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    Quote Originally Posted by SydMorrison67 View Post
    I found this video at the beginning of the year:

    https://youtu.be/stDQ_wMOue8

    After listening to it, I decided to do a new mix of See Emily Play vocals with the Stockholm live audio and accompany it with a video edit for my channel (finished but not uploaded yet)
    I'm waiting to upload it on the date of the concert... probably

    here is the audio (along with other alternative test mixes)

    https://drive.google.com/drive/folde...pB?usp=sharing

    hope you like them (my personal favorite is the number 2)

    I think that the mix can be better, tell me what do you think

    I will try to make a mix for the rest of the songs without vocals
    Thiese are great, and you're right... #2 is the best of the lot.

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    "One Side Of The Moon" (see previous page about this RoIo recording pressed on Silent Sea records)

    here is a quick try with the trial version (I had to struggle a little bit because of the 7 minutes limitations) : https://we.tl/t-fTn0E8nL06

    - Us & Them - jazzy double-sax overdubbed : vocals boosted to 7db : this is a very nice jazzy arrangement with a double-sax overdub layers; the vocals were way too distant/low on the original "Silent Sea records" source.

    - Money - complete take : (I need to listen to it with headphones to check if there are some major audio artefacts) : vocal boosted (they were way too distant on the original "Silent Sea records" source)
    I really like the ending- with David Gilmour's "doulouloulou doudoudou" during the end, and he's even humming and yelling - like he used to do in live or in studio - during the main lead guitar solos.
    I have tried 7+db (because perhaps 10+db vocal boosted (also included is perhaps too loud)

    sorry for my weak audio skills. That was just a quick attempt with the internet demo to check and hear if this was worth trying because the Silent Sea records has the vocals way too low.
    Last edited by abronsius; 2021-07-29 at 06:03 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chazarrelli View Post
    Now we're talking! Great job!
    Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by creamcheese View Post
    Thank you!
    Awesome indeed! this performance sounds so much better with vocals on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SydMorrison67 View Post
    I found this video at the beginning of the year:

    https://youtu.be/stDQ_wMOue8

    After listening to it, I decided to do a new mix of See Emily Play vocals with the Stockholm live audio and accompany it with a video edit for my channel (finished but not uploaded yet)
    I'm waiting to upload it on the date of the concert... probably

    here is the audio (along with other alternative test mixes)

    https://drive.google.com/drive/folde...pB?usp=sharing

    hope you like them (my personal favorite is the number 2)

    I think that the mix can be better, tell me what do you think

    I will try to make a mix for the rest of the songs without vocals
    Excellent! I also like number 2. Following this thread with great interest. These experiments are a dream come true for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by creamcheese View Post
    This could be a really nice project indeed.
    I'm rather sure I will get hands on it one day.
    Which vocals would be best to be used?
    I think for Stockholm there isn't too many choices.
    What about the vocals for STC?
    The Ummagumma vocals for both Stockholm and vpro?
    Which scream in CWTAE?
    Suggestions would be welcome.
    I would suggest the following for sound quality and likely ease of use:
    Scream Thy Last Scream: BBC 1967 or one of the Studio Mixes if the BBC version does not extract well
    STC Stockholm: use vocals from Rome '68 Broadcast since they have the closest feel, I think
    STC Amsterdam: use Careful with These Tracks, or Ummagumma
    CWTAE: Careful with These Tracks or Ummagumma (Essen 1969 is is possibility as well?)
    ASOS: Careful with these Tracks
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    Great stuff, saving these for a blast tonight!!!!!

    Many thanks!

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    Just another thought, somehow sync Syds vocal with The Starclub version?

    Thanks.

    AH, whom I kidding, any Syd would be fannytastic.

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    Anybody do any more of these "overdubs" versions? I thought they were great, thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by creamcheese View Post
    I did an attempt of my own on Mathilda Mother from Stockholm 67.
    It's a little bit of a 'quick and dirty' thing, so there is room at the top.
    I extracted the vocals from the original stereo mix, but I didn't do it on that karaoke site.
    I used professional software instead, so it is lossless.
    The best algorithm for extracting the vocals seems still to be found or a different source might be used (mono mix?).
    Anyway, I did it with Reaper, doing some sync work, EQing the vocal track to make it sound worse than it came out of separation.
    The charming thing about these old live recordings is that the vocals sound rather bad in most cases, although the overall some quality might be vcery nice (Proof: have a listen to Man/Journey from Amsterdam).
    I used that as a template, and so I purposely made them a bit lo-fi and buried in the mix to make them sound more authentic.

    Here's the link:

    https://wetransfer.com/downloads/53f...8215632/7e372b

    The link is valid until 2021-08-04.

    Opinions would be welcome...

    Looks like this expired was it a lossless version? If so can this be re uploaded?

    Definitely a really worthwhile project to put clean vocals on the only good audio recording of Syd's floyd live

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