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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by northernguitar, Jun 29, 2021.
What do you think?
Stereo on that one.
Depends on so many factors related to the mix and the system. One of the best listening experiences I've ever had was to an FM broadcast of an orchestra on a single Klipschorn driven by a tube MacIntosh system from the 1960s or early 1970s.
Man I've loved that song since the 60's!!
I find the mono is ballsier and I like that the guitar is less isolated.
Quite a few mono recordings are noticeably better
The Byrds Mr Tambourine Man is night and day
The Beano album on CD has both mono and stereo mixes. The mono is definitely better.
I remember that Love album. My sister had it when it first came out. But stereo or mono? It used to matter to me, but now I don’t care. When I listen to recordings, I don’t pay close attention to how the signal is split.
I used to have the old red label mono version of that album, sound quality was superb, it was almost like being in the room with them, very raw. Most old blues albums I've heard 'digitally remastered' or made into stereo just don't cut it like the originals.