Tea41 Posted December 14, 2007 Share Posted December 14, 2007 I am enjoying the clips of the Zeppelin O2 reunion like everyone else, but there are constant feedback bursts thoughout the whole show, worst on GTBT, but recurring frequently even as late as STH (I'm assuming it was coming from the vocal mike). I know there is tons of technology to studio-ize a gig for DVD, but I'm not so sure they can get rid of all the feedback without re-touching up Plant's vocals, which is a can of worms they may not want to get into. Do you guys think this will present of a problem for a potential DVD release? I'm thinking that this may be a problem, especially since they know it will sell huge. I'm a bit worried that the feedback may have ruined the direct recording, for example, even on the nice sounding direct, clean, punchy, mixed pro-shot clip on the BBC TV news, the feedback was still very apparent (Black Dog), although the other instruments sounded killer. I know lots of top acts (Rush, Eagles, etc) use In-Ear monitors to avoid monitor feedback and to hear themselves better, you would think they would have this issue licked in 2007, I mean, they do sell high-tech "feedback eliminator" processors, I wonder what the problem was. Does anyone want to comment? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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