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The advantages of the One Microphone approach to recording are obvious ; phase coherence, perfect imaging, great sense of depth, superior realism.Another advantage is that it it forces the band being recorded to really play.There is nowhere to hide, no fixing it in the mix, so this is where it helps being a real band. Reinier Voet and Pigalle 44 are just that; a real band, road tested, with years of experience playing clubs and concert halls all over Europe.When recording with one microphone the mix is done before we start to record.We have to make the complete sound stage on the spot by carefully moving each instrument closer or further away as well as left and right in relationship to the microphone.Reinier Voet & Pigalle 44 immediately understood the situation, and their great live experience made getting the sound just right a breeze.Frans de Rond & Peter Bjørnild"I would say I have been as much influenced by Jim Hall and Wes Montgomery as Django Reinhardt but I started out listening to Django, he was my first love, he was the reason I picked up the guitar.My dad had some Django and other jazz records as well as some records with traditional Eastern European gypsy music, somehow that music spoke more to me than the pop music of the day that my friends were listening to.I taught myself at first but eventually did end up studying Jazz at the Royal Conservatory of the Netherlands and later I also accompanied gypsy jazz guitar masters like Fapy Lafertin and Jimmy Rosenberg.
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