Source A: Solid State Recorder --- Sound Professionals CMC8 Cards > SPSB-8 (bassrolloff@16Hz) > attenuatorcable > TRS-cable > Microtrack2496
Transfer: MT2496 > USB2.0 > HDD > Cool Edit Pro 2.1 [cut, FadeIn/Out, normalize, bass lift (using the graficEQ - "simple bass lift")] > dBPowerAmp (flac7) > µtorrent
Location: Microphones mounted on my glasses standing on the left side about 20m back from overhanging speakers
Gen: 0 from Master
MP3 Sample: Right click & save
Notes - by Taper: PLEASE PRESERVE QUALITY, DO NOT ENCODE TO MP3, KEEP OUR RIGHT TO TRADE FREELY ALIVE, DON'T BE A FUCK & SELL THIS SHOW, ENJOY AS MUCH AS YOU LIKE, SEED AS LONG AS YOU CAN
Notes: Despite a great deal of adversity from the venue, the crowd & a somewhat less-than-"here" performance by Tool, this recording is in & of itself a worthy listen even when compared to the plethora of high quality recordings floating around from this era. Of particular interest is that the voice effects from Swamp Song are very evident in this source (I think this is the same effect as on Rosetta Stoned). Strong mid-range with a clear definition, however, this recording may be a bit too "tinny" for some listeners. The bass is evident but it is more of a thud rather than something with depth. Vocals apparently more pronounced in the recording than some reported it to be live. All in all, quite a fine listen.
Maynardism: "Thank you very much for coming down. Can't wait to see you next summer..."
46 & 2
Wings for Marie