Source A:
Solid State Recorder --- Sound Professionals CMC8 Cards > SPSB-8 (bassrolloff@69Hz) > TRS-Cable > Microtrack2496 (LineIn, Setting: L @24bit, 48kHz)
Location: Microphones mounted on my glasses standing centered direct behind the soundboard
Transfer: MT2496 > USB2.0 > HDD > Cool Edit Pro 2.1 [cut, FadeIn/Out, bass lift (using the graficEQ - "simple bass lift"), 6dB-volumeboost @wings1+2] > flac fronted (flac8) (11/2006)
Taper:      Dagobert
Gen:         0
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Notes:  For those that may want to burn this to a CD, you will have to take each track & convert it to 16kHz prior to doing so as the taper shared his 24/48 version. The recording itself is rather solid. There are a few instances where the microphones cannot handle the SPL of the high end vocals, thus, there are instances of mild distortion (not that bad) throughout. Definitely worth noting. Good stereo sound however there is not a lot of bass, at all. In fact, the bass is not missing per se but it is very hidden. That said, the highs are prevalent & clear. However, that may be almost too much of a good thing. This would be considered (if the mild high end distortion were gone) to be above average recording for several reasons but due to that, well, you can use your own judgment for that.

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Setlist / Quote:

<bass drone>
46 & 2
Lost Keys
Rosetta Stoned
Wings for Marie
10.000 Days