|Checksums||shn-md5 , st5|
|Disc Counts||1 / 1|
|Source Summary||Lineage: Betty Board > Gans CD > CD > DAE > SHN SBEs fixed and seeking added with SHNTool. New MD5 generated with MD5Sum. By Gary Field ([email protected]). No other changes made.|
|Other Sources (comments)
set II; Gans Betty; Source:... (2) flac16;Recording... (0) DVD-VA: (Video... (0) flac16; Source: sbd... (0)
The source information for these SHNs is more accurately depicted as follows:
Source: ?>Jim Wise BBD (Betty Board)> Gans CD> Goodbear's Gans CD clone> SHN. SBEs fixed and seeking added with SHNTool. New MD5 generated with MD5Sum. By Gary Field ([email protected]). No other changes made.
I took these directly from SHN #137 (which also has a somewhat vague info file).
|12/02/2003||Sean Cribbs||Why in the world would you need to fix SBEs *after* DAE?|
|12/02/2003||jb||Apparently, there had to have been some non-annotated retracking or something like that done between DAE and SHN on the lineage because there is a SBE reported on the original SHN set.|
|12/02/2003||Gary Field||That DAE is in the original lineage. All I did was take those SHNs and fix the SBEs.|
Understood, but Sean's point is that (by definition) there can't be sbe's on an audio CD because tracks on audio CDs MUST be burned in exact sectors. If there were sbe's on the original wav files, when they were burned onto the CD, the incomplete CD sector at the end of the track would be either chopped off or zero filled, depending on the burner/software used. If there are sbe's on the SHN made after the DAE step, they must have been introduced *after* the DAE step.
|07/30/2007||charlie miller||Big Boss Man comes after Dark Star|