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Muse-concert film breaks record with Sony 4K
Theatre performances of live shows, ballets, sports, comedies, arts shows and other performances help the cinema to distinguish its offerings, draw a new audience and boost income beyond film. Featuring a steady growth in the amount of footage recorded and shown in Sony 4K, moviegoers can immerse themselves in an impressive viewing pleasure with detail, fidelity and richness unrivalled by a lower-resolution 2K-presenation.
Known as even cinema, it is forecast that in 2017 up to 3% of the world' s cash takings could be generated by alternate contents, according to David Hancock, an IHS Screen Digest analyst.
Muse - Live at the Olympic Stadium in Rome
All Muse's CD and concert DVD's are mine and I never get weary of their concert or work. The Live At Rome Olympic Stadium looks and smells great and is a great complement to their work. Tonal qualities are the best of any Muse DVD. Law 2 wasn't my favourite Muse-CD, but after watching the concert I want to do some more of the tracks I missed on the CD.
Follower Me, Guiding Light, Explorers and Panic Station were more commercially than I'd like, but I really loved them as part of this concert. Supremacy, Knights of Cydonia (with his powerful mouth organ intro), Animal, Follower Me, Hysteria, Good Sensing, Madness, Time is Racing Out, Supermassive Black Hole and Uprising were my favourites at the concert in Rome.
It has to be one of the best concert tracks of all times. I' ve seen Muse live in Uncasville, CT this coming fall with the same pyramidset they used in the extras tracks; it' s a special pleasure for me to record this one. The Stockholm syndrome was nervous and crude in comparison to the concert in Rome.
The US Arena shows opened unsustainably and the songs and lightshow illustrates the variety of Muse's creativity. At the end, the extra is a movie entitled The Road, which deals with the animals' songs; it is a look at the pre and follow-up roadies that flow into the concert as well. There is less hectic treatment of the concert than at the H.A.A.R.P. concert, which gives the audience a more relaxing listening environment that is better suited to the playlists and underlines the musicians' ability on their instrument.
Being a Muse enthusiast, it's great to see how they produce some of the visuals. ETA: I've seen the Blu-Ray of the concert at least 12 of the time and I'm still not prepared to put it on the books. Several of these tracks like Animals and Uprising become new favourites over their studios.