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Posted: Feb. 18 2013, 08:24

Mike says:

Hello everyone.
I've just finished the Taurus 2 mix in 5.1 and sent it off to London. Very pleased with it and I had forgotten what a powerful complex piece this was. Morris Pert's drumming is amazing and of course Paddy Molony's pipes. Just getting organised on Protools for Family Man.
Love Mike
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Posted: Feb. 18 2013, 08:36

How on earth is it possible to forget that????  :)
Anyway - sounds great!
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Posted: Feb. 19 2013, 10:59

Good news, hoping all the work can be crammed in before the Rock album.
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Posted: Feb. 19 2013, 14:48

Lets hope he removes that drip sound from Family Man.
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Posted: Feb. 20 2013, 11:29

Quote (Legend @ Feb. 18 2013, 13:36)
How on earth is it possible to forget that????  :)
Anyway - sounds great!

I was wondering that too! How strange!! :O

Still, good news anyway.


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Posted: Feb. 20 2013, 12:12

I guess Mike doesn't listen to his old album's as often as we all do ;)

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Posted: Feb. 27 2013, 10:19

Quote (Milamber @ Feb. 19 2013, 14:48)
Lets hope he removes that drip sound from Family Man.

That's the best bit!  

Just goes to show... one man (or woman)'s meat is indeed another's poison...
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Posted: Feb. 28 2013, 19:29

It may sound better pinging around the room in 5.1.

But surely the Guitar solo is the best bit.
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Posted: Mar. 01 2013, 03:33

Hell no, the best bit in Family Man is the "nasty" guitar riff in the last verse! :-D But I think that will sound pretty much the same in 5.1 though...

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Posted: Mar. 01 2013, 08:52

Quote (larstangmark @ Mar. 01 2013, 19:33)
Hell no.

And my bark is much worse than my bite   :laugh:
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Posted: Mar. 04 2013, 19:32

One of the best pieces of music I've ever listened to. Gorgeously happy and unforgettably bright.

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Posted: Mar. 10 2013, 19:23

Taurus II OMG. I used to stick it on and unleash the rock god stances playing semi-air guitar on my tennis racket. It's been over 30 years and I'm still not tired of it. Can't wait to hear the new mix!
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