Source: SP-CMC-08 (AT943 cardioid) > CA-9100 > PCM-M10 (LPCM / 44.1 kHz / 16 bit)
Lineage: PCM recorder > WAV > Audacity (adjust volume, EQ, fade in/out) > AIFF > xACT > FLAC (level 8)
Location: Recorded from the balcony, I started at the center, and while trying to adjust the volume, I was already annoyed by the guys in front of me talking a lot. So after The Whip Hand I moved to the left side, but the crowd there was hardly any better, so crowd banter can be heard in-between songs and during quiet parts and even during loud parts. Plus the sound at the venue was not ideal (at least on the balcony), so this is reflected in the recording, still it’s enjoyable to listen to.
Please do not convert this recording to mp3 or other lossy formats unless for personal use. And please do not sell.
Source: SP-CMC-8 Cardioid low sensitivity > SP-SPSB-11 (roll-off@ 16Hz) > Sony PCM-M 10
Transfer: memory card > Wave Wave 16bit/44.1kHz (Dual Mono) > Adobe Audition CS 5.5 > (Normalization) > flac(8)
FLAC > Audacity to re-track > FLAC – 2020-12-11
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