Taper: Adam Lancaster
2 Source Mix
Source 1: DPA 4061 mics (matched pair) > 9v batt box > Edirol R-09 line-in (WAV @ 24 bit, 48 kHz)
Source 2: Church Audio AT831 > 9v batt box > Edirol R-09 line-in (WAV @ 24 bit, 48 kHz) (NOTE: partial recording due to battery failure)
Location: front of stacks, stage right, approx. 30 feet away
Transfer: SD card > card reader (USB) > WAV
Mastering: Wavlab 3.04a (EQ, dynamic compression, matrixing, dithering and resampling to 16 bit, 44.1 kHz) > CD Wave Editor (track splits) > FLACfrontend
* The final matrix is approximately a 50/50 mix of the two sources, however the second source (AT831) is an incomplete source due to battery problems. The first 15 minutes have both sources, followed by about 8 1/2 minutes of just the DPA source. Then another 10 minutes with both sources, followed by 3 minutes of just the DPA source. Then there is another 5 minutes with both sources, and the rest of the recording after that is just the DPA source.
Do not sell or convert this recording to mp3 and redistribute.
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