Ken, I enjoyed your review, I would give your review a 10, thanks.Hi Mr & Ms QQ,
In summary, as I have stated, I love the material, it sounds sonically clean to me, and I think the mix is discrete and interesting. I give it a 10!
Hey Guys & Gals,Who made the mix? In the Gdansk box set the sound mixer credits are frequently named for other pieces of music, but only the producer credits are listed for the surround mix, and these are identical to the credits on the stereo version. A quick web search gave me the answer:
"this one was done by Andy Jackson... I had to work with someone who's here in England." So the answer is Gilmour himself and Andy Jackson.
More info on Andy Jackson:
"Andy Jackson is a Grammy-nominated recording engineer whose association with Pink Floyd goes back to the very early 1980s. He engineered Pink Floyd’s A Momentary Lapse of Reason, The Division Bell and co-engineered The Final Cut with James Guthrie. He was also their concert sound engineer on the band’s 1994 Division Bell tour. In addition he has been closely involved with band members’ solo projects including engineering Roger Waters’ first full length solo album The Pros and Cons of Hitchhiking and multiple projects with Pink Floyd guitarist David Gilmour, including engineering his 1984 solo album About Face and the On an Island album from 2006."
Probably two reasons.Agree! I would also love a Blu Ray version of "Live in Gdansk." Why just dvd?
David Gilmour's Live in Gdansk was filmed in 2006 so I'm certain high definition cameras were employed to film the event as most TV broadcasts were in 2K at the time.Probably two reasons.
The native picture quality of the Gdansk concert might not stand up to Blu-Ray quality standards.
Plus, unlike the "Remember That Night" release, the DVDs were not the main event and were bonus supplements to the two CDs. They probably did not want to manufacture too many different formats for the Gdansk release having just released "Remember That Night" on both DVD & Blu-Ray, especially since Blu-Ray was still comparatively new at the time.
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