What makes it hard is that even people on the same show might have gotten a totally different sound depending on where they were.
In Munich I was in the stands. First between the front speakers and the delay line. The sound there was really bad because the sound from the delay line (of course) always came later than the sound of the front speakers which was really distracting. Then I was moving more towards the back of the stadium and there the sounds was okay but reeeeeally loud with some really piercing heights.
In Berlin I was at the upper level and the sound there was perfect. Also loud in thr second half but the hights were more pleasing.
What I noticed at both shows: The first half of the shows was actually really quiet, even too quiet. Then in the second half it got super loud, especially the guitars. Maybe that is to get on an allowed average loudness level - making the first half a bit quieter and the second one a bit louder than the allowed loudness level? In 2018 I remember the first half much louder.
Edited 4 time(s). Last edit at 2022-09-06 00:06 by StonedRambler.
I only was in Munich. I was standing on the left side on the ground in the cheapest area. I had a good view to the stage and two sound towers not far from me. The sound was perfect. Loud and ballanced. The setlist was fantastic and the Stones were obviously having a good time and so did I and everybody around me. I talked to some people after the show and everybody was very happy and smiling. For me tis show is among the top 5 out of my 26 Stones shows.
I wasn't there but from what I saw, heard and read the show in Berlin was even better and outstanding. It seems, it was one of their exceptional shows.
For me, rhis tour was a great one and I enjoyed it very, very much!