H.M. The King Bhumibol Adulyadej ‎– Sweet Words

AMI Records (2) ‎– 2007-12
CD, Album


The different background of the arrangers on SWEET WORDS produced a great variety in styles and offered HUCKY the opportunity to step out into new musical territories.

SWEET WORDS was recorded in the ancient monastery Saint Cyriak, deep in the heart of Germany's fabled Black Forest. The 1000 year old church is famous for its outstanding acoustical qualities, which enabled multi award-winning sound engineer Andreas Spreer of the audiophile label TACET to record the album at optimum sound levels.

Recorded at Monastery St. Cyriak, Sulzburg, Black Forest, Germany
Recorded during January 9-12, 2007
Recorded by Andreas Spreer of TACET, Stuttgart Germany
Microphones used: 2 NEUMANN U47 and 2 MICROTECH UM 92.1S
The NEUMANN U47 microphone was developed in 1947 and its legendary VF14 tube has become the most wanted and and most valuable tube despite being unavailable for many years. Even with very tiny audible noise levels, this highly sought after microphone captures everything with its truly unique and spectacular sound qualities.
Mixing Board: Studer 961
Recording: 24 Bit / 88.1 kHz recording (for CD reduced to 16 Bit /44,1 kHz)
Converter: RME

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