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Questions on Re-mastered recordings vs. recent recordings
« on: March 04, 2010, 01:36:48 AM »

Questions on Re-mastered recordings vs. recent recordings

How does the sound quality on the re-mastered "Let It Be" compare to "Let It Be...Naked"? How does the sound quality of the re-mastered "Yellow Submarine" compare to the 1998 re-release of "Yellow Submarine"? How is the sound quality of all the songs that appear on "One" compare to their re-mastered counterparts? On the song "Let It Be", I have noticed that on the original version of LIB that George's guitar solo stands out. Whereas, on another version the guitar solo seems like drowned out or toned down. Why is that in the difference?
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Re: Questions on Re-mastered recordings vs. recent recordings
« Reply #1 on: March 04, 2010, 12:31:20 PM »

As far as I'm aware, there are three different officially released versions of Let It Be - the single mix, the LP mix and the Let It Be ... Naked mix.
Maybe you have compared one version to another?
If that's not the case I don't know why the guitar solos would sound different.

I really like the LIB..Naked and YS Songtrack remixed albums.
I wish all the albums had been remixed for last year's boxset and not just remastered.
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