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Sounds with 3D Stereo 20.10.2014

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Latest samples 3D Stereo Sound 11.09/2014

 

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Latest News 30.07.2014

 

The Checkmates representing St Lucia 1960

 

Produced and Directed by Emile Ford

 

 

1. Night Train

 

 

2.  Caravan

 

 

3.  On The Sunny Side Of The Street

 

 

4.  Autumn Leaves

 

 

5.  Can’t  Wait

 

 

6.  In The Mood

 

 

7.  Chattanooga Choo Choo

 

 

8.  Juicy

 

 

9.  Blue Moon

 

 

10. Ram Bunk Shush

 

 

11. Yep

 

 

12. Honky Tonk

 

 

 

 

26.07.2014

 

Emile Ford representing the Bahamas at The Sopot Festival, Poland 1972

 

You Can Feel It (Words and Music by Emile Ford)

 

 

 

 

Latest News 22.04.2014

 

Web-Fi Sound have created 3D Stereo Sound

 

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Web-Fi Sound is a restoration service for all CDs and beyond. We remove the acoustics, correct the sound and enrich the recording. It will then become compatible with all media formats.

 

 

 

 

The Legacy of Emile and George Ford

 

New release 2014

The Legacy of Emile and George Ford  (A Web-Fi Sound Production)

 

Available online only at  Amazon, iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, HMV etc

 

All the songs for the Blackpool Summer Season Show were recorded at the Norbreck Hydro and these are the songs

 

With The True Sound Of The Checkmates

Blackpool Summer Season Show 1960

Over and Over

Move Along

What Am I Gonna Do

A Kiss To Build A Dream On

What Do You Want To Make Those Eyes At Me For

White Christmas

Buona Sera

Mona Lisa

Red Sails In The Sunset

That Lucky Old Sun

On A Slow Boat To China

Still

Don’t Tell Me Your Troubles

Endlessly

To Know Know Know Her

Send For Me

I’ll Be Satisfied

Darling Tell Me Do You Love Me

Heavenly

So Many Ways

Counting Teardrops

Afraid

Paralysed

Sorry I Ran All The Way Home

You’ll Never Know What Your Missing

Wiggle Wiggle

Be My Guest

My Wish Came True

Lonely Weekends

 

 

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Michael Emile Telford Miller a.k.a. Emile Ford

 

Sound Scientist – Musician – Hitmaker – Synesthete

 

Creator of the backing track system for stage, which was used for the first time in Morecambe, Lancashire, UK in June 1960 for a midnight charity matinee.  This system later became known as the Karaoke.

 

First artist to use his own speaker system on stage

 

First artist to have stereo sound on stage in the UK using his own equipment

 

First artist to produce his own first recording of a hit single

 

First artist (with the Checkmates) to sell 1 million copies of a recording in Great Britain alone

 

Recipient of Great Britain’s first Gold Disc for sales in Great Britain alone.

 

Family Pictures and Grandfather's Orchestra 0011[1]

Born Michael Emile Telford Miller in Castries, St Lucia, the son of Frederick Edward Miller, a parliamentarian of distinction holding the Ministerial Portfolios of Health and Social Services from 1956 to 1961 (Barbados)  and Madge Murray, a Concert Soprano. He was educated at St Mary’s College, Castries, St Lucia.

Emile Ford comes from a privileged and musical family background from both his grandparents and parents.  His grandfather on his Mother’s side, L.M. Murray was founder of the St. Lucia Philharmonic Band.  This was the first orchestral band in St. Lucia for which he took the role of director and conductor between 1902-1904.   Emile’s mother, Madge Murray performed all over the West Indies. In 1954 Because of her love of music and the theatre Madge Murray organised the first musical talent show at Clark’s Theatre (Castries, St Lucia) to encourage the youth of St Lucia to participate in the arts.

 

Because of his mother’s endeavours Emile, who was always interested in sound, realised improvements were needed to make the stage productions sound better but there was no suitable equipment available in St Lucia. It was then that his mother moved the family to England.  Emile and his mother hoped to get the necessary recording equipment from the UK and return to St Lucia and set up a studio there.

 

1969 Emile was finally ready to go back to St Lucia to set up a studio there but unfortunately, he was unable to go ahead with this idea and so ended up setting up the studio in Barbados with the help of his father.

 

Emile was living in Sweden in the 1970’s was when his most intensive research into sound was carried out.  It was there that he developed the open-air playback system for stage – Liveoteque Sound which he used when performing.  This was then demonstrated all over the UK at theatres and all the top bingo halls where he fine tuned the sound and where he researched all the acoustics.

 

Emile Ford has been researching sound for as long as he can remember inspired by his music training for the piano and violin prompted by his mother and while listening to her conducting and arranging  the music for the operettas. 

THE GUINNESS BOOK OF RECORDS

The Guinness Book of Records 1960

“Biggest Sellers   Figures relating to the gramophone productions of the United Kingdom are unpublished, but only six records are known to have reached the million mark:– Oh My Papa (Edward Calvert) Cara Mia (David Whitfield) Charmaine (Mantovani Orchestra) Auf Wiedersehen, Sweetheart (Vera Lynn) Petite Fleur (Chris Barber orchestra) Living Doll (Cliff Richard) and What do you want to make those eyes at me for? (Emile Ford)”.

Gold Disc Presentation

 

Emile Ford’s entry into the Guinness Book of Records appeared in two editions: The eighth edition published November 1960 and the ninth edition published April 1961 .

Emile Ford was the first British artist to receive a gold disc for sales in the UK alone on behalf of the Checkmates.   At that time it was the fastest selling single to reach 1 million. What do you want to make those eyes at me for? entered the British Charts in October 1959 and remained at No.1 in the charts for six weeks.

 Patent No. 2148074

Frequency Feedback Injection System

 

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Web-Fi Sound is a post production service for all music genres. This scientific technique gives producers full control over acoustical problems and applies energetic life to their production.  The sound when applied enables perfect playback when online or when downloaded and is compatible with all speaker systems and Internet platforms.  It can be converted from download to any media format including mobile phones, car speaker systems, notebooks, CD players etc. The technique is applied onto an already mastered recording and the better the artist and his production the better the sound.   Web-Fi Sound correction enhancement is applied after mastering leaving the production untouched.

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