "I am old", I mean old enough to recall my father coming home with a stereo equipment made in Germany, which included a demo. Much of it was the sound of a train moving from the right to the left (or left to right), and of course the famous ping pong demonstration - left, right, left...The beatles came later...RegardsDan LavrySent from Samsung Galaxy smartphone.
-------- Original message --------From: Corey Bailey Audio Engineering via ProAudio <proaudio at bach.pgm.com>CoreyDate: 4/26/21  11:04 AM  (GMT-08:00) To: Louis Judson via ProAudio <proaudio at bach.pgm.com> Subject: Re: [ProAudio] Lossless audio on YouTube 
    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. ??
                  Lou Judson * Intuitive Audio
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            On Apr 25, 2021, at 8:47 AM, Louis Hone via
              ProAudio <proaudio at bach.pgm.com>
              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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