Source A: iRiver--- DPA 4061s > CSBB > iRiver / 120
Dissemination: Soundforge > dBpowerAMP > FLAC > Dimeadozen.org (09/2006)
Location: Upper Mezzanine, Right
Taper: A Guy In A Black Shirt (ladyjane)
Gen: 0 from Master
MP3 Sample: Right click & save
Notes - by: Taper: There are 3 10-15 second gaps in the closers due to bad sectors on the drive I was writing to. Enjoy! Greetz: dvn, crimmy, muffy, nagga, gun, bunny, jennie-jen, star and all the folks who help me get to the shows, I lurve ya guys! (NOTE: Taper gave the setlist the following names on the .txt file; I found this rather amusing:
Notes - by: Galen: The levels are not "hot" on this recording as so much they are burning. If you put a track into an audio program you will see that the levels are pretty-much in a constant state of being brickwalled. By brickwall, I refer to the SPL's being so loud that the mics or the recorder are overloaded; my money is on the iRiver. Some people may feel that this recording is basically distorted. There may be some truth in that however it is not the type of distortion that renders a recording completely un-listenable but a pervasive layer of noise (for lack of a better term). As you can tell by listening to the MP3, the vocals are very low & there is a lot of guitar + drum. Not exactly sure what to say other than I am going to go out on a limb & label this recording as for collector's only. I mean no disrespect but I must pose the question: Why spend the approximate cost of $1000 (give or take) for HEB from Core Sound only to use a recorder that is not going to deliver you what you want; a great recording to match the nice microphones?
Maynardism: "Thank you very much for letting us borrow your city. Bagles on the square; those who know - know. Those who don't sorry. Pull it together people, it's your town. Cinnamon raisin bagel on the square. Shh. Had enough? That was... that was lame. Had enough?"
Setlist / Quote:
Forty Six & 2
Right in Two