Originally Posted by DOUBTINGTHOMAS29
Finally, several artists remaster their music for lp's differently than they do for cd. The latest White Stripes and Red Hot Chili Peppers lp's are examples.
yes, i have the led zeppelin cd
remasters by jimmy page
nice and bright maybe to bright though and uh wheres the bass.
the original lps are mastered much better. maybe because jones and bonahm actually had say in the studio at that time. theres actually boomines to the bass.
also hendrix's first rays of the rising sun. the cd sounds great. then i got the lps and what i noticed were the drums. they were more prominent which i liked.
to me vinyl sounds more "spacey". cds sound brighter.
in the old days it was cool to buy any vinyl but now a days in the age of digital you gotta be careful. these studio guys dont use the original analog tapes. they use some digital master. i just got burned by a rollingstones lp masterd in 2003 called "audiophile". sounds very muted even when i crank the volume up all the way the sound still doesnt sound full to me. then i checked online and read all the negative reviews.