|Entered by||Jason Sobel|
|Disc Counts||2 / 3|
|Source Summary||SBD > DAT(?) > cd > eac > flac|
|Other Sources (comments)
via lemon2; no info file-... (0) Schoeps m222 (tubes)/mk41>... (2) 3-disc retracking of I.... (2) B&K 4011'S (Ron Dalton's... (2) FOB Schoeps mk4 > kc5 >... (0) SBD > CD; CD > EAC > WAV >... (7) (soundcheck only) Schoeps... (0) B&K 4021 > Apogee AD-1000 >... (0) (FOB) Schoeps mk4 > kc5 >... (0) SBD/AUD matrix; mixed by... (0) flac16; Cable TV... (0)
|10/01/2007||phan_003||This source contains questionable lineage, and may have 2 EAC's in it. Download with caution.|
|10/01/2007||jasonsobel||thi source probably does NOT have two EAC steps in the lineage, but rather, comes from the same source DAT as the originally circulated SHN version of the SBD (http://db.etree.org/shn/18561). The other version is probably the better one to track down, though, because the drop-outs have been patched with an audience recording.|
This new one also has the patches in it. That was my point in the comment section for this torrent.
Which is why it most likely has two dae's in it.
There is no unfilled dropouts. It is exactly the same track wise and timed dropouts.
The seeder thought he was seeding from an old dat he had.
Which isn't the case because the dropouts would be present.
He also said in the comments section that he must have grabbed the wrong set of cda's.
So all of that leads me to believe that he accidentally eac'd and flac'd the already circulating sbd that he burned to cda. So there is the extra dae.
I should clarify a little.
The seeder thought he eac'd the cda's he burned from the DAT he had gotten in 2000.
So this is what he added to the existing
http://db.etree.org/shn/18561 lineage. cd>eac>flac which is stated in his text above after the wrong lineage of SBD>DAT(?). The sbd>DAT is what he thought was on the cda's
from when he got a DAT in 2000.
I guess that's clear enough.
|10/01/2007||jasonsobel||thanks for the clarification.|