Daily Nightly - Monkees [private remaster? - subtle synth remix]
This was originally an experiment.
Legends said that "the Moog sections were significantly different between the stereo and mono mixes of the track." Is it possible to sync it? Maybe..
THE STORY BEHIND THIS (EXTRACTED FROM MY REPLY TO TMCP TV)
It started out as an experience when I realized that the Monkees also innovated a mysterious technique that I can't name it, using the same instrument in different sections as the Beatles did, as the example was "I'm Only Sleeping," which someone did a combination. I had to find the most high quality audio available and extracted to prepare for the mixing.
I panned the mono on the left and the edited stereo version (which almost has no vocal) on the right to give a stereo effect of a Moog. Noticing that the mono version and stereo version's speed weren't quite the same, I sync the stereo with the mono by manipulating the speed, as of making small changes.
As for the vocals that ended up being in the left, I phased out the audio of the vocals in the stereo to make the Moog more heard rather than vocals overlaying over it, thus it gives the role of the right channel.
Accompanying with the music video on FCPX, I later matched the audio speed with the TV version, which is actually mono later turned to duophonic stereo for the DVD release and replaced it with my mix.
LEFT: MONO MIX, RIGHT: FORMERLY STEREO MIX, NOW FOLDED DOWN MONO WITH REMOVED CENTER CHANNEL.
SOME PORTION OF DIFFERENT MOOG MIXES CAN BE HEARD ON: 0:52, 1:03, 1:13, 1:46.
Program used: Audacity.
PERCUSSION, GUITARS, AND BASS (CENTER)
SYNTHESIZER (CENTER, LEFT [MONO] | RIGHT [edited stereo] )
This was the old version of the "ALL-SYNTH" version of Daily Nightly. I am possibly: working on it along with the alternative mix, or still thinking about it.