cu.org DAT-1 clone
Source C: DAT --- Core Sound Binaurals > Sony TCD-D8 (Oade Bros Mod II) @ 48 KHZ
Transfer: DAT-M > Tascam DA-20 > coax > Audiophile 24/96 > Sound Forge > WAV (transfer by cu.org/GSP)
Taper: Jeff Sebastianelli
Gen: Master Recording or "0" Generation (in WAV)
MP3 Sample: Right click & save
Notes: This source is, without a doubt, the best capture of this performance known to exist. Source B, although the exact same mic + DAT, is good but compared with this capture it is definitely sub-par. Compare the two samples, you tell me which sounds more authentic. This is simply clean. I've said this once, I'll say it again; this taper knew how to tape & I think that even if he tried he could not pull anything but a 'great' recording. This is definitely one of those recordings. The Oade Mod on his D8 was definitely a secret weapon, so to speak, in regards to pulling superb audience recordings. And, really, just looking objectively at the equipment used you may think that sure the recording sounds good but it's not going to sound that good, however, this recording sounds absolutely + surprisingly superb. The time reflected is the total time of the DAT recording including pre + post show shenanigans.
(White Lines + Suspicious Minds)
46 & 2
Eon Red Apocalypse <space noise>
'Thank you very much for coming. It's been very, been very well to share uh this moment with you hopefully we've been somewhat of a catalyst for healing on some level. And we hope to see you all soon.'
'Please travel safely. And in your travels, we have a suggestion. Hang onto this feeling your having right now whether you're having a good night a bad night an indifferent night just try & remember this feeling & in the coming weeks use that feeling to create something positive.