June 4, 2011
Location: Row 4, car spot 4.
Gear: Receiver > Cable > Recorder
Recorded at 24bit/44.1khz.
Cleaned up in Adobe Audition and Izotope RX.
Dithered using Izotope MBIT+.
01. Space Oddity
02. Even Better Than The Real Thing
03. I Will Follow
04. Get On Your Boots
06. Mysterious Ways
08. Until The End Of The World
09. All I Want Is You
11. Beautiful day
13. Miss Sarajevo
15. City of Blinding Lights
18. Sunday Bloody Sunday
20. walk On
21. One Video
23. Where The Streets Have No Name
24. Space Child Interlude
25. Hold Me Thrill Me
26. With Or Without You
27. Moment of Surrender
I didn't see the show. I stayed in the car, hit record, and watched a movie. I heard it was a decent show, but nothing too amazing. I was kind of getting bored of the setlist already, although I still enjoy All I Want is You.
I did fall in love with Seattle during this trip, and may move up there eventually. I think I might miss the Bay Area concert scene too much though.
As stated above, this was recorded in the parking lot. Had a pretty solid signal with things jacked up to some biggo antennas. The signal started dropping a bit when the screens came down, effectively cutting off my line of sight to the antenna. As such, Zooropa had a number of dropouts. I did what I could to clean it up, but some spots are a little messy. A few other spots in City/Vertigo/Crazy, but pretty small. Rest of the show is fine to my knowledge.
I remember being frustrated with the reception and watching the lights go out during that stretching, knowing there was nothing I could do to fix the signal (and also guessing what the cause was). Kinda soured me on mixing/piecing the whole show together. It's actually quite a bit more solid than I thought after further review
This is a new type of feed for many folks (at least for 360). It's a crew feed, and would change in style from show to show. Sometimes the mix would change during the show even. This show it seemed to stay pretty steady, sounding very similar to an Edge mix. There are no counts (except for some manual ones in Crazy), but there is a slight click. And of course, there is some crew chatter here and there.
This recording is similar, but different than the other Edge feed posted by the esteemed Nuno. Enjoy both to your liking.
This may be the only upload that I say this...but feel free to mix it, chop it up, remaster it, etc. Don't sell it. I will most likely do a full complete mix eventually, but school is almost starting back up so I might have to go back into my hole. So splice it up all you want with the other recordings. Use for video, etc. I would appreciate a message or something for what you plan to do with it though.
Other than the static cleanup and normalizing, this recording is untouched. No eq/compression/etc.
At this point in time, I do not anticipate uploading out any additional raw feeds, so don't ask at the moment. Like I said, I will probably do a full mix myself.
Special thanks to DS for providing a place to crash and allowing my to run his car battery down. Thanks to MA for providing some amusing commentary during the Seattle trip. Extra thanks to ET, EN, and JW for extra gear loans.
Nothin' but love folks.
Please don't sell this recording in any way - no cash for blanks, 2:1s, or any other form of "getting paid for your time". Just share it freely.
For those interested, there is a mix of the opener Lenny Kravitz over on DIME.