|Checksums||shn-md5 , st5|
|Disc Counts||2 / 3|
|Source Summary||Nak 300+cp4> D7; Conversion: D7> 7 pin digi coax> CDR880 (Master)> EAC > AddaWave > Sound Forge 3.0 (Fadeouts)> CDWave> SHN; Dat Seed from Chase Smith; Conversion by Chuck Rothofsky|
|Other Sources (comments)
SBD>DAT>C>DAT; via... (0) flac16; Source:... (1) flac16; Source:... (0) flac16/48kHz; Master... (0) flac16; Master... (0)
Hehehe! This is the first show I ever recorded with using my homebrew D7 digital interface in concert (I was the guy with his decks in the Jaguar cardboard box, looked like I was selling veggy burritos! Though fragile, it worked well.
I got a patch that evening from Marc Nutter of Sonic Sense I think? He used, I believe Neumann balls, and the patch was coming out of his da-p1 - I've got technical details somewhere...
I taped 13 of the last 15 shows - I skipped Michigan...
I have 7/6 which is just as crispy :)
|05/14/2001||Ryan Burns||The .txt file had only 8 tracks for d1, but the md5 shows 9 - d1t08 is actually an intro and d1t09 is Aiko.|
|05/15/2001||Diana Hamilton||Thanks Ryan, I've now edited the info file at this site.|
|09/22/2004||tripcat||I had the best time a these 2 shows the best of the whole tour to bad the campground crashed i never seen that many choppers,cops,cars and ambulances since did the whole east coast tour that year.MIss you Jerry :(|