|Entered by||Matt Vernon|
|Checksums||st5 , shn_md5 , flac_md5|
|Disc Counts||2 / 3|
|Source Summary||Schoeps m222/mk41 > nt222 > AD-1000; PCM-M1 > Oade Active Cable > Sek'd Prodif Plus > Samplitude v5.5 (48>44.1) > CDWAV > MKW > SHN; Taped by Ken Rossiter; Transfer by Don Becker|
|Other Sources (comments)
Schoeps cmc6/mk41 > Lunatec... (3) microtech gefell m300's >... (0) FOB MBHO603A/KA200N's >... (1) flac16; Schoeps... (0)
Just so you don't get the wrong impression: the band had their eyes closed during the pause in Divided Sky.
At least until a glowstick hit the bass drum, from which point Fishman had at least one eye open at all times.
The crowd never really got quiet during the pause, they just had fun playing with themselves.
|10/20/2000||John Riordan||This is an excellent recording. The bass, especially, is wonderful. It is very powerful, yet still totally smooth, unlike many seeds that sound very distorted when there is a lot of bass. This has a somewhat different feel than the Schoeps CMC recording circulating, but I think this seed wins. Compare both for yourself on a stereo, and this will sound better overall IMHO. Thanks a lot Schoeps tubesmasters!|
|11/02/2000||Matt Fisken||You really can't go wrong with either of the schoeps sources for this show, but if I had to pick a "winner", it'd be this one.|
|01/28/2001||Adam Bishop||Solid seed! You can really here all 4 instruments well/evenly from this recording, gotta love those indoor shows. I have not heard the other Schoeps source and don't feel I need to search out another seed since this one is just to my liking. As for the setlist, some nice rarities and sit back and space out to the Cities jam - this one is superb!|
Here's the ffp for the reflac'd version. You know, for those of us who enjoy playing with the metadata: