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March 6, 2009
(FOB) Schoeps mk22 > kc5 > cmc6xt > Audiomagic Hyperconductors > Grace Design Lunatec V2 > Darktrain Custom Cables > Sound Devices 744t (@ 24 bit / 48 kHz)
CF card > usb 2.0 > CD Wave v1.97 (track splits) > Samplitude SE v9.1.1 (fades) > FLAC v1.2.1 (Level 8)
FLAC tags added with metaflac v1.2.1
A Team BTG Production brought to you by:
Dave F, Scott G, baustin, Greg L, Mikey K, Carrington C, Matthew, Rick, Eliot, Oliver, Foxy, Steve F, Tara, Jimbo, BHadella, Jenny, Jerryfreak, and more...
transferred by Jason Sobel (firstname.lastname@example.org)
seeded March 10, 2009
the mics were in an approximate "ORTF" configuration in a hat for set 1
and in a "DINa" configuration on a stand for set 2
these 24 bit / 48 kHz files are identical to the original recording
a 16 bit / 44.1 kHz version intended for CD audio is also available
Set I - 1 hour, 53 minutes, 11 seconds
01 - [15:49] - Fluffhead
02 - [14:14] - The Divided Sky
03 - [07:30] - Chalk Dust Torture
04 - [06:07] - Sample In A Jar
05 - [12:21] - Stash
06 - [04:03] - I Didn't Know
07 - [01:50] - Oh Kee Pah Ceremony >
08 - [05:43] - Suzy Greenberg
09 - [05:21] - Farmhouse
10 - [05:09] - NICU
11 - [03:45] - Horn
12 - [06:26] - Rift
13 - [03:14] - Train Song
14 - [04:01] - Water In The Sky
15 - [07:31] - The Squirming Coil
16 - [10:06] - David Bowie
Set II - 1 hour, 50 minutes, 34 seconds
01 - [07:22] - Backwards Down The Number Line
02 - [12:50] - Tweezer
03 - [09:22] - Taste
04 - [08:25] - Possum
05 - [08:40] - Theme From The Bottom
06 - [07:19] - First Tube
07 - [13:54] - Harry Hood
08 - [05:35] - Waste
09 - [00:36] - You Enjoy Myself (false start)
10 - [19:11] - You Enjoy Myself
11 - [04:32] - encore break
12 - [01:59] - Grind *
13 - [03:59] - Bouncing Around The Room
14 - [06:50] - Loving Cup
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223:45.000 3687.29 MB 0.6757 (30 files)
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|the 16 bit version of this source is here:
|jeesh, i need a new hard drive just for all the hampton sources! thanks for the 24bit jason!
|get carrington's name off that text file .. he didn't do crap ;)
|Does Trey's new pitch shifter effect bother anyone else but me? I think for effect, in different settings of music, it works as an effective tool, as more of a "bringing out the feel" of what's going on. Like the spacey pause section of Play Pause Stop when he and Mike played with the Duo. That was the first time I heard that effect, and it worked really well. But to use it in every song was a little too much. Especially in Harry Hood, it just sounds like he's hitting wrong notes the whole time because the note bends to off-color notes. He should just stick to his digi loops and raw guitar playing, I thought trying to work that effect into almost every solo/jam was taking away his ability to straight shred on the guitar!!
I guess being a musician biases my view of the groove, but I can't help it! I haven't downloaded any of these audience sources yet because I don't know which one is going to be the "best", but i have the livephish release. Maybe that effect is harsher on the sdbd?
|>>> I haven't downloaded any of these audience sources yet because I don't know which one is going to be the "best".
how are you going to determine which one is the "best" if you don't download any of the sources? wouldn't it be more appropriate to download every audience source and then decide.
BTW, these mk22's sound great, so this is a very good place to start with the audience recordings :)
|thanks for getting this source up Jason!
Thanks Jason, I've been waiting for this one....
|Well, because this is the 12th source, yes 12 different posts of just this show, and I can't devote that much time and gigs to it. That's why I haven't downloaded any, there are too many sources to choose from, and I don't have time to listen to first night 12 times to decide if the first one is better than the last (I'd have to take notes on quality changes).
So, what source is the best fob for starters?
|Just grab this one and be done with it.
|does 24 bit depend on my pc or sound card?
|here's an easy way to decide: on the home page, check out which of the 12 has been served the most. that's a good hint. if you know anything about the quality of the varying mics used on the 12, that could lead you in a good direction. you sound a bit stressed about it. any day of the week i'd rather have too many than too few, so on that note, thanks to all the tapers who worked hard on these and especially to those who competed with livephish.com the mornings after. i did consider briefly the idea of d/ling every offering and making a monster matrix of all 12 sources!!!!! i get wet spots on my pants just thinking of it, but since i'm able to sleep at night with the knowledge that i am listening to 256 kbps mp3s of a sweet multitrack matrix mix directly from the band, i'm going to just retain the livephish tracks and watch the sources just keep appearing.
|thanks everyone, i've been trading tapes, cd's, and downloading shows online for the last 16 years, and i knew there'd be many sources to pick from with this reunion, I just had no idea the flood would be so great! I'm going with try a few out for fun. The livephish recordings sound good, but it seems like Trey's sound translates better in an audience recording (i bet his notes were howling around the room in Hampton, something the sdbd didn't capture). That's mainly what I hope i can hear in an aud! thanks dudes
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