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String Cheese Incident 10/31/01
The Theater at Madison Square Garden, New York, NY
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Entered by Brad Leblanc
Checksums d1 , d2 , d3 , d4 , d1wav , d2wav , d3wav , d4wav
Disc Counts 2 / 4
Media Size
Date Circulated
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12/14/01
04/22/2003
Source Summary Schoeps MK4V's ORTF DFC > Schoeps KC5 active cables > Schoeps CMC6 mic amplifiers > Grace Lunatec V2 > Benchmark AD2K+ @ 24/48 > DAARWIN-24 Laptop (VXPocket, Win2K CLEAR OS build v2.1, Sonic Foundry Vegas Video 2.0) > .wav > Soundforge 5.0 (resampled 48kHz > 44.1kHz in the 24-bit domain at highest quality setting (4/4), with anti-alias filter > bit depth conversion w/ highpass triangular dither and high-pass contour noise shaping, only editing was fades in and out of sets) > CDWav 1.53 > mkw 0.97b > .shn (w/seek tables appended) 
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String Cheese Incident
Paramount Theater @ MSG, NYC
10-31-2001

___________________________________________________________________________

*Dankseed Certification received 2001-12-14*
and posted at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/dankseeds/files/sci01-10-31
Listening test performed by *5* danksters

positive criteria met:
Tracking- OK
Seamless and complete- OK
Lineage listed- OK

negative criteria met:
DAE- NO
Resampled- NO
Diginoise- NO
___________________________________________________________________________


Recorded by:  Dan Heend

Schoeps MK4V's ORTF DFC in tapers section at the perfect equilaterial
triangle sweetspot > Schoeps KC5 active cables > Schoeps CMC6 mic amplifiers
> Grace Lunatec V2 > Benchmark AD2K+ @ 24/48 > DAARWIN-24 Laptop (VXPocket,
Win2K CLEAR OS build v2.1, Sonic Foundry Vegas Video 2.0)

Dan's original .wav files > Soundforge 5.0 (resampled 48kHz > 44.1kHz in the
24-bit domain at highest quality setting (4/4), with anti-alias filter > bit
depth conversion w/ highpass triangular dither and high-pass contour noise
shaping, only editing was fades in and out of sets) > CDWav 1.53 > mkw 0.97b
> .shn (w/seek tables appended)

Resampling and shortening by:  Jamie Lutch, 11/17/2001


Disc 1 53:51
-Set I-
1. Intro 03:01
2. Black and White 10:31
3. Way Back Home 14:38
4. The Hobo Song 04:55
5. Bam! 13:50
6. These Waves 06:55


Disc 2 66:36

1. Rhythm of the Road > 09:19
2. Jam > 08:11
3. Come as You Are   12:52
-Set II-
4. Intro 04:46
5. Sweet Georgia Brown 05:21
6. Instant Karma * 05:58
7. New York New York 06:09
8. So What 07:12
9. No Sleep 'Til Brooklyn ** 06:48

Disc 3 73:36

1. Kang Speak 00:57
2. Howard 14:23
3. Round the Wheel > 23:01
4. Good Times Around the Bend 06:25
5. Joyful Sound > 11:10
6. Land's End 17:40

Disc 4 36:46

1. Texas   20:18
-Encore-
2. Barlow Poem 03:48
3. Shakedown Street *** 12:40


Guests:
* w/ members of the Tom Tom Club
** w/ Rahzel (formerly of The Roots) on beat box
*** w/ Rahzel on beat box and singing Paul Revere (Beastie Boys cover)

Notes:
(SK):
Beginning of second set was a Subway Tour through the various stops on the A
Train as follows:  Sweet Georgia Brown (Harlem - 125th St.), Instant Karma
(The Dakota - 72nd St.), New York New York (42nd St.), So What (Greenwich
Village - 4th St.), No Sleep 'Til Brooklyn (Canal St.) with subway sounds
and narration by John Barlow portraying Walt Whitman.

(DH):
It was a *major* hassle getting into the venue this night.  They made tapers
take everything out of our normal gear bags and put our stuff in white
plastic kitchen garbage bags, and then told us to check our regular bags for
retrieval after the show.  We were all pissed off at this, and many tapers
just decided to blow it off completely, just patch, or they brought in the
minimal amount of stuff.  I brought in the most stuff, and from the looks of
the rigs in the tapers section, nobody brought in a V2, an AD2K+, and
definitely not a laptop (typical).  There were only nine mic stands, not
counting the 1 FOB mic stand.  To further amazement, only 2 mic stands were
actually DFC, the rest being 5 or more feet off of DFC.  One set of mics
were erroneously pointed at the floor, ceiling, and sides as the guy's
mounts were loose.  On the stand that I was on, there was a pair of MBHO
603's, run ORTF with active cables into an MP2 and an M1, and then there was
my rig.  The FOB taper was quite a bit inside the equilateral triangle, so
who knows what happened on his tape.  There wasn't a soul patched out of me
that night, so this may very well be the best recording in the house that
night.  Enjoy.  Hope the listener feels it was worth the extreme effort...


First Time Played:  Instant Karma (John Lennon cover), New York New York
(Harry Belafonte cover), No Sleep 'Til Brooklyn (Beastie Boys cover),
Shakedown Street (Grateful Dead cover)

Thanks to Friends of Cheese & Steve Katz for the setlist
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12/17/2001 Matt Tirey This is a really nice recording. I highly recommend it. Big props to Dan for recording and Jamie for transferring.