Source B:
Hi-Mini Disc --- Panasonic ECM RP-VC201 > Sony MZ--NH700 (PCM mode)
Dissemination: Master HiMD > USB transfer to HDD > SonicStage3.3 > Track splitting in CDWave 1.94.8 > FLAC
Location:  in front of soundboard area, a little on the left
Taper:      SNSik
Gen:         0 from Master
MP3 Sample: Right click & save

Notes - by: Galen: Real nice recording. There are several instances of microphone phasing (movement) at random segments of time, some over-zealous Tool fans yipping + yelping & what appears to be someone in the audience having a Tool-gasm but other than that this is the type of recording folks hope to achieve at the end of the day. The source is balanced, clear, clean & although not perfect in regards to capturing the entirety of the sound spectrum it still sounds damn fine. This is at the very least as nice sounding as Source A of this performance is. Recommended recording for all the right reasons, at least audibly. Tool appeared to be delivering a standard-performance without much variance or sense of adventure. Not that the performance appears to be canned but it does seem to be more processed than organic. If that makes sense to you then you must shop at Whole Foods.

Maynardism: "Good evening."





Time: 93:44

Setlist / Quote:

<bass drone>
Lost Keys (Blame Hoffman)
Rosetta Stoned
Forty Six & 2
Right In Two