Originally Posted by sworth
I went to see the Wall concert back in the day. It had all the circus stuff... pigs, puppets, a wall being built in front of the stage. The thing it didn't have was any sense of being performed live. The night I went they had a technical problem with their tape machine.
Sorry to hear of the tech issues at your concert, I can guarantee you that was the exception rather than the rule.
Normally their live performances set the standard for rock sound quality, performed in quad surround.
Yes they use a small bit of canned content since there are some sound effects, etc; on the studio recordings that they wish to recreate in the live venue. But on the whole you'll experience the best rock has to offer in live, on stage, musicianship. There are plenty of concert videos available on DVD-BluRay to support this.
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