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azdandan

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I just saw Tool live in Glendale a couple months ago. It was a discrete surround mix, at least four channels, probably more. I was sitting near the back in the middle and couldn’t ask for a better location to hear the channel separation. I would love that concert, with exactly that audio mix, on a Blu-ray.

Proper 5.1 remixes of AEnima and 10,000 Days overseen by the band would be sweet too.
 

4-earredwonder

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Criminally absent from the Surround Universe are the Bee Gees. AFAIK, none of their magnificent albums have ever been remixed for surround. Am currently listening to the 2CD/DVD~V DD 5.1 of THE ULTIMATE BEE GEES [Reprise Records] and although the CDs do sound magnifico in STEREO, the excellent live performance on the DVD in DD 5.1 has not got a whiff of discreteness.
 
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boondocks

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Oh I've thought about this so much over the years.
But now, after listening to Nosound's Sol29, I would really love to hear it in surround. Giancarlo, Are you guys listening???
 

NSXFTW

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Some great suggestions that I will not repeat.

May I add for your consideration . . . the phenomenal catalog of Prefab Sprout!
 

Sal1950

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What's yours? (Forget reality)
BTW, I happen to have forgotten reality many years ago.
You see, I came home from Vietnam and got out of the Army in 1970.
Then one night shortly after I went to this party and it lasted for over 40 years. o_O
But a good time was had by all. :D
 

boondocks

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BTW, I happen to have forgotten reality many years ago.
You see, I came home from Vietnam and got out of the Army in 1970.
Then one night shortly after I went to this party and it lasted for over 40 years. o_O
But a good time was had by all. :D
Well brother you came back ahead of me but I hear ya. What was that Country Joe and the Fish song about a bird?
 

cbmmm3

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And now for something completely different....how about Acoustic Alchemy Natural Elements album ? Great production, great stuff. Food for thought
 
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