dprokopy said:still maintaining the feel and balance of the original stereo version - a tricky balance that a lot of surround mixers should pay more attention to.
Lotsa fun. Also good for zeroing in on vocal technique.quadrofis said:It's fun that you can hear Billy really clearly when you push your ear right to the center speaker. You can hear him breathe!
Making whoopie in 5:1@: :banana: :banana:aquadad said:Hello,
Check this out. I walked into the kitchen the other night and the wife was cooking spaghetti. I thought to myself hmm, smells good. Didn't say a word to my wife, just passed through to the living room and cued up "Scenes From an Italian Restaurant". When I returned to the kitchen the wife was grinning from ear to ear with a bottle of wine in one hand and the wine opener in the other. She needed my help! What happened next was... That's all I can tell you.
Thanks Billy (for that you get a ten)
I'm sure it's just a different packaging. Paper...........or Plastic!buc18 said:I just picked up a used SACD copy of The Stranger (CS69384) that was released in 1998. Is this the same as the 2000 release? I haven't had time to listen to the whole disc yet, but it is multi channel.