Woodstock (Re-)Generation

Reesman, Bryan
July 2009
Mix;Jul2009, Vol. 33 Issue 7, p56
Entertainment Review
The article focuses on how the re-released film "Woodstock," was recorded with new surround sound mixes and bonus features as part of its 40th anniversary collector's edition. It notes that the special package was assembled for two years by audio mixer Eddie Kramer with vault master Bill Rush. Kramer states that breaking out the instrumentals of the live footage is the most crucial part of sound mixing. Moreover, it adds that Rush and Kramer focused on the technical issues of the re-record.


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