Maybe one day they'll see their way to finally release some of the QUAD CONCERTS, this one from 94 is likely one of the last years they played live in quad.
So very disapointed I was with the Immersion live sets -Excellent live material, but--
"Pink Floyd: a Midas XL3 Quad Console,
as commissioned by BRP for the 'Division Bell' tour in 1994, maintained in full working condition, and used occasionally since Pink Floyd's last live touring show on October 29, 1994 at Earls Court in London"
Ovation Records advertisement on their new "Sector 4 " QS releases as it appeared in Sansui's 4 ch Scene .
This is from their April 77 issue .
Although Ovation Records still believed in the Quad recodings , most other labels were burying the format entirely .
The consensus in the quad recording industry was souring big time for anything that was quad labelled hence the Sector 4 indications.
I kept this little article "letter to the Editor" fr High Fidelity mag mainly because I totally agree with the writer's enquiry. They (Columbia Records ) utilized some different takes/tracks from the multi's to mix the quad LP .
And to an extent the change was somewhat inferior. I know the original album did not contain the (scream)during the guitar solo in Singing Winds And Crying Beasts/Black Magic Women and the first song has different guitar solo.
The writer unfortunately does not get his question addressed.
Additionally it's unique to note that "Odyssey Recording " not only had Quad mix facilities, but also had the capabilities to QUAD ENCODE discrete masters for matrix quad LPS (and possibly cd's)..:upthumb