|Disc Counts||2 / 3|
|Source Summary||ak43>lc3ka>km100>m248>SBM2 DDS>Dat2Wav>SF(48>44.1, fades)>CDWave>mkwAct(SHN)|
|Other Sources (comments)
Oktava mc012's(cardiod x/y)... (2) balcony rail/ 5' left of... (0) SBE-fixed version of... (0) flac16;... (0)
sector boundary errors at d2t02 and d3t03.
The second is at the end of a disc, but the first is not, and if anyone has to re-extract the audio, the SBE's will guarranty that those tracks will not match the original md5s.
(occasionally extracted audio matches md5s, and can then naturally be treated as the original matching files).
|04/25/2003||muleish||why anyone would extract audio when the DAE-free seed is circulating I have no idea .... please, do tell|
|04/28/2003||Just in case anyone is worried about sector boundary error (SBE)-induced audio glitches, the first SBE occurs at the end of a set and so is not problematic in that sense.|
when the good source *isn't* available, people may extract it. Or people who don't know better will only acquire an audio copy, then their friends will want copies.
I have had someone extract audio, have the luck for it to match published MD5s perfectly, and submit it to me. At first, I didn't want an extracted source. When I found that it matched the published MD5s, there was no question-- it IS the same.
That will only happen if extra errors are not introduced with SBE's. It is a *minor* concern only, but I'm thinking archivally.