Source B: Solid State --- Edirol R-09 @ 48khz
Transfer: Disk > WAV
Location: Dead Center, Front of Board in middle of venue / seating
Notes by Galen: As I geared up with the three M1's, wires and stuff I was bring into the show I saw my little Edirol R09. I looked at it, set the record levels to 15 (half way), checked the batteries and put it in the breast pocket of my coat after hitting record. Thus the first 45 minutes of the recording involves breezing through security, getting the other sources ready in a stall, talking to a few other tapers we ran into and having a beer before rushing to my seat as Tool went on stage about 10 minutes earlier than listed. Recording came out as good as one would expect for just hitting record on a solid state. It's true, anyone can record literally anything with a built-in hard drive recorder. I do not think it takes much, if any, real skill to pull off a built-in. The sound I find somewhat tinny but then again it is what it is. There is nothing special about it if anything it is a 'bonus' source?