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Watkins Glen International
Watkins Glen, NY
Source: DPA 4023>Sonosax SX-M2>Sound Devices 722 (24/96)
Config/Location: DIN/FOB/DFC 6' stand
Sound Studio 3.6(fades, normalize peak, +gain, track)>
Wave Editor (iZotope Resampler/MBIT+ Dither)>
xACT 2.13(align on sector boundaries, encode, tag, fingerprint)>flac16 (level 8 )
Taped & transferred by: Lenny Stubbe
Set I: (1:46:05)
03. Kill Devil Falls>
05. Lawn Boy
06. Divided Sky
07. Boogie On Reggae Women>
08. Camel Walk
10. Poor Heart
11. 46 Days>
12. Suskind Hotel*
13. When the Circus Comes
14. Timber Ho>
15. Back on the Train
16. Suzy Greenberg
17. Monkey Man**
Set II: (1:43:14)
02. Runaway Jim>
04. Axilla I>
05. Birds of a Feather
07. Sample in a Jar
08. Heavy Things>
10. It's Ice>
11. Mango Song>
13. Scents and Subtle Sounds
Set III: (1:52:18)
02. Golden Age>
03. Price Caspian>
07. Backwards Down the Number Line>
10. Harry Hood
12. Golgi Apparatus
13. A Day in the Life
14. encore break
15. Loving Cup>
16. Tweezer Reprise
- * First time played by Phish. Previously in rotation with Mike Gordon Band
- ** First time played Rolling Stones cover
- Spanish Moon tease in Camel Walk from Mike
- Runaway Jim included 5k winner introductions by Trey in first jam break
- Tweezer included Scents and Subtle Sounds teases from Mike
- Birds of a Feather included Secret Language "Simpsons DOH" signal
- Setlist facts courtesy of Phish.net
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|Last seeder||Last activity 15:25:08 ago|
|Size||1.660 GB (1782373463 Bytes)|
|Num files||49 files|
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|Been on the lookout for your pulls to finish out the fest, much appreciated!!!
Night 1 for anyone that missed it, SICK sound:
THANKS A TON!!
|Can't wait to grab this. Thanks for the pull. Did you tape the late night show? Thanks again. Peace.
|the bass in this hits you right in the gut, i love it.
|Thanks for the nice words guys.
Isn't it enjoyable to kick back with a great aud? When I listen to the sbds, as detailed as they are, something feels like it's missing.
We were very lucky with these fob pulls with the audience around us. While it was a very young and rambunctious crowds, we were for the most part able to keep things cool outside a couple whistlers and young kids yelling for Gamehendge songs. I'm really happy with the little crowd interruptions in the pulls, being they're fob. Makes for an even more pleasurable listen.
In regards to the late night, I did not tape it. Had to hit the road so I didn't even see it. Bean got it and posted it. Only other taper I'm aware of is Mike Kutick (padelimike) who got it but he has stopped posting lossless to etree since last fall, in favor of mp3's to the PT community. Here's to hoping Mike circles the wagons and shares his lossless 441 pulls with etree
I'll try to post night 3 tomorrow night, and 24 bit filesets through the weekend for those wondering.
|I just added this to the etree database:
|In my opinion, when you can feel the bass as well as hear it, that's the perfect capture of the live sound - it's almost 3D, like you're there :)
Thanks Lenny - night 1 sounds wonderful!
|yes, i agree on the 3D sound. i consider this, the MBHO's and the CCM4's to have that open, natural "ambient" quality that is what i listen to great FOBs for.
some folks i know prefer the AKG 392 pulls by Greg Blotch, which i think is mainly due to higher, more in your face levels and less crowd chatter (maybe it was an OTS or the mics were super high up?). while i think Greg's pulls are impressive (and Lance's 7/3 SP-BFT-2 sounds almost exactly the same as Greg's, perhaps with a smidge more low end), personally i like the more "clear" and "liquid" nature of the DPA's and CCM4 pulls. The bass is strong but not distorted (it gets close on the kick drum often but stays clean, esp if you're listening w/ a dedicated DAC), yest you can still make out the contours of Mike's notes.
awesome FOB's Lenny. any chance we'll see these in 24-bit?
|oh duh, i guess i could finish reading your last post Lenny, sorry.
|the Oktava mc-012's are really nice too, very unique sound to those. a pretty crispy high end while still providing a sneaky, gooey low end that kind of puddles under everything (in a good way).
|Haven't posted full review yet (coming later tonight), but this source is my pick for best of the show. The balance is phenomenal, less boomy than the prior evening, and when you hear Mike hit that first bomb in Tweeprise, this source stood head and shoulders above the rest. Thanks for making such a great recording Lenny!
|"he has stopped posting lossless to etree since last fall, in favor of mp3's to the PT community"
WTF - seriously? i mean, i can see sharing the mp3's w/ whoever he likes, but why not get the lossless out too? please mike! your pulls deserve to be enjoyed and preserved by your listeners in lossless form :)
|Thanks Lenny. I don't want ot offend the kind folks who've been posting a lot of soundboards but a great audience recording is gold - I'm sure they all agree. I'll take all the Charlie Millers I can get - just the same, I appreciate you folks dragging all your gear from one shed to another. Can't wait to hear this one.
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