jeffm725 wrote:waldo041 wrote:i actually think this is the problem, no healy!!! the furthur soundman makes a better recording then he does actually ensuring each seat gets a quality even sound. i think all these complaints about bob fall more in line with the soundman rather then bob. i was at fridays show and the closer you got to the stage the better the sound was, the farther away you got the less you could hear, vocals were muddy, phil. bob, jeff and jk instruments all were subpar volumewise at a distance. listen to the sbd of the show, and everything is just right.
on topic though, imo, bobbys new strat sounded better then the LP.
I dont know this for sure, but an educated guess would be that they are obviously take a separate mix for the CD, it is not an old school early 80's style recording straight off the board feed. They have a recording sub mix. Thus those after show recordings are not an accurate representation of what is being mixed in the room.
Chuckles wrote: They white-noise/optimize - or whatever it is called - each building just like Dan always did before each and every show. According to the daily schedule posted in the Green Room, soundchecks run from 3-4:30 each and every show to get it right for that night's room - an hour an a half soundcheck!
tigerstrat wrote:Even Dan couldn't compensate for people talking during the music! Especially during Space, soft "ballads", or the improv section of anything, all of which I had paid $ and traveled hundreds of miles to hear.
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