I was out of town for a couple of days listening to some live music in Toronto, Ontario, Canada so I'm just catching up. My preference is 1, 3, 2 with 2 a distant third. 1 to me moves better and I can hear what the bass is doing better. When I listened the first time I listened in order and I liked 1 a lot, I didn't like 2 much at all and when it came to 3 I thought this might be the best of all as the ramping up of the volume in the beginning was more obvious. But then I found the bass harder to follow than I had remembered so I went back to 1 and found that it just moved better and it was easier to follow the bass. I felt the interplay of the instruments and vocal was better on 1 as well.Tendaberry wrote: ↑2019-10-31 14:00In room the differences aren’t that small, but after listening to the clips I can understand the difficulty.
I have made three new clips, hopefully it will be easier this time. Two are the same cable, but in one I have done a little tweak.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/3xmlg8wgzb8xa ... 7.mov?dl=0
https://www.dropbox.com/s/jxlpiol2w7smz ... 1.mov?dl=0
https://www.dropbox.com/s/cioo62jp2ug7e ... 1.mov?dl=0
I then read the other comments and the listing of what was what. I went back and listened to the three clips again and still heard exactly the same things I heard the first time. Clip 3 has something nice about it but I don't find it to be as musical as 1. It is quite possible in "relaxing" the cable you put some different stresses in it that will likely settle out over time. Then again something might be in a little different position after relaxing the cable. Also the object that is in the bottom right corner in 2 and 3 appears to be in the top left corner in 1. If the phone was inverted for clip one the change in microphone positions might make a difference as well.