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MD5 Record Set:    Disc 1    -    Disc 2    -    Disc 3 -    Disc 4 -    Disc 5 -    Disc 6
  • Band / Artist
  • Concert Date
  • RoIO Title
  • Venue
  • Roger Waters
  • 2007-04-27
  • The Darkside of the Globe
  • Globen
  • Town / City
  • State / Prov.
  • Country
  • File Format
  • Stockholm
  • N/A
  • Sweden
  • FLAC
  • Recorder Number
  • Sound Quality
  • Entered By
  • Date Entered
  • Rec 4
  • Very Good
  • fatoldsun
  • 9th of February 2009
					
  • Artist: Roger Waters Title: The Dark Side of the Globe Label: DIG ANOTHER ONE Release: DAOCD1 Venue: Stockholm Globe Arena, Sweden Date: Friday 27th April 2007 Source: Audience recording (row 18, slightly to the left) Lineage: Mics (see notes below)>Sony MZ-RH1 Hi-MD (in PCM + Manual Rec Level mode)>Cubase SX>WAV>FLAC Level 8 DISC ONE: 1. Intro 1:00 2. In the Flesh 4:58 3. Mother 5:12 4. Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun 6:42 5. Shine on You Crazy Diamond 8:52 6. Have a Cigar 5:12 7. Wish You Were Here 5:45 8. Southampton Dock 2:40 9. Fletcher Memorial Home 4:14 10. Perfect Sense pt 1 & 2 7:41 11. Leaving Beirut 9:55 12. Sheep 10:56 DISC TWO: 1. Speak to me / Breathe 3:57 2. On the Run 3:52 3. Time / Breathe reprise 6:46 4. The Great Gig in the Sky 4:50 5. Money 6:30 6. Us and Them 7:47 7. Any Colour You Like 3:28 8. Brain Damage / Eclipse 5:55 9. The Happiest Days of Our Lives 1:39 10. Another Brick in the Wall pt 2 5:45 11. Vera / Bring the Boys Back Home 3:33 12. Comfortably Numb 7:46 Quality: You decide. I think it holds up quite well sonically and I'm hard to please. Bits of applause and cheers now and then, but mostly just between songs. Prominent venue reverb due to the omni characteristics of the mics (see below). Very (VERY) low noise and distortion, however. Mastered in a slight 'smiley face' fashion, i.e. good bass and detailed treble, the main reason being the troublesome contents of the mid frequencies. So perhaps not the preferred version for the purists... Comments: Mindblowingly great show. That goosebump note in Snowy's ABITW2 solo just never ends. Click- and backing tracks discussions aside, this is one helluva performance. Mastering notes: EQ'd to balance microphone characteristics and venue acoustics. Noise reduction was NOT used. NO compression or limiting was applied. WAVES MaxxBass was used carefully to address the flabbiness of the bass frequencies by reconstructing a small amount of the harmonics accordingly. Levels were adjusted manually throughout the entire recording, e.g. reduced slightly during crowd noise inbetween songs. Band introduction was intentionally removed. Mic notes: This is my first bootleg recording ever, so I thought I'd share some lessons learned. It was recorded with custom built A/B stereo electret microphones using Linkwitz modified Panasonic WM61A omnidirectional capsules attached to either side of a baseball cap turned backwards, approximately in the temples area. "A/B stereo" means that the mics are separated by a certain distance. Consequently, the stereo image information is encoded and subsequently deducted by the ears primarily by the time differences between the channels, i.e. a sound coming from the right side hits the right mic a certain amount of time before the left mic, which also gets a certain coloration of the sound due to the fact that the head is partially blocking the path of the sound wave for the left mic. This is basically the way our ears work to locate sounds and produce a sonic perception of the space we're in. This type of mic technique is generally percieved as highly suitable for producing acoustically accurate recordings that create an illusion of "being there", especially when played back through headphones. The drawback to using omni mics (you knew there was one, didn't you?) as opposed to using directional mics is that the balance between the actual sound source and the reflecting sound waves, bouncing off the walls of the venue, tips in favour of the reflections. The recording becomes more "reverby", or "spacey". This time, I chose the omnidirectional capsules only because of their relatively low price and acclaimed sonic qualities (after the Linkwitz modification), not for the pickup pattern per se. They're excellent in all aspects for doing what they do, but I will however most likely try to build a set of high quality directional mics for my next recording. Reverberation is easy to add in post production in case the recording should turn out too dry, but virtually impossible to eradicate if too excessive in the first place. Of course, it also depends on the character of the reverberation, which is a result of the size and shape of the concert venue, which in this case was a text book example of the worst case scenario: a sphere... For the record, the most suitable venue shape would be that of a shoe box. More info on the Linkwitz mod can be found here: http://www.linkwitzlab.com/sys_test.htm#Mic Artwork: 600 dpi jpegs for slimboy double disc case (tray and two-sided folded front insert) and discs. Checksums: # MD5 checksums generated by MD5summer (http://www.md5summer.org) # Generated 2007-06-01 21:34:53 f2a3136a99fa6c34e69d2dd72e27ec1f *D101 Intro.flac 5069a51b2db1be945193b6934149d183 *D102 In the flesh.flac d4f86b7fdf96e2f454f2ad7be2ee23f0 *D103 Mother.flac ae7ae1ef01fd44fa410211defc610162 *D104 Set the controls.flac 59000004a0cb84ca350f5904eb31e45d *D105 SOYCD.flac e30c1d9a40c78a9ccb30736eae8077e0 *D106 Have a cigar.flac 431145a4c95431b6983974bf80af18fa *D107 WYWH.flac 4436e472d5641c61b4e309dd92734fd6 *D108 Southampton dock.flac 18f18161936b258af06383eb7d44ab2f *D109 Fletcher memorial.flac 5ca7ff62184c88dd0cba68ba4887f564 *D110 Perfect sense 1 and 2.flac 59402732fd15372235decf822cbd014a *D111 Leaving Beirut.flac 9563fdf9b8a9ce1df7a0d8aa2265d362 *D112 Sheep.flac 2762095ff7b1d236144a229531ccd638 *D201 Speak to me Breathe.flac 79798e971a5d42f06a1737b3579d2d01 *D202 On the run.flac f576a59a937bd5a8cebf566bbd537621 *D203 Time breathe rep.flac dc45cc6e8216c1db3a14aec74ee48409 *D204 GGITS.flac 3988102e08378e276e3cf6335d21bc5d *D205 Money.flac b7e1027d96db1e66f5489e0de4a6e54c *D206 Us and them.flac 2573d0308b1c6293ff845a74a6814286 *D207 Any colour you like.flac b15800544ec529fcdbcd6807a8847d44 *D208 Brain damage Eclipse.flac c5eef277342c7210cdca98dfba1f65dd *D209 Happiest days.flac da570a9d5392f366ff2bb8f9293e3f2d *D210 ABITWpt2.flac 4cdf23d471f0ac954527c466db269dca *D211 Vera BtBBH.flac 498abd4092f6973e63c7adce2e9f1f5e *D212 CN.flac Please do not alter this recording or artwork other than for Your personal use. If You still can't resist sharing Your 'magnificent remaster', please ask me first. If You're clever enough You'll know where to find me. :-) For non-commercial use only. DO NOT SELL! DO NOT BUY! Just trade... Greets and thanks to the YEESHKUL! community, where this was of course first seeded. Enjoy!