|Entered by||Matt Vernon|
|Checksums||shn-md5 , st5|
|Disc Counts||0 / 3|
|Source Summary||AKG 480b's (cardoids) -> Lunatec V2 -> Graham Patten ADC-20 -> DA-P1 -> Phillips 765 CDR -> CD; transfer by Justin Halgren; EAC> SHN by Scott Graham|
|Other Sources (comments)
shnf or... (2) FOB (sec 102) Schoeps mk4 >... (3) B&K 4011's > Lunatec V2 >... (0) Schoeps mk41 > kc5 > cmc6 >... (0) AKG 460b/ck61 > V2 > SBM1 >... (0) flac16, 44kHz;... (0) flac16, 44kHz; AKG... (0) flac16, 44kHz;... (1) flac16, 44kHz;... (0) flac16, 48kHz; AKG... (0) flac16, 48kHz; B&K... (0) flac16, 48kHz;... (0) flac16, 48kHz;... (0)
|10/29/2000||Bryan||There is a B&K source around which I think sounds better...|
|11/03/2000||Col. Forbin||I don't know about the B&K source, but the AKG's sound dandy.|
After noting the track lists on the other sources, one can only conlcude this one
is layed out pretty "retarted." Why this person chose to break up the first set and put Antelope
on the beginning of d2 is a mystery. Then the second set is also broken up mid-set. Let's not be scarred of filler
people when you can put the music without any "interruptions" in the flow of the set on 3 discs anyway?
Still great source.