Source B:
DAT ---- Danish Pro Audio 4061s > modMPS-6010 (flat) > modSBM-1 (44.1) > D8
Transfer: D8 > VX Pocket V2 > Sound Forge 7.0 > CD Wave 1.93 > wav
Location:  Front of Stack - Left

Taper:   The Anonymous One
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Notes - Taper: (Channels swapped in Wavelab 5.0) / D1T04 - D2T : Volume +1.5 dB in Sound Forge 7.0
Notes - Galen: Ah yes this recording is seriously only for Tool fans & collectors who enjoy a clean, comfortable & very live-sounding capture of Tool. The bass does rumble a bit due, I believe, to the proximity to the bass stacks from taping location or perhaps it is simply a reflection of the sound this evening. Nevertheless, the kick drum, something that is often obscured in Tool recordings is precise & crystal clean in it's presence - that is a good thing. MJK's vocals are not hidden or buried; they are prevalent throughout. Adam's guitar is mixed correctly however one may feel guitar dominates a little but, again, that may not be a bad thing. At this stage of the tour, the band seemed to be enjoying themselves & I think that comes out in the quality of the live performances thus effecting the audio sources. All in all, a great recording of a very lively performance. Definitely recommended. If you do not believe me; take a listen to the "we both want to rape you" in Opiate (approx.: 3/4 of the way through) as MJK lowers his voice close to a growl, howling the words. No ECM microphone could capture that.

Maynardism: "I have some bad news...black shirts are out. Pink shirts with a logo here (pointing to his left chest) is the shit".





CD 1

<bass done>
The Pot
46 & 2

CD 2