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  1. I just thought I would post a topic where everyone can post their reviews once they had time to watch or listen to whatever media they chose and we would have them in one place I picked up the blu-ray and the 3cd set today at lunch. Listened to a bit of the first cd Initial impressions: I think it is way too loud. I kept feeling like I should turn it down I don't like the mix at all. Seems brickwalled. Lacks separation and clarity Neil is buried yet again (not as bad as TM) cymbal hits seems to disappear and tom rolls get lost. Good example: big money. I just don't understand how recording arguably the greatest and most influential rock drummer in history all of a sudden became a difficult job Neil seems distant sounding and some of his playing gets lost in the mix IMO Geddy's singing is fine and Alex and Geddy sound great and their playing is at the forefront I thought I heard slight phasing from left to right channels which I found odd I also thought there were parts on some tracks where the music got louder and then softer as far as volume I think they playing is tip top The song selection is great. Just something about listening to it bothered me. Sounds like a really good bootleg to me. Maybe I need more time I'll have to wait for judgement on the blu-ray I just don't know why it is so hard to make a great sounding live album anymore (Different Stages, R30) beautiful clarity and separation
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