|Entered by||Matt Vernon|
|Checksums||shn-md5 , st5|
|Disc Counts||0 / 2|
|Source Summary||Soundboard of unknown origin; seeded by Jack to gdlive, with noise reduction- see his pub comment; reportedly has SBEs; track timings reportedly match those of the previous FOB version|
|Other Sources (comments)
FOB Sennheiser 441's >... (0) Sbd > Cassette Master > Dat... (1) Ficca FOB Sony TCD5M with 2... (0) flac16; 2 Nak 700's... (0) flac16;... (0) flac16; Recording... (0) flac16; Matrix by... (0) flac16; Lineage:... (0) flac16; Nakamichi... (0) flac16; (3) Beyer... (0) flac16; source: 2... (0) flac24; Nakamichi... (0) flac24; lineage:... (0) flac16; AUD:... (0) flac24; Master... (0) flac16; Master... (0) flac16; AUD:... (0) flac24; Recording... (0) flac16; Recording... (0) flac24; Set 2... (1) flac16; Jeff... (0)
|10/22/2002||Jack||This is most likely a reshn of the gdlive source. Which also came from me. The gdlive shns have NR and do not belong on the etree database. I sent them over to Mike with NR because I thought gdlive users might not be as sophistcated as etree users. These shns have no place cluttering up the database. The show I seeded is as good as it can get, unless someone comes up with a more complete SBD or a copy of the PCM Master if one exists. These shns should be removed from the Database. Thanks Jack|
from gdlive GD83-10-15
I must correct a misconception re, "These shns have no place cluttering up the database". This db is like a phonebook, not a Who's Who. It lists the good along with the bad, the only criterion being that the shns are in circulation somewhere- whether etree, gdlive, archive.org or elsewhere. If it's listed here it's just around.
Having bad circulating shn listed on here can be useful to alert traders to the situation. For instane, a bad shn listing can warn people to stay way from a shn set, or can even prompt others to release upgrades. It helps greatly if people post quality comments on each shn, as done here. Thanks!
|10/28/2002||Hamilton, Diana||BTW, the md5s in this listing do match the ones in gdlive with a datestamp of 12/7/01.|