Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Steve Hoffman, Jan 28, 2002.
Super picts! I think I’m having a religious experience!
WAY COOL !
Steve, I can't remember if this has been asked or previously answered so I'll ask here: Are these new CCR remasters also going to be pressed as CD's or just as vinyl ?
Thanks Amigo !
Thanks for the pictures Steve.
Also good to have the acknoledge the original engineers too.
Thanks for the inside look. This board just gets better and better. my ownly question is when can I order these puppies?
I'm with Gary & Ed:
I really hope that Steve's efforts in remastering those cherrished Creedence tapes will extend beyond vinyl's Holy Grail for those of us who've been seduced by the darker side (i.e., CD, SACD and/or DVD-A)! I'd love to be able to trade-in those miserable Y2K jobbers from Fantasy that are called "remasters" because they're far from a euphoric ideal to my ears.
Aside from feeling a bit left out digitally-speaking, I really got a kick out of those photos!
Keep up the good work, Steve... and grab youself a nice imported ale! It looks like you've earned it!
Robert Cat Conrad
Yes I will buy them, too. You can't get better sound than when Steve handles the job!
Steve, is that you holding the stamper at RTI?
Never mind, Kemosabi. I just answered my own question...
If there's a "best" way to purchase these pressings, Steve let us know... beit Trumpet or direct. I think there's a lot of ppl here who wouldn't mind buying direct to help put good buying impressions on the project. Let us know!
Easiest to get these from Chad Kassem's Acoustic Sounds mail order house. His Analogue Productions is the company that is reissuing these Creedence titles.
I think the first one is scheduled for the end of Feb....
Thanks for the pics! Great to see some of what actually goes on in the remastering studio. I love those tapes boxes - maybe you could include a photo insert with each release!
Steve, this is cool stuff!!
My offer is still open, if you need anybody to carry tapes or anything!!
Mark... I'd be careful what you wish for... Did you see that "Death By Creedence" image Steve posted?
Ahhhh..........but what a way to go.
Are those the same guys in Salina, Kansas who do the Revival Series? I picked up a copy of Otis Spann's "Good Morning Mr. Blues" when I was in Kansas last fall. Have you mastered anything else for them? They make nice records.
Yeah you're right......I just got a little over zealous!
But think of the stories you could tell in audio heaven!
Yes, that's them. Acoustic Sounds/Analogue Productions.
I haven't done too much for them, but I did work on the Miles Davis Box, CD version for them and one or two other things in the past.
Did you have anything to do with this last batch of ojc releases or was that just Kevin Gray?
I believe the last batch of OJC's were done at Fantasy. In fact, all OJC's are done at Fantasy, aren't they?
I was actually referring to the new batch of Analouge Productions OJC reissues.
Great pics, Steve.
Glad you liked them, Bradley!
It took me long enough to figure out how to load them....
But at least you did it and that's what counts. I will never forget the wonderful communication I'm having with you online every time I come on this site, just like for example your e-mailed reply to my post on the old board about the Glenn Miller CD I recommended and you agreed that it is a good one and I know that based on your mastering philosophies, that if you were to issue a 24 karat gold hits comp CD of Glenn Miller, it would sound sort of like the "Unforgettable Glenn Miller" CD I recommended. I like reading others opinions while realizing the one opinion that matters is ones own for themselves.
Thanks, Bradley. Your opinions matter to me and are always welcome here!
Hey Steve, how did you post those pix??? Got my new scanner gizmo and put a plea onto the other discussions/topics arena. Too many hobbies, not enough time to study them all...
Your matter to me as well but I was saying for the majority of the time if one asks for the best sounding version something that people have their own tastes.
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