Source B: Hi-Mini Disc --- Core Sound Binaurals > Sony MZ-RH910 (HiSP)
Dissemination: Sony MZ-RH910 Hi-MD > USB > Sonicstage > Wav > Audacity > Wav > FLAC (verify, align, lvl8) > FLAC
Location: Front of Stack
Gen: 0 from Master
MP3 Sample: Right click & save
Notes / Taper: Ran with blind levels, so was lucky to get a recording. The recording came out very bassy, so the bass was reduced by additional 6db below 120Hz in Audacity. A raw copy is available on request. If anyone wants to re-equalize or master a copy, let me know. - The crowd pushed me around a lot this night. The separate front area meant a lot of people who wanted to dance ended up right behind the second rail. This forced a few position changes during the show, due to some un-relentless dancing . Also security had a pretty good view which caused a bit of a headache. The sound dims a couple of times I think during Lateralus and maybe Vicarious, due to searchlights (and security) going into the crowd for the people standing in the stands behind and the girl taking pictures adjacent to me. This is due to the mics hitting the floor. Feel free to make a matrix with this source. Kabi, who also recorded this show, was positioned in an equivalent position on the left side in the end stand, maybe another 10m further back.
Notes / Galen: The bass is very crunchy in this source. Kind of sounds like you are in a thunderstorm. The bass was rocking! As it is, I like the result even if it can be a bit overpowering at times. This recording features some in-your-face guitar with some clear vocals. This source definitely can stand on it's own two feet as I am not sure if it needs to be part of a matrix. There may be a couple times where over-saturation occurs but am unsure if most people would notice them. All in all, a standard CSB FOS AUD recording. For better or for worse.
Maynardism: "Hello Germans."
Maynardism: "Damn glad to meet you. Some of you again."
Setlist / Quote:
Forty-Six & 2
Right In Two