Source B: Mini Disc --- Sound Professionals Standard Binaurals > Sharp MT-770
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Notes: You know, for a MD with SPSB mics, very tasty recording. Cymbals clash, vocals are crisp, guitar is clear and the bass hits just right. There are reported to be superior recordings (equipment) out there but for the majority of collector's, this is the best version out currently. There is a bit of movement by the taper in the beginning of the show, thus, a little bit of phasing occurs. Listening to this recording on decent headphones, you can hear a bit of dominance in the left channel which I assume would mean that the taper's left was towards the stacks more so than being straight-on. Not a big deal, worth noting. Overall, this is a pretty rock-solid recording. I have a pretty good feeling that this is SHN based due to the recording being split up onto 2 tracks & do not know if non-SHN have or will ever see the light of day.
"Los Angeles? That's funny...it doesn't sound like Los Angeles; it sounds more like Sacramento. So is this or is this not Los Angeles"
Eon Blue Apocalypse
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