Well...to be blunt - Not bad by my standards.
A few weeks back Mike Marvin emailed & called me regarding
"sound" considering my years in radio and, working on the
"25 years Non Stop" & "Looking For The Sunshine" TV ad
run we did with the Heyls..(Nick & Jane).
I gave Mike my input on a "voice doubler" that's been used in
some of my radio stations and, that I have in my home studio.
He emailed me a bit later to let me know they were going to order
it. Don't know if they did BUT, it's nice to see they miked the
instruments. If you don't know what a "doubler" does, it's the tech
version of Voyle Gilmore - stacked layers of vocals. A good sound
man, knowing the act, where the "chorus" vocals hit, simply
hits a button... and stacked vocals, just like Voyle did in the
Actually, it's pretty neat. From a professional standpoint, if the
guys wish to create the "one mic" visual and get the "sound" out
of it, they all need to "WORK THE MIC" better. Sing "nose to nose"
if you get my drift. What was it.."LEAN IN TO IT" Josh is better at
this technique than Mike & Tim. Must have watched some old films
of dad. BTW - it's uncanny in those posted vids, how much Josh
(from a profile) looks like Nick. WOW!
Again, Rick...congrats a taking on such a huge "labor of love".
Interesting earlier post from "FRED" the retired attorney. About 10
days ago I received an email from Bobbi Shane regarding my
stopping by for lunch when I'm in Phoenix. If I read between the
lines correctly, Bob is still Bob, but sleeps a lot and has some
problems with communication. So, if I do drop in for lunch, it will
be quick, and leave an old friend with a hug and love.
Anyone planning on that Bob Shane "Tribute" camp?
: You've got to be kidding
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: Here they are, I think they do sound better
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