|Checksums||shn-md5 , st5|
|Disc Counts||2 / 3|
|Source Summary||MSR (7" @ 7.5 ips 1/2 track) > Tascam 122mkIII 1st gen. cassette > Nak Dragon playback > Sony PCM R-700 DAT > ZA2 > wav (Sound Forge) > CD (CD Architect) > unknown CD gens > EAC (test & copy, secure mode, offset corrected) > sector boundary verification (shntool) > seekable .shn (mkwact). DAT conversion and CD mastering by aoxoa, CD > SHN by D. Winters.|
|Other Sources (comments)
SBD MR>C1>DAT; via Teddy... (0)
Thx to my friend Chuckles, it has come to my attention that the lineage listed in the text file for this great show does not include "DAT". So, the basic entry should look like this:
If someone from the site can email me, I will send an updated text file. Sorry for the confusion! Dave.
My D. Winters-derived shn produces a wav file for disc 3 sprinkled with minor crackles and pops that sound digital in nature. The music's downright volcanic so you have to listen close, but the aberrations are there. I assume other users have the same experience. Just a heads-up. I've chosen not to trade these shns. (If for some reason your copy does not sound like mine, please shoot me an e-mail.) Thanks.
digi-snit at 2:30 in d3t1, Alligator
crackles at 0:36, 0:42, 3:44, 7:36 in d3t3, Alligator jam
crackles at 5:14, 5:48 in d3t4, Caution
digi-snits at 11:48, 12:09, 12:10 in d3t4, Caution
digi-snit at 2:51, 7:03 in d3t5, Feedback
crackle at 2:21in d3t6, Bid You Goodnight