Source A-1: Mini Disc - Core Sound Binaurals > Sharp MT77
Taper A-1: Duncan
Source A-2: Mini Disc - Core Sound Binaurals > Sony MZ 900
Taper A-2: Dave
Binaural Recording: A-1 + A-2 = This source / Each source in only one channel based on above schema
Gen: 1st from Master
MP3 Sample: Right click & save
Notes: The sound from each taper's recording is run up on either side of the channel. Very interesting. In a sense, it's like hearing two seperate recordings in one at the same time. One of the most life-like recordings I think I've heard. They stood in front of each stack, left & right, to give this recording the surrounding sensation it gives you. Makes you feel like you may be listening to something like a sound-board. With the two-channel mix, I mean. Definitely one of the best recordings I think I've heard which are of this nature. Put this in a decent car stereo & this will sound fabulous. Nice job on taping, editing, mixing & mastering; all around. Also, each CD is one track; the songs are not split-up. So...you will have to sit there & take in the whole concert experience. In sum, this is hands down, an excellent and interesting capture of a very tight performance by the band we all know & love, the "Scott Hill Clown Band". Flawless transition from Flood>Grudge.
Maynardism: "Thank you very much John, that was John from Pablo. Thank you very much for coming, thank you for your support. Happy birthday to Dan. Happy birthday to Dan. Happy birthday big asshole, happy birthday to Dan. Twenty-seven. 27. Twenty-seven, his shoes I mean, his shoes are 27"