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Lineage: JEMS MastersAudience: Nakamichi 700 mics > Sony TCD-D8ALD receiver > Sony TCD-D7master DATs matrixed and cleaned up via Wavelab > master CD-R > xACT verified extraction to .wav.wav mastered by FRADOCA > FLACLineage for the AUD source is unknown.
Audience: Nakamichi 700 mics > Sony TCD-D8
ALD receiver > Sony TCD-D7
master DATs matrixed and cleaned up via Wavelab > master CD-R > xACT verified extraction to .wav
.wav mastered by FRADOCA > FLAC
Butterking for JEMS :
The second of three NW shows on the Elevation tour where JEMS was running multiple recorders of multiple sources (Portland "Live at Leeds" mix being the first).
Up in the fantastic city of Vancouver it was mono ALD and audience recordings of what turned out to be a pretty good show. The resulting composite recording is not perfect by any stretch (ALD feeds have dropouts and there are some here though most if not all static bursts have been patched), but still quite good.
JEMS had never done a properly mastered version of this show like we had with Portland so it was just sort of sitting in the vault gathering dust when we heard Francesco's terrific remaster of the Seattle 4/24/05 ALD matrix. After hearing that I contacted Francesco to see if he would be interested in working on Vancouver which he was, the result of which is the torrent you see before you. He did some terrific work on correcting phase problems and opening up the sonic spectrum. Samples provided so you can judge for yourself.
I figured it was worth getting this up before the new tour hits. Enjoy and thanks to Francesco for lending a hand and doing the torrenting.
Audio / MP3
Bit rate: 192, bit depth: 16, sample rate: 44100, channels: 2
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