Annotation

Karin Bergquist
Linford Detweiler
Rick Plant
Devon Ashley
Kim Taylor

Matrix: 1sbd>D-100 (48k) 2Audix m1290c (DIN, 12 ft. up)>MP-2>Sony MZ-R70

Transfer: 1Tascam DA-20MKII>Audiophile USB>CE Pro 2.0 2Sony MXD-D400>Hosa ODL-276>Audiophile USB>CE Pro 2.0; mixdown>CDWav>FLAC(level8)

Processing included convert to 32 b.f., fades, noise reduction on Source 2 to reduce ventilation noise, -6db with on Source 2 between songs with fades for same, resample Source 1 to 44.1, mixing (70% Source 1 30% Source 2), EQ, minimal Waves L2 with dither to 16bit (Ultra).

The time-aligning of the sources was challenging at times. The variable amounts of reverb (from one song to the next, especially, and sometimes even within a song) complicated this. The reverb on the drums in the d2t10 during the instrumental interplay was particularly difficult to align, as it sounded rather like a mess even in the sbd source. There are still some spots where it is not perfect, but I lack clear visual markers in both sources to clearly align these short spots. It's very, very close, though. There are several places that are perfectly aligned but sound suspicious due to adjustments to the reverb at the board.

*d1t01--a couple of brief instances of feedback
*minidisc swap occurred before d2t07; part of the band introductions come from sbd only

Kim Taylor's opening set will fit at the start of Disc 1; the end-of-disc1 / start-of-disc2 fades and included cover art reflect that placement.

Karin Bergquist
Linford Detweiler
Rick Plant
Devon Ashley
Kim Taylor

Matrix: 1sbd>D-100 (48k) 2Audix m1290c (DIN, 12 ft. up)>MP-2>Sony MZ-R70

Transfer: 1Tascam DA-20MKII>Audiophile USB>CE Pro 2.0 2Sony MXD-D400>Hosa ODL-276>Audiophile USB>CE Pro 2.0; mixdown>CDWav>FLAC(level8)

Processing included convert to 32 b.f., fades, noise reduction on Source 2 to reduce ventilation noise, -6db with on Source 2 between songs with fades for same, resample Source 1 to 44.1, mixing (70% Source 1 30% Source 2), EQ, minimal Waves L2 with dither to 16bit (Ultra).

The time-aligning of the sources was challenging at times. The variable amounts of reverb (from one song to the next, especially, and sometimes even within a song) complicated this. The reverb on the drums in the d2t10 during the instrumental interplay was particularly difficult to align, as it sounded rather like a mess even in the sbd source. There are still some spots where it is not perfect, but I lack clear visual markers in both sources to clearly align these short spots. It's very, very close, though. There are several places that are perfectly aligned but sound suspicious due to adjustments to the reverb at the board.

*d1t01--a couple of brief instances of feedback
*minidisc swap occurred before d2t07; part of the band introductions come from sbd only

Kim Taylor's opening set will fit at the start of Disc 1; the end-of-disc1 / start-of-disc2 fades and included cover art reflect that placement.

Annotation last modified on 2007-09-13 02:35 .

Tracklist

Medium 1
# Title Rating Length
1 All I Need Is Everything
6:00
2 Born
7:48
3 Spark
5:04
4 Lookin' Forward
5:13
5 Anything at All
4:47
6 I Will Not Eat the Darkness
1:47
7 Suitcase
3:28
Medium 2
# Title Rating Length
1 Jesus in New Orleans
7:03
2 Drunkard's Prayer
4:32
3 Give Me Strength
6:17
4 Firefly
5:50
5 Show Me
4:06
6 Moondance
6:43
7 Cruel and Pretty
4:39
8 Hush Now (Stella's Tarantella)
3:22
9 Faithfully Dangerous
5:02
10 My Love Is a Fever
7:12

Credits

Medium 1

writer:
Karin Bergquist (track 1)
Linford Detweiler (track 1)
live recording of:
Born (track 2)

Medium 2

composer:
Linford Detweiler (track 7)
Van Morrison (track 6)
lyricist:
Linford Detweiler (track 7)
Van Morrison (track 6)
writer:
Karin Bergquist (track 2)
Dido (English singer‐songwriter) (track 3)
Pascal Gabriel (track 3)
Paul Statham (track 3)
Linford Detweiler (track 2)
arrangements:
Moondance (arr. Philippe for jazz band) (track 6)
Moondance (arr. Ravizza) (track 6)
live cover recording of:
Give Me Strength (track 3)
Moondance (track 6)
live recording of:
Cruel and Pretty (track 7)
Drunkard's Prayer (track 2)