blindwillie127 Posted November 5, 2017 Share Posted November 5, 2017 Obviously, the '75 sbds are far superior to the '77 sbds, and my question is why? Was '75 recorded onto a 2 track reel to reel tape, and was '77 recorded onto cassette's or something? The difference is stark and has always baffled me a bit. To me, it seems the '75 boards were intentionally recorded with more fidelity than the '77 boards were. Aside from balance, the drum sound is always what I use as a template for a good vs bad recording. In '75, drums are always rich and full of detail, in '77, it sounds like Bonhams playing on a tin kit in a tiny room by himself. Also, why does the sbd fragment of TYG from MSG '77 sound so much fucking better than any other '77 sbd out there up to now? I need answers!!! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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