What are you on about, mate? Each of those albums has only received one surround mix, and in both cases, the mixer was Elliot Scheiner. In Absentia's stereo mix was also not by Steven Wilson, but rather Tim Palmer and Mark O'Donoughue (Deadwing's stereo was mixed by Wilson).I have both mixes of In Absentia, and while I like both, I prefer Wilson's overall. I never tracked down Scheiner's mix of Deadwing, contenting myself just with Wilson's. Maybe I should seek it out. It would be really cool to hear the full, two-disc release of Signify in 5.1 ... oh well, I guess we can't have everything.
Congratulations SW! You have a very lovely family. Welcome to our world of the "honey-do" list.
I was actually thinking the opposite! Now that he's married, he won't have as much time to "work"Maybe now that Steven is “settling down” he’ll want to spend more time at home... which would be the perfect opportunity to remix some more classic albums into surround!
It's not a rumor; it's confirmed. And I don't see that happening. It will most likely follow the exact same format as last year's In Absentia deluxe.I’m hoping that since Steven finds Atmos to be so much fun, that the rumored deluxe edition of Deadwing will have a SW 5.1 mix and Atmos mix.