|Entered by||Hamilton, Greg & Diana|
|Checksums||d1 , d2 , d3 , d4 , d5 , d6 , d7 , d8 , d9 , d10|
|Disc Counts||0 / 10|
|Source Summary||afternoon and evening sets; FOB Neumann U89 (omni Setting) Split 12' > Apogee AD1000; Conversion: E. Pearson: DAT (44.1k master) >Montego II Plus >HD via Soundforge >CDWav >Plextor 820; d5t1 ~2:30 crackles apparently fireworks; left channel louder than right; see Rattie's archiving tips for Neumann 12/30,31|
|Other Sources (comments)
afternoon set; B&K 4011,... (0) afternoon set; Earthworks... (0) evening set, aka... (2) AKG480 (Omni), 12' split ->... (1) "From the Archives #4, Part... (0) Schoeps mk21H + mk8 > KCY... (0) (FOB) Schoeps mk4 > kc5 >... (0) Schoeps mk4 > kc5 > cmc5 >... (0) [midnight set only] - (FOB)... (0) flac16; (FOB) AKG... (0) flac16, 44kHz;... (0) flac16, 44kHz;... (2) flac16 44.1kHz... (0) flac16 44.1khz... (0)
|10/20/2000||Trey Wheeler||This is, hands down, the best audience recording I own.|
|03/18/2002||Mike||Definately the best audience recording of an outdoors show. See FOB source of 7/1-2/98 for my favorite audience recordings ever.|
|03/19/2002||Mike||Also, to avoid confusion, "Minestrone" known as "The Inlaw Josie Wales" per Farmhouse. Awesome source!!|
|05/02/2002||Matt-chew||Alternate tracking suggestion for 8 cd (*requires 80 min. blank): 1)d1t1->d2t2*, 2)d2t3->d3t5*, 3)d4t1->d4t5, 4)d5t1->d5t3, 5)d6t1->d7t1*, 6)d7t2->d8t5*, 7)d8t6->d9t2, 8)d9t3->d10t4* No segues are compromised.|
|02/08/2003||Allen||what wanna know... is where is the FOB schoeps like the night before? this is a great sounding source, either way.|
|11/25/2004||seth||A++ recording , great sounding|
|04/08/2005||Nat||I'd be really interested in the whole story behind this source. I've heard things about multiple tapers getting together, and such, but whose rig was this? I'm just so in love with this show and this source, It'd be great to hear the backstory|
|04/09/2005||Matt-chew||I've always thought this was a good source- but just good. Do people cream on this source because most festival recordings come out sounding bad? A perfect source wouldn't need any EQ and when I listen to this seed I have to substantially turn treble up and bass down (on a very good high end system). The left channel is louder than the right? I saw this show & am eternally grateful that there are people kind enough to tape shows, but let's stop pretending this source is the greatest thing since sliced bread (or its sequel, Sliced Bread II: Electric Boogaloo). Now what would really kick my ass is if Phish released this SBD some way or another (an advanced resolution medium would really make me cream in my jeans).|
For as many hours of recording this show is... if those are your only complaints, I'd say that's an excellent recording.
Take your high end system, turn up the treble, and turn the high end down, and adjust your balance... or put the entire damn thing on your computer and adjust the levels digitally, put it on CD, and have your complaints taken care of.
I've come to the conclusion that SHN and FLAC traders may be very nice, good, sharing people... but there's a tendency towards being pretentious and not terribly forgiving in attitude. (Forgive me, I'm an unworthy collector 160kbps+ MP3s -- but until 200 gig HDs grow on trees, I can't afford to archive large quantities of SHN/FLACs.)
Chill man, and enjoy the recording.
Thanks for posting the show. Much thanks indeed.
|11/30/2005||JB||Unbelievable quality for an AUD. I believe in the Stone Age I had this source on tape. Even better on the CD. Incredible. Nice work and thanks for all of the hard work. It brings back some great memories. Thanks again.|