Source C: Solid State Recorder --- MBHO MBP 603 A / KA 200 N > Sound Devices MP-2 > Edirol R-09
Transfer: Master WAV > Digital Editing > CD Wave Editor V1.94.7 > FLAC V1.1.2
Location: ~25m from the stage, right side, section 3
Editing: Volume boost and fades in Steinberg WaveLab V5.0a, Mixed the right channel to the left one in Steinberg WaveLab V5.0a, Dithering: UV22 HR dithering in Steinberg WaveLab V5.0a, Resampling: 48.0 kHz > 44.1 kHz resampling in Steinberg WaveLab V5.0a
Gen: 0 from Master
MP3 Sample: Right click & save
Notes - by Taper: Tracks D1T5-D2T08 mono (right channel only) due to a bad cable. This is the 16-bit version of this recording. To seamlessly join the two discs, simply remove D1T08 and D2T01.
Notes: I am going to say that this entire review is completely biased. In my opinion, this is the best of the sources around for this particular performance. There are a few issues with technical mix-ups with the cables but if you can overlook that this recording will shine-on in your collection. Vocals are bright, bass hits just right as the drums are as distinct as the bass-plucks from Justin. This is one of the finest recordings from this leg of the tour. Hell, take a listen to Swamp Song, compare it to any other recording out there from this leg & you be the judge. Definitely worth it to burn to CD & take with you to do whatever with.
Maynardism: "Thank you very much for coming down. Can't wait to see you next summer..."
46 & 2
Wings for Marie