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Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio Blossom Music Center
Source: Schoeps mk4v> KC5> M222> NT222> Lunatec V2> SD 744t (@24bit/96kHz)
Location: Section 35, Row A, Seat 11, DFC, DIN, 7' Stand
Transfer: SD 744t> Samplitude SE 9.1.1(dither/resample)> CDWave> flac(16/44.1)
Taped, Transferred & Seeded by: taylorc (06/05/2011)
t01 [01:31] Intro
t02 [08:41] Kill Devil Falls
t03 [11:06] Guyute
t04 [02:19] Fuck Your Face
t05 [10:32] Foam
t06 [11:24] Ocelot
t07 [04:55] Rocket in My Pocket
t08 [08:25] Back on the Train
t09 [07:01] Guelah Papyrus
t10 [04:47] Tube
t11 [11:50] Run Like an Antelope
t12 [01:04] Intro
t13 [07:23] Birds of a Feather
t14 [10:21] Possum>
t15 [08:09] Steam>
t16 [07:33] Piper>
t17 [11:06] The Lizards
t18 [13:01] Sneakin' Sally Through the Alley>
t19 [08:59] Harry Hood>
t20 [02:33] Have Mercy>
t21 [03:53] Harry Hood
t22 [07:58] Character Zero
t23 [02:11] crowd
t24 [10:32] Slave to the Traffic Light
Steam, first time played
Thanks to Jason Lonchar for the Schoeps tubes
Set I [1:22:31] Set II [1:24:11] Encore [10:32]
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super fast turnaround on tracking and uploading
don't know how you do it
but I'm glad you do
thanx so much!
|I just added this to the etree database:
|wow - this looks like a crazy sick setlist... thanks for all you do Taylor - can't wait to listen to this one today !
|another fine piece of work Taylor !! ya beat Lenny to the punch. super smokin show !! on to the natty for more magic !! thanks for the love.
|Thanks Taylor. Nice to see the V2 in the mix.
|Thanks again Taylor and Beth!!
|Thank you Taylor and Beth.......for us 'couch tourers' this summer, you make our mornings the day after the show :)
|thank you! great pull.
|Thank you for this and all your pulls this summer; they sound great!
|Between this, the MBHO, and the DPA, this one sounds the best (on my stereo system, at least). It's very spacious and fob-like. If I can get picky, I think there's a little too much Mike, but I'd rather have everything else that it does right and deal with the heavy-ish bass.
The MBHO is more distant and thin sounding. Not enough Mike. The Schoeps actually sounds more like an FOB to me. The DPA sounds too "wooly" or muffled. I'm not criticizing either of these two sources at all and could gladly live with either if the Schoeps wasn't around! For the record, they are all good enough to keep, which is exactly what I'm going to do.
My opinion of which source sounds the best would probably change if I were to listen on headphones, in a car, or on a boom box, but on my home stereo, the Schoeps is it. There is one caveat- I listened through my laptops headphone jack connected to my preamp. Not ideal, but its the only way for me to do a quick test.
Thanks to all the tapers this tour.
|@Kevin: Which pull does the best job of muffling those hideous Streets of Cairo teases that Trey seems to have fallen in love with?
Kidding! Well, not really. Thanks for the upload!
|Thanks as always for a great recording. The show was as hot as the weather.
Either the FF or mute button should do what you require. I often utilize the FF button during Donna's howling in Playing in the Band and various other songs and it works perfectly. I have tested it many times. No source upgrade necessary!
|I like Steam!
|Phish has lost there minds cuz this show was insane. Thx.
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