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    Quote Originally Posted by kasi View Post
    Thank you for interview and the translation. But for some reason it makes me a little unconfortable because this guy seems to get all the gredits and Michael seems to have little contribution on his own album .I don't know why MJ would always have people writte some songs for him. He was perfectly capable of writting his own stuff. I mean the best Michael Jackson songs are the one he wrote.Anyway..
    What you need to understand is that songwriters and artists have been working together since the inception of popular music, it's just something that's generally accepted. We all know that Michael was capable of writing his own material, but that doesn't mean he couldn't collaborate with other songwriters and producers as well. As a musician, I can tell you that having an extra set of ears working on a project with you can be a very positive thing.

    Michael was working with some of the greatest songwriters in history as a child. He understood the importance of great songwriting and was humble enough to continue working with songwriters throughout his career while also writing his own music.

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    Default Re: French interview of Dr Freeze about the next MJ album

    Hi,

    I'm one of the guys involved in this interview. Don't worry, we first provided the interview to our community but we're going to share the original version soon. This was very difficult to translate to French, and therefore I think that for some parts it's better to read the original version.

    See you soon

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    I loved the interview! :wild: Thanks for posting!






    Quote Originally Posted by Dovido View Post
    Hi,

    I'm one of the guys involved in this interview. Don't worry, we first provided the interview to our community but we're going to share the original version soon. This was very difficult to translate to French, and therefore I think that for some parts it's better to read the original version.

    See you soon
    Hmmmmmmmm :shifty:
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    After the Michael album, I'm done.

    I want Michael here to approve his own music, not someone other than him.

    Can any one of us here approve or complete Shakespeare's writings? Picasso's painting? The Beatles' music? No, not if they're here to let us.

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    Default Re: French interview of Dr Freeze about the next MJ album

    3rd and last part
    Interview exclusive: Dr. Freeze se livre : "Rencontrer Michael, c'était comme rencontrer le capitaine Kirk !"
    Voici la suite de l'interview exclusive d' Elliott Straite plus connu sous le nom de Dr. Freeze, producteur de "Break Of Dawn" (Invincible), "A Place With No Name" ou encore "Blue Gangsta".

    Dr Freeze a travaillé en studio avec Michael Jackson et livre dans une interview exclusive des infos très intéressantes rien que pour vous. Entrez ainsi plus profondément dans le secret des enregistrements du Roi de la Pop en découvrant cette interview en trois partie. Troisième partie aujourd'hui intitulée: Dr. Freeze se livre : "Rencontrer Michael, c'était comme rencontrer le capitaine Kirk !"

    Quagmire : Avez vous parlé avec John McClain des chansons que vous avez enregistrées avec Michael et de ce qu'il comptait en faire?

    Dr. Freeze : Non. C'est difficile de rentrer directement en contact avec John McClain, il est très occupé. Le sujet n’a pas encore été abordé.

    Q : Comment savez vous si "A place With No Name" et "Blue Gangsta" seront sur le prochain album?

    F : Ça, je le sais. C’est confirmé.

    Q : Super, on est impatients d'entendre ça! Avez-vous l'intention de retoucher la chanson "Blue Gangsta", de la rafraîchir?

    F : A vrai dire, c'est déjà fait pour "Blue Gangsta". Je l'ai déjà « rafraichie », la chanson est finalisée, prête à sortir. Elle sera complètement différente de la version qui a filtré sur le net. Elle est parfaitement calibrée pour passer en boîte de nuit. Elle a un son très européen, dans le style des productions de Kraftwerk.

    Q : Allez vous garder la base de la chanson? [Quagmire lui chantonne un extrait]

    F : Absolument, tout est pareil, mais ça sonne plus actuel.

    Q : Vous avez accéléré le rythme?

    F : Non, non. Tout est exactement pareil.

    Q : [perplexe] Très bien. Donc pour résumer, vous avez juste ajouté quelques sons supplémentaires et apporté quelques retouches pour la "rafraîchir"?

    F : C'est exactement ça. Pour faire une analogie, c'est un peu comme si vous aviez tourné un film et que vous le ressortiez ensuite en 3D.

    Q : Filmiez-vous vos sessions d'enregistrement?

    F : Non, aucune caméra n'était autorisée. Vous savez, il n'aimait pas être pris en photo et être filmé en studio. Par conséquent, c'était interdit.

    Q : Plus tôt dans l'interview, vous nous avez dit qu'il programmait des beats et jouait du clavier devant vous. Vous pouvez nous en dire plus?

    F : Parfois, il créait tout naturellement des chansons, et quand il me les faisait entendre, j'étais abasourdi. Pour l'essentiel, il s'agissait juste d'idées lancées çà et là, en fonction de l'émotion dans laquelle il se trouvait. On était en processus créatif et il adorait cela. Du soir au matin, il créait des sons, des mélodies, des harmonies. C'était une sacrée expérience à vivre pour moi. J'ai beaucoup appris à ses côtés.

    Q : Dans quels studios enregistriez-vous à cette époque?

    F : On enregistrait dans plusieurs studios. Parfois à New York, parfois en Californie. Nous avons passé beaucoup de temps au ranch. En fait, le choix du studio dépendait surtout de l'endroit où il se trouvait géographiquement parlant. Nous sommes passés par le Hit Factory à New York, et de mémoire à "Record one" à Los Angeles. Nous avons aussi utilisé le studio de John McClain et on a enregistré à Neverland.

    Q : Y a-t-il des prises enregistrées à Neverland qui ont été utilisées dans le mixage final d'une des chansons?

    F : En ce qui concerne mes enregistrements, tout provient de grands studios. Mais il a enregistré des chansons avec d'autres producteurs à Neverland. Malheureusement, je suis incapable de vous dire quelles chansons exactement. Ah si, je me souviens d'une chanson qui est présente sur son dernier disque. Elle s'appelle "Hollywood" je crois, et je me souviens qu'il avait travaillé dessus à Neverland.

    Q : Donc il travaillait sur d'autres projets quand vous étiez là?

    F : Oui, il travaillait sur d'autres chansons. Il me demandait parfois mon opinion. Il m'arrivait alors parfois de collaborer un peu avec lui. Mais bon, je n'étais pas le seul. Il y avait quelques autres producteurs avec lui qui faisaient de même.

    Q : Quand vous avez fini les sessions avec lui, saviez-vous que c'en était fini ou vous attendiez-vous à ce qu'il vous rappelle pour travailler sur d'autres chansons?

    F : Dès lors qu'on a commencé à enregistrer ensemble, j'ai su que je m’y consacrerais totalement. Je ne voulais travailler avec personne d'autre que Michael. Je lui avais promis de ne jamais travailler avec qui que ce soit d'autre. C'était un travail à plein temps : j'ai travaillé avec lui pendant des années. J’étais en studio avec lui peu de temps avant son décès.

    Q : Vous étiez en studio avec lui juste avant sa mort?

    F : En fait, nous en discutions beaucoup et nous étions sur le point de rentrer en studio. Pour être précis, je me souviens être allé le voir dans sa résidence à Vegas, et il y avait un studio là. C’était juste avant qu’il nous quitte.

    Q : Vous avez enregistré quelque chose?

    F : Non, on n'a rien enregistré, on a juste échangé des idées. On était sur le point de démarrer les sessions d'enregistrement : on était prêts et on préparait le matériel pour le studio. Je lui ai proposé quelques nouvelles chansons que j'avais écrites spécialement pour lui. Il les aimait beaucoup, il voulait les enregistrer, mais il est décédé.

    Q : Vous a-t-il parlé de son futur album? Vous avait-il dit à quel moment il souhaitait le sortir?

    F : Non, on n'a jamais abordé ce sujet.

    Q : Revenons à "Blue Gangsta", avez-vous eu l'idée de l'accordéon et des sifflements à la Ennio Morricone?

    F : Oui. J'ai eu l'idée des sifflements, ça vient du film "Le bon la brute et le truand" [il siffle la mélodie au téléphone]. Comme je l'ai dit, je voulais faire un nouveau "Smooth Criminal". C'était notre objectif : "le nouveau Smooth criminal".

    Q : Est ce que vous vous souvenez de votre impression lors de votre première rencontre? Était-il comme vous l'imaginiez? Étiez-vous surpris ou déçu par le personnage?

    F : Je savais déjà que Michael était la plus humble des personnes que vous pouviez rencontrer. C’était mon meilleur ami, la plus belle rencontre de ma vie. C'est un peu comme une rencontre avec le Capitaine Kirk : franchement, qui ne veut pas rencontrer le Capitaine Kirk? Ce personnage de fiction était cool, amical et c'était un chic type. Et bien Michael était un peu comme ça. Comme vous pouvez l'imaginer, je suis un vrai fan de Star Trek, et c'est pour ça que je parle du capitaine Kirk... Rencontrer Michael, c'était un peu comme si je rencontrais le capitaine Kirk, c'était tout bonnement incroyable. Aujourd'hui, il n'existe plus de stars avec la même aura. J'étais vraiment stupéfait quand je l'ai rencontré et mes parents sont très fiers de moi : non seulement, j'ai réussi à travailler avec le roi de la pop, mais ça ne s'est pas limité à une simple relation professionnelle. Je suis devenu son ami, son meilleur ami. Je l'aime à mourir, aujourd'hui encore. On était comme des frères, très proches, donc voilà, pour résumer, ma rencontre avec Michael, c'était comme si j'étais devenu ami avec le capitaine Kirk!

    Q : Michael est universellement reconnu comme le plus grand des artistes. Vous l'avez rencontré et vous êtes devenu l'un de ses amis. Avez-vous des anecdotes sur lui qu'on ne connaîtrait pas?

    F : Il était incroyable, un génie. C'était un ange, c'est d'ailleurs pour ça qu'il s'appelait Michael. Ouais, c'était vraiment un ange.

    Q : Avait-il des demandes de matériels spécifiques pour les enregistrements, comme par exemple des microphones ou des instruments précis ? Avait-il des exigences particulières ?

    F : Non, il s'en fichait tant que ça sonnait bien. Il aurait pu chanter quelque chose dans son portable et l'enregistrer comme ça, ça ne le gênait pas tant que c'était une bonne mélodie ou un tube en puissance.

    Q : Vous rappelez-vous du microphone utilisé pour "Break Of Dawn"?

    F : Non. On a été dans tellement de studios... C'est une question que vous devriez poser aux ingénieurs du son : ils avaient chacun leur propre équipement et je ne me rappelle pas précisément ce qu'ils avaient.

    Q : Quels ingénieurs ont participé à vos sessions d'enregistrements?

    F : De mémoire, il y avait Michael Prince, Brad Buxer et Mike Dean. Il y avait aussi Bruce Swedien, bien sûr. Je n'ai pas travaillé directement avec lui mais je le connais très bien, il est très cool. Un autre génie.

    Q : A-t-il finalisé certaines de vos chansons, ou finalisiez-vous tout tout seul, mixage inclus?

    F : Il y a des ingénieurs qui ont retravaillé certaines chansons. Je ne sais pas qui a réalisé les derniers mixages. Il faudrait que je demande à John McClain... Je ne sais pas qui a travaillé sur ces chansons avec Michael, je n'étais pas physiquement présent.

    Q : Quelle est la chose qui vous a le plus impressionné chez Michael, artistiquement parlant?

    F : Michael aimait ses fans, il aimait sa musique et il adorait faire de la musique pour ses fans. Il aimait donner de l'amour et de la joie de vivre aux gens. C'était sa mission. Il était très dévoué et loyal. C'était une chose qu'il voulait faire, ou qu'il se devait de faire. Il aimait les gens du plus profond de son âme. Et quand il faisait cette musique, il la faisait pour nous.

    Q : Quel est votre album préféré de Michael?

    F : Je les aime tous. Avec Michael Jackson, il est impossible d'avoir une chanson ou un album favori. Cependant, quand j'étais gamin, ma chanson préférée était "Rock With You". Je la trouvais vraiment incroyable... Ouais, c'était définitivement une de mes préférées.

    Q : Vous souvenez-vous de votre dernière discussion avec Michael?

    F : On était tout simplement sur le point d'enregistrer le nouvel album et quand il a entendu mes chansons il m'a dit de me dépêcher de les sortir le plus vite possible à l'étranger. Il aimait mes nouvelles productions. Ce fut notre dernière discussion. Il m'a dit "je t'aime" et voilà, c'était fini.

    Q : Que vouliez-vous dire exactement par "à l'étranger" tout à l'heure?

    F : La musique que je fais en ce moment sortira à l'étranger. Je suis les instructions de Michael à la lettre. Il m'a dit de prendre cet album que je réalise en ce moment même et de le vendre à l'étranger, et c'est ce que je fais. Vous savez, il s'y connaissait vraiment bien en affaires, donc je suis ses conseils. Donc, voilà, c'est une info que je vous révèle en exclusivité: mon album arrive prochainement!

    Q : Quand sortira-t-il?

    F : On envisage la sortie du single au printemps 2011. Ça s'appelle "We Are The Robots".

    Q : C'est super ! Merci pour votre générosité et pour tout le temps que vous nous avez accordé. Tous nos vœux de réussite pour vos projets à venir.

    F : Merci.

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    Default Re: French interview of Dr Freeze about the next MJ album

    thank you to Quagmire, Bud, Dovido and Tristan from the forum MJFrance for this interview

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    Default Re: French interview of Dr Freeze about the next MJ album

    Wow! This interview certainly got me excited about the new album!

    Thanks very much for posting and the translates (could someone translate the last part too..? )
    "'Til the day we meet again; in my heart is where I'll keep you, friend."

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    I believe Break of Dawn is his sexiest song. I wish he had written it but I'm content because he sang it with so much feeling. It is also broadly acknowledged that, along with some songs in the Invincible album, it was dedicated to Lisa Marie as it was recorded during the period when they were trying to get back together.

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    Default Re: French interview of Dr Freeze about the next MJ album

    Google translation:

    Exclusive Interview: Dr. Freeze to the book: "Meet Michael was like meeting with Captain Kirk!"
    Here is the result of the exclusive interview of Elliott Straits best known under the name of Dr. Freeze, producer of "Break Of Dawn" (Invincible), "A Place With No Name" or "Blue Gangsta".

    Dr. Freeze has worked in the studio with Michael Jackson and book in an exclusive interview very interesting news just for you. And enter more deeply into the secret recordings of the King of Pop when he discovered this three-part interview. Third party today titled: Dr. Freeze to the book: "Meet Michael was like meeting with Captain Kirk!"

    Quagmire: Have you talked with John McClain of songs that you recorded with Michael and what he intended to do?

    Dr. Freeze: No. It's hard to go directly into contact with John McClain, he is very busy. The subject has not yet been addressed.

    Q: How do you know if "A Place With No Name" and "Blue Gangsta" will be on the next album?

    F: That I know. It's confirmed.

    Q: Great, we look forward to that! Do you intend to edit the song "Blue Gangsta", the refresh?

    F: Actually, it already has for "Blue Gangsta". I have "refreshed", the song is completed, ready to go. It will be completely different from the version leaked on the net. It is perfectly calibrated to enter a nightclub. It sounds very European in style productions of Kraftwerk.

    Q: Will you keep the base of the song? [Quagmire he sings an excerpt]

    F: Absolutely, everything is the same, but it sounds more modern.

    Q: You've accelerated the pace?

    F: No, no. Everything is exactly the same.

    Q: [confused] Okay. So to summarize, you've just added a few extra sounds and made some alterations to the "cool"?

    F: Exactly. To make an analogy, it's like if you had shot a movie and then you take it out in 3D.

    Q: Do you Shoot your recording sessions?

    F: No, no cameras were allowed. You know, he disliked being photographed and being filmed in the studio. Therefore, it was forbidden.

    Q: Earlier in the interview, you said he was programming beats and played the keyboard in front of you. You can tell us more?

    F: Sometimes, it naturally created songs, and when he did hear me, I was stunned. Essentially, it was just ideas thrown here and there, depending on the emotion in which he stood. It was in the creative process and he loved it. From dusk till dawn, he created sounds, melodies, harmonies. It was quite an experience to live for me. I learned a lot from him.

    Q: In what studios save you this time?

    F: We recorded in several studios. Sometimes in New York, sometimes in California. We spent much time at the ranch. In fact, the choice depended mainly on the studio where it was geographically. We went through the Hit Factory in New York, and memory "Record One" in Los Angeles. We also used the studio of John McClain and was recorded at Neverland.

    Q: Are there any catches recorded at Neverland, which were used in the final mix of a song?

    F: For my records, all from major studios. But he has recorded songs with other producers to Neverland. Unfortunately, I can not tell you exactly what songs. Ah yes, I remember a song that is present on his latest album. It's called "Hollywood" I believe, and I remember he had worked on at Neverland.

    Q: So he worked on other projects when you were there?

    F: Yes, he was working on other songs. He sometimes asked me my opinion. Sometimes I work so sometimes a bit with him. But hey, I was not alone. There were some other producers who were with him as well.

    Q: When you have finished the sessions with him, did you know that were finished or did you expect that he'll get back to work on other songs?

    F: Since we started recording together, I knew that I would dedicate myself totally. I only wanted to work with anyone other than Michael. I had promised never to work with anyone else. It was a full time job: I worked with him for years. I was in the studio with him shortly before his death.

    Q: You were in the studio with him just before his death?

    F: Actually, we talked a lot and we were about to enter the studio. To be precise, I remember going to see him at his residence in Vegas, and there was a studio there. It was just before he leaves.

    Q: You recorded something?

    F: No, nothing was recorded, we just brainstormed. We were about to start recording sessions: one was ready and we prepared the equipment for the studio. I offered a few new songs I had written especially for him. He loved them very much, he wanted to save them, but he died.

    Q: You had he talked about his upcoming album? You had said when he wanted it out?

    F: No, we never discussed this issue.

    Q: Back to "Blue Gangsta", did you get the idea of the accordion and whistles at the Ennio Morricone?

    F: Yes. I had the idea of ringing, it comes from the movie "The Good the Bad and the Ugly" [he whistles the melody the phone]. As I said, I wanted to make a new "Smooth Criminal". It was our objective: "the new Smooth Criminal."

    Q: Do you remember your impression when you first met? Was it as you imagined? Were you surprised or disappointed by the character?

    F: I knew that Michael was the most humble people you could meet. He was my best friend, the most beautiful meeting of my life. It's like a meeting with Captain Kirk frankly, who does not meet Captain Kirk? This fictional character was cool, friendly and it was a nice guy. And although Michael was a bit like that. As you can imagine, I am a true fan of Star Trek, and that's why I speak of Captain Kirk ... Meet Michael, was a bit like if I met Captain Kirk, it was just unbelievable. Today, there are more stars with the same aura. I was really amazed when I met him and my parents are very proud of me: not only have I managed to work with the King of Pop, but it was not limited to a mere professional relationship. I became his friend, his best friend. I love him to death, even today. We were like brothers, very close, so yeah, to summarize, my meeting with Michael, it was as if I had become friendly with Captain Kirk!

    Q: Michael is universally recognized as the greatest artists. You met him and you became one of his friends. Do you have any anecdotes about him we would not know?

    F: It was incredible, a genius. She was an angel, is also why his name was Michael. Yeah, it was truly an angel.

    Q: Did he have specific hardware demands for records, such as microphones or instruments accurate? Were there any special requirements?

    F: No, he did not care as it sounded good. He could sing something in his notebook and save it like that, it did not bother him as it was a good melody or a tube power.

    Q: Do you remember the microphone used for "Break Of Dawn"?

    F: No. We were in so many studios ... It's a question you should ask for sound engineers: they each had their own equipment and I do not remember exactly what they had.

    Q: What engineers have participated in your recording sessions?

    F: From memory, there was Prince Michael, Brad and Mike Dean Buxer. There was also Bruce Swedien, of course. I have not worked directly with him but I know him very well, it's very cool. Another genius.

    Q: Has he completed some of your songs, or you finalize everything alone, mix included?

    F: There are engineers who have reworked some songs. I do not know who made the final mixes. I would have asked John McClain ... I do not know who worked on these songs with Michael, I was not physically present.

    Q: What is the thing you most impressed with Michael, artistically speaking?

    F: Michael loved his fans, he loved his music and he loved making music for his fans. He liked to give love and joy to people. It was his mission. He was very dedicated and loyal. It was something he wanted to do, or that he had to do. He loved people from the depths of his soul. And when he made this music, he did for us.

    Q: What is your favorite album by Michael?

    F: I love them all. With Michael Jackson, it is impossible to have a favorite song or album. However, when I was a kid, my favorite song was "Rock With You". I found it really amazing ... Yeah, it was definitely one of my favorites.

    Q: Do you remember your last discussion with Michael?

    F: We were just about to record the new album and when he heard my songs, he told me to send them out as quickly as possible abroad. He liked my new productions. This was our last discussion. He said "I love you" and voila, it was over.

    Q: What did you mean by "abroad" just now?

    F: The music I'm currently out abroad. I'm Michael's instructions to the letter. He told me to take this album I realized right now and selling it abroad, and that's what I do. You know, he really knew something about business, so I follow his advice. So, here is an info that I reveal exclusive: my album coming soon!

    Q: When will he?

    F: We consider the single release in spring 2011. It's called "We Are The Robots".

    Q: That's great! Thank you for your generosity and for as long as you have given us. All our good wishes for your future projects.

    F: Thank you.

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    Q: Do you Shoot your recording sessions?

    F: No, no cameras were allowed. You know, he disliked being photographed and being filmed in the studio. Therefore, it was forbidden.
    This got me confused. I thought Michael especially wanted to be filmed during recording so he could watch himself afterwards? :blink:

    I offered a few new songs I had written especially for him. He loved them very much, he wanted to save them, but he died.
    Ok, I don't know what's wrong with me but this almost had me laughing. It's probably just the poor translation, but something about that sentence is just too comic.
    "'Til the day we meet again; in my heart is where I'll keep you, friend."

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    thank you for posting...and for translating. ...............hmmm....I guess we will have to wait and see what happens.
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    Default Re: French interview of Dr Freeze about the next MJ album

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    This got me confused. I thought Michael especially wanted to be filmed during recording so he could watch himself afterwards? :blink:
    During rehearsals for performances he like to film his work to see how it looked.
    But he did not like to film working on songs in the recording studio.
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    Default Re: French interview of Dr Freeze about the next MJ album

    Thank you very much !


    So when was , "We Are The Robots" recorded ?

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    Thank you very much !


    So when was , "We Are The Robots" recorded ?
    "We Are The Robots" is Freeze's own album-- not anything to do with Michael. That's what I've gathered from the translation anyway.

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    Default Re: French interview of Dr Freeze about the next MJ album

    I don't trust him at all. He's already lying about the credits of Break Of Dawn.

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