Author Topic: WHY DO THESE SEBENES SOUND DIFFERENT  (Read 235 times)

shamala on: January 24, 2020, 19:32

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PORTE-PAROLE NON OFFICIEL DE JB MPIANA ET WENGE BCBG.

archos #1 on: January 24, 2020, 20:33

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some studios have a typical sound like ndiaye,and other studios,until recently when other studios changed their sound a bit
you did not need to listen to 2 minutes of the songs to know this is ndiaye sound then it happens that in ndiaye there is generiques not sounding like the typical ndiaye sound because another sound engineer is brought in for example bcbg records in general in ndiaye are rarely as agressive as the rest,or the engineers of ndiaye can adapt to another sound for example robinio's coupe decale-like songs and co or koffi's
and vice versa now for studio sound,wazekwa did fimbu original sounding like studio ndiaye work,without going to record in ndiaye,unlike his other works in the same studio having a different sound

shamala #2 on: January 24, 2020, 20:44

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some studios have a typical sound like ndiaye,and other studios,until recently when other studios changed their sound a bit
you did not need to listen to 2 minutes of the songs to know this is ndiaye sound then it happens that in ndiaye there is generiques not sounding like the typical ndiaye sound because another sound engineer is brought in for example bcbg records in general in ndiaye are rarely as agressive as the rest,or the engineers of ndiaye can adapt to another sound for example robinio's coupe decale-like songs and co or koffi's
and vice versa now for studio sound,wazekwa did fimbu original sounding like studio ndiaye work,without going to record in ndiaye,unlike his other works in the same studio having a different sound

Mixing?
The rhythm guitar is quite audible compared to the originals if am not wrong. The instruments here are audible.
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archos #3 on: January 24, 2020, 20:47

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Oh i get you yeah i think it can be a mixing issue

Congolitude #4 on: January 24, 2020, 21:17

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some studios have a typical sound like ndiaye,and other studios,until recently when other studios changed their sound a bit
you did not need to listen to 2 minutes of the songs to know this is ndiaye sound then it happens that in ndiaye there is generiques not sounding like the typical ndiaye sound because another sound engineer is brought in for example bcbg records in general in ndiaye are rarely as agressive as the rest,or the engineers of ndiaye can adapt to another sound for example robinio's coupe decale-like songs and co or koffi's
and vice versa now for studio sound,wazekwa did fimbu original sounding like studio ndiaye work,without going to record in ndiaye,unlike his other works in the same studio having a different sound

Bro apart studio Ndiaye, what are the good studios of Kin that can produce a good sound ? Compared to 80s, 90s, Kin's musician dont record anymore in Brazzaville like in the past

Matebu #5 on: January 24, 2020, 21:31

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some studios have a typical sound like ndiaye,and other studios,until recently when other studios changed their sound a bit
you did not need to listen to 2 minutes of the songs to know this is ndiaye sound then it happens that in ndiaye there is generiques not sounding like the typical ndiaye sound because another sound engineer is brought in for example bcbg records in general in ndiaye are rarely as agressive as the rest,or the engineers of ndiaye can adapt to another sound for example robinio's coupe decale-like songs and co or koffi's
and vice versa now for studio sound,wazekwa did fimbu original sounding like studio ndiaye work,without going to record in ndiaye,unlike his other works in the same studio having a different sound

Bro apart studio Ndiaye, what are the good studios of Kin that can produce a good sound ? Compared to 80s, 90s, Kin's musician dont record anymore in Brazzaville like in the past

Studio M'eko is still pretty strong (Lofombo still runs it).... Wazekwa's, Fally's, and Koffi's proprietary studios have very modern equipment and were used for their recent albums. There's a new studio that escapes me - Reddy Amisi used that studio for one of his recent rhumba (I believe his tribute to Wemba RIP) and I think Kabose for one of his generiques

Pabloone71 #6 on: January 24, 2020, 21:46

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So sad that the IAD studio is closed his doors :-\ :'(

Mfumu Vata #7 on: January 24, 2020, 21:49

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Don't forget Palm Beach, alot of albums were recorded there. For example the unreleased This Is Me of King Kester Emeneya and Commandent de Bord of Djino. They recently opened a knew one, but I don't know the name of it. Souzy Kaseya mentioned it in his interview he made with Papy Mboma two years ago.

archos #8 on: January 24, 2020, 22:21

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there is studio sabaab which is quite decent,the studio of blaise ne nsamu PSPH,studio of former prime minister,palm beach,there will by 2021 when the work might finish a studio wazekwa is building for young artists with a low price of session to help them and the new one which i also do not know the name which is used a lot by gospel artists