November 16, 2005
Microtech Gefell m210 > Grace Design Lunatec V3 > M-Audio MicroTrack (via S/PDIF @ 24 bit, 48kHz)
CF card > pc > WaveLab 5.01b (fades, splice - see note) > CD Wave v1.94.7 > FLAC (level 8 )
recorded from the "section"
Orch Row W, seat 115. under the balcony and left of center
mics were "modified DIN-A" that is, angled 75-80 degrees, spread approx. 17cm
These are 24 bit, 48kHz files and are identical to the original recording.
For a 16 bit, 44.1 kHz version for CD's, you may resample/dither.
or just get a copy of Scott's mk41 source.
Total time - 2 hours, 43 minutes, 30 seconds
01 - [00:47] - 70 Volt Parade * >
02 - [05:11] - Air Said To Me
03 - [05:07] - Shine
04 - [14:02] - Low
05 - [13:44] - Money, Love, and Change
06 - [09:19] - Alive Again ^
07 - [10:16] - Spin
08 - [06:38] - Drifting
09 - [09:47] - 46 Days
10 - [02:09] - band intros / talking
11 - [04:42] - Loving Cup @
12 - [01:13] - The Horse @ >
13 - [05:32] - Silent in the Morning @
14 - [03:56] - Fast Enough For You @
15 - [05:19] - Invisible @**
16 - [04:24] - Sleep Again @
17 - [01:21] - Suzy Greenberg @
18 - [05:08] - Piper @
19 - [10:05] - Night Speaks To A Woman
20 - [21:38] - Push On 'Til The Day ^ >
21 - [08:01] - Ether Sunday >
22 - [07:06] - First Tube
23 - [02:00] - encore break
24 - [05:52] - Come As Melody
* prerecorded version played over the PA as the band walked on stage.
^ with Russell Remington on saxophone and Jen Hartswick on trumpet.
@ Trey solo acoustic
** With Jen and Christina on backing vocals
to avoid a 2 gig file size limit, I had to stop the recording and start a new file.
I did this in between "46 Days" and "Loving Cup". I missed no music, and I didn't
even miss any Trey talking segments. onyl some crowd noise was missing from the recording.
In WaveLab, I crossfaded the two files for a smooth transition. It came out well. If
I didn't just tell you about it, you probably wouldn't even know that it was there. If you
are curious, it happens in Track 10, at approx 01:34