Source A: DAT --- DPA 4061 > MPS6030 > Sony PCM-M1 (Oade Mod II) @ 48 kHz
Transfer: DAT-M > Tascam DA-20 > Coaxial > Audiophile 24/96 > Goldwave (resample) > CD Wave > WAV
Location: Right-Center, Pavilion (covered) Seating, Row YY
Gen: Master Recording
MP3 Sample: Right click & save
Notes - Taper / Galen: Ah well you simply can't win them all. Funny thing happened. Prior to the performance myself, Nameloc & Geordy were talking at the top of the lawn about all sorts of fun things like spinal piercing, hairy merkins, Bell Biv DeVoe & how between the three of us 'tapers' we will pull off some great recordings. It was almost like a well-spirited contest to see who could pull the best tape. Well, with this source, I lost. Big time. When both of their sources turned out to be brilliant captures of this performance this M1 recording was, in fact, distorted. Yes, bass distortion. I know exactly what I did. I was running a 120m Maxell tape in this DAT, started taping early, the band did not go on time when I thought they were going to so I had to rewind my tape. I did this with the unit in my pocket & I must have bumped the -20db switch to 0db position that means the sound was not padded thus although while taping my levels were fine the recording was in fact distorted. Check out the MP3 sample to see what I'm talking about. Ah well. Ah well. Ah well. As such, this recording is best left for serious collector's only. There really is no reason to release a damaged recording when 3 other AUD recordings are really quite enjoyable. So it will just be a part of my own DAT collection
Maynardism / Quote
"Good evening Northern Ohio. Just kidding, relax. Good evening Michigan. Are you ready to get your socks wet? Assuming you are wearing socks?"
Wings For Marie
"Jesus Christ these guys are tall. They should get their thyroid checked out. It's been a pleasure. All kinds of fun stuff. Loud, happy people. A party dress, the works. See you guys in that lovely town, Grand Rapids."