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Posted: 07 Jan 05, 03:46 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Just wondering if anybody else out there thinks that queen albums are poorly mixed. All of them seem to be too soft and the drums are too soft. When I burn a mixed Cd all the queen stuff sounds lower than everthing else. Only the Freddie box set seems to be done right.

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Posted: 07 Jan 05, 04:29 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

In case you burn CDs with MP3 files, then there's your answer to your problem...


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Posted: 07 Jan 05, 11:08 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Just wondering if anybody else out there thinks that queen albums are poorly mixed. All of them seem to be too soft and the drums are too soft. When I burn a mixed Cd all the queen stuff sounds lower than everthing else. Only the Freddie box set seems to be done right


yup!!!! i completely agree, i thought it years ago, the freddie box set was amazing sound but queen had nothing to do with that and it shows,
freddie has sutch an amazing voice so powerful but you wouldnt think it when queen mix an album, when i saw queen live his voice was amazing sounds toatly diffo to an album cd,
play an album by another artist then play a queen cd you can easly hear the sound/quality difference. i still love em tho!!!!!!!


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