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ELP Concert(s) - ATMOS (maybe no remix needed)

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"Their theatrics included Emerson playing a piano as it spun, suspended, end-over-end; Palmer playing on a rotating drum platform;
and a Hammond organ thrown around the stage to create feedback".


I was wondering if multichannel master recordings of these type of ELP concerts exist, it seems like
a natural for an ATMOS release (maybe audio only, maybe audio/video).


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"Their theatrics included Emerson playing a piano as it spun, suspended, end-over-end; Palmer playing on a rotating drum platform;
and a Hammond organ thrown around the stage to create feedback".

I was wondering if multichannel master recordings of these type of ELP concerts exist, it seems like
a natural for an ATMOS release (maybe audio only, maybe audio/video).


Kirk Bayne
Interesting concept. I think you would need microphones spread all over the venue to capture the movement of the piano/organ...!
 
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