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Author Topic: How do you get an SM58 to sound like this? NEW Simply Red Concert Vid  (Read 4776 times)

Luke Geis

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Re: How do you get an SM58 to sound like this? NEW Simply Red Concert Vid
« Reply #50 on: January 11, 2019, 09:17:32 pm »

There are recording tools that are essentially auto faders and I would will a bet adaptive EQ ( not much further from Multiband dynamics ) that can really make it seem like a re-recording. There is also some really really good noise reduction software out there now that is only just short of miracle status. The iZotope stuff is really scary good in the right hands.
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Re: How do you get an SM58 to sound like this? NEW Simply Red Concert Vid
« Reply #51 on: January 24, 2019, 02:17:15 pm »

As Mick pulls off the mic (over 30cm) you don't hear any bleed.  Nothing.  No additional orchestra, no "ambiance".

That's not a matter of plugins, that's a replacement.  This is identical to the Peter Gabriel replacement.  When Mick gets back on top of the mic there is no change in tonality, zero, zip, nada.  While a certain amount of that can be corrected with dynamic EQ, it cannot be eliminated 100%.

Again, I'm not disparaging Mick's talent, quite to the contrary.  I'm only saying that what you hear is not what was recorded in situ.
Very low stage volume, very low house volume and some clever use of ambience/crowd mics to mask the bleed when he pulls te mic to far away.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mR4picpDIVE
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Re: How do you get an SM58 to sound like this? NEW Simply Red Concert Vid
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