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Old Dec 22, 2009, 07:52 PM   #1
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Default Love Me Do TRUE Stereo Mixes

I believe this is the first time in history this song has been mixed in stereo?

The Beatles - Love Me Do (Modern Stereo)

The Beatles - Love Me Do (Classic Stereo)

The first link is more modern panning, how I want it to sound. The second is more 60's mixing, like you would find on their earlier albums with hard-panned vocals and instrumentation. How I believe it would be mixed if they did attempt it.

EDIT: Just finished a stereo mix of She Loves You, and its none of that German instrumental on left crap or anything. PM me if you want it.

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