Planets (The Mastered)

Gabor Juhasz Trio

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Planets (The Mastered) is the same live event as Planets (The Original – Raw DXD Recording), same analogue recording chain, but recorded in a more commercial multichannel way. In this version, a simultaneous microphone feed was transferred to a Pro Tools system using the same analogue chain in a typical multi-track configuration with 192 kHz 24-bit sampling, then enhanced in post-production by mastering engineer István Matók.


My Reel Club recorded the world premiere of a unique album composed and performed by internationally renowned Hungarian jazz musicians. The Gábor Juhász Trio was founded in 2006. Gabor Juhasz is a Gramophone and Artisjus award-winning jazz guitarist, composer, was named Jazz Guitarist of the Year 2021, 2022, in Hungary. He is joined by Zoltán Kovács on double bass and György Jeszenszky on drums, featuring Julia Karosi and Tony Lakatos on the recording of the album Planets at Digital Pro recording studio.

The works on the Planets album, written by Gábor Juhász, were inspired by long stargazing evenings during the Pandemic. His compositions reflect the ethereal, mystical and distant world of the planets and, simultaneously, the lonely genius of Copernicus: humanity’s restless, constant striving for further discovery. Gábor Juhász said that playing his new compositions in the studio, knowing that the music would be available to a broader audience without any editing or post-production, was an exciting task with a high level of responsibility. This recording was also a unique experience for world-famous saxophonist Tony Lakatos, who also highlighted the talent of Júlia Karosi and the “fantastic musicians of the trio”. According to Tony, the enchanting female voice represents the Venusian character of the planets. The singer added that the studio recording was born from a collective experience, “breathing in, flowing, and embracing the sounds of the music was soul-touching”.

My Reel Club’s mission is to bring listeners closer to the art of music recordings and introduce worldwide audiences to the most sophisticated Central and Eastern European (primarily Hungarian) music. These unique audiophile recordings are made available by My Reel Club, whose purpose is to produce recordings that capture the true live experience.


Gábor Juhász Trio
Gábor Juhász – guitar
Zoltán Kovács – double bass
György Jeszenszky – drums

Julia Karosi – vocals
Tony Lakatos – saxophone

Tracklist

Please note that the below previews are loaded as 44.1 kHz / 16 bit.
1.
Copernicus in Tartu
07:12
2.
Galileo’s Tears
08:25
3.
Jupiter
06:36
4.
Mars
04:01
5.
Venus
08:03
6.
Saturn
05:52
7.
Pluto
07:52

Total time: 00:48:01

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MRC22012

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Balance & Mixing Engineer

Istvan Matok

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Post Digital Mixing & Mastering

Istvan Matok

Recording Engineers

Istvan Matok (Digital Pro Studio) Laszlo Papp (LuXor Audio) Tamas Perczel (high-speed tape)

Release DateFebruary 29, 2024

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