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The Final Mix - Matrix

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Bookmark: http://www.digitalrushexperience.com/database/review.php?RecordingID=1504
Media: 2 CDr Audio
Time: 78:17, 79:07
Catalog: Digital Reproductions: DR 71702-1
Source: Audience (MD Master)
Audience (MD Master)
Audience (DAT Master
Date: July 17, 2002
Location: Molson Amphitheater, Toronto, Ontario, Canada



DISC 1
3 Stooges Intro   0:38
Tom Sawyer   4:48
Distant Early Warning   4:54
New World Man   4:04
Roll the Bones   6:42
Earthshine   5:32
YYZ   4:56
The Pass   4:56
Bravado   6:09
The Big Money   6:21
Between Sun and Moon   4:39
Vital Signs   5:06
Natural Science   8:22
One Little Victory   5:46
Driven   5:17

DISC 2
Ceiling Unlimited   5:50
Secret Touch   6:57
Dreamline   5:08
Red Sector A   5:18
Leave That Thing Alone   4:53
The Rhythm Method   8:05
Resist   4:36
2112: Overture / The Temples of Syrinx   6:45
Limelight   4:27
La Villa Strangiato   8:44
The Spirit of Radio   5:26
By-Tor and the Snow Dog   4:31
Cygnus X-1   3:12
Working Man   5:07



Disc 1
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Rush The Final Mix matrix back.jpg
Rush The Final Mix matrix front.jpg


Average Rating:Audio: 8.666666666666666

The Digital Dan
   (Audio - 8.5)

Some will ask why another matrix by the same producer of the same show. Well, to be honest, because it was there. I had recently acquired a DAT master that was better sounding than the two MD sources I had from 2002. So I decided to make a DTS 5.1 cd with it. Three sources were used for this production, two are minidisc masters and the other was a DAT master. The DAT recording helps to smooth out the sound and improve the bass response of the original 2 source matrix released in 2002. Since I thought the sonic improvement was worthy of a redo, I did. The mix is fantastic and each person sounds well represented. You can definitely tell this was an amphitheater show because it really sounds like you are there. The highlights of the show are "The Rhythm Method" Alex's "Dream Sequence" which has the band and the audience in stitches. Once again, many thanks to Barb, Mark, Jason and Paul for the sources so kindly donated for this release. They do the hard work so that we can all enjoy the show. As with all Digital Reproductions release, this is for free trade or blank media trade only. Do not buy, sell or distribute for profit. Help keep the spirit of trading alive and well.    (2004-06-29)

Frentic
   (Audio - 8.5)

A very good matrix! It sounds like you're at the show dead center in section 2. Its an "airy" matrix that captures the presence of an amphitheater vs. an arena show. I have not heard the other Toronto shows, but you won't be disappointed with this one. The artwork was a nice touch as well.   (2004-10-15)

Aramis K. Vidaurre A
   (Audio - 9)

This is a-first-class AUD recording. The final product is worthy. There are some minor details: in “Red Sector A”, the synthesizer is almost absent except for the sampled intro. Checking “Sin City Flames” from the same gig, we can notice it is also performed with the guitar rant; we might assume that this “almost” absence is due to the performance rather than a result of the mixing process. Additionally, the bass is very low. Geddy’s voice is somewhat echoing. The guys have a great time, and the audience responds cheerfully. It is a great performance with a very “familiar” setlist.    (2009-04-07)

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