One of the lessons that took a while for engineers I know and worked with to learn about digital is that you don't have to habitually boost top like most of them seemed to do with analog tape... same for bottom actually. On the Weber, clearly, the top end is extended compared to what the cut minister posted sounds like: I would describe the sound of the oud and accordion on that one as beautifully dark, but I'd guess they are a somewhat romanticized representation of what they would sound like if you were hearing them without the electronics 'in the way'--it's hard to fully tell because the reverb has so much warm body to it. The 1st Weber cut zmix posted leans toward the opposite direction, at least in the drums... and the reverb is not as lush-sounding, which also makes it less romanticized. Excluding the reverb, to me it sounds a bit more like unadorned real people playing... which may, or may not, be good depending on one's point-of-view. The drums & cymbals, of course, are brighter than they would be in reality.