DAT-heads Digest #148
ISO: Belle & Sebastian (Brian Gemborys)
The Bags / taping at The Middle East?? ("john e. bogus")
They Might Be Giants Starting 2004-5 Tour ("C Matthews")
Test message ("Dan Kohn")
Recommend a CD Burner? ("Dan Kohn")
Re: Recommend a CD Burner? (Wayne Hoxsie)
Correction on Galactic/Last Call NBC ("Gary Davis")
FS: Audio Technica AT4051a's ("david gatewood")
woe is me / iTunes won't burn DAO / SBE trouble? (acffh)
ISO Dead Bonnaroo set ("Chris Mcgrath")
Re: ISO Dead Bonnaroo set ("Wayne D. Hoxsie Jr.")
From: Brian Gemborys <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: ISO: Belle & Sebastian
Date: Wed, 16 Jun 2004 05:06:00 -0700 (PDT)
Anyone tape them recently on the US West Coast or
elsewhere? Looking for new or different live
recordings of Belle & Sebastian. Lots to trade.
From: "john e. bogus" <email@example.com>
Subject: The Bags / taping at The Middle East??
Date: Wed, 16 Jun 2004 08:27:24 -0400
I will be spending some time in the Boston area (Salem) over the next week
and have been looking around online for something to do while I'm there. So
far, the one show that looks really cool is The Bags playing at a club
called The Middle East.....having never seen this band before and knowing
nothing about the club, I naturally have some taping questions: Does the
band allow taping? What about the venue? Any door search or other taping
related hassles at this club? The venue's website offers "recorded shows
for sale", which implies that the club may want to keep a monopoly on shows
being taped there.... Is anyone here able to share their experience in
taping this band or taping at this particular club? Of course, I'm also
open to suggestions or recommendations on other shows / venues / things to
do in the area.....this would also include things of interest to the wife
such as celebrations of the solstice, etc....
john e. bogus
From: "C Matthews" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: They Might Be Giants Starting 2004-5 Tour
Date: Wed, 16 Jun 2004 08:36:37 -0400
They Might Be Giants (TMBG) will be touring very soon, in celebration of the
release of their new album "The Spine" (July 15th!). Is anyone out there
planning on taping the shows?
If you are planning on taping, I will trade many of my shows for anything
anyway my list is here http://www.geocities.com/kliff_dor/index.htm
So far the following have been annouced with more to come at tmbg.com
7/2 Columbus, OH Promowest Pavilion
7/3 Ann Arbor, MI Ann Arbor Summer Festival University of MI
7/4 Chicago, IL Grant Park
7/7 Madison, WI Barrymore Theatre
7/9 Minneapolis, MN First Avenue Mainroom
7/10 Minneapolis, MN Orchestral Hall - KIDS SHOW!
7/11 Omaha, NE Sokol Auditorium
7/13 Columbia, MO The Blue Note
7/14 St. Louis, MO Mississippi Nights
7/16 Austin, TX Stubbs
7/17-18 Dallas, TX Trees
7/20 Houston, TX Meridian
7/21 New Orleans, LA House of Blues
7/23 Nashville, TN SoBro Summer Nights
7/25 Pittsburgh, PA Mr. Small's Theatre
7/30 Brooklyn, NY Celebrate Brooklyn, Prospect Park Bandshell
7/31 Farmingdale, LI The Downtown
8/11 Seattle, WA Woodland Park Zoo Amphitheater
8/13 Portland, OR 21st Annual Bite of Oregon
Drop me a line, email Kliff_dor@hotmail.com
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From: "Dan Kohn" <email@example.com>
Subject: Test message
Date: Wed, 16 Jun 2004 10:15:35 -0700
This is a test message to the list, please ignore.
From: "Dan Kohn" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Recommend a CD Burner?
Date: Wed, 16 Jun 2004 10:17:17 -0700
Any suggestions on a CD Burner? Everyone I've tried is giving me static
on the CD's (even with write verify, etc., and burning at slow speed ).
Anyone had success with a particular brand/model? The latest I tried
was a TDK VeloCD.
Do ANY of the ATAPI/USB/Firewire burners work, or do I have to go SCSI?
From: Wayne Hoxsie <Wayne@hoxnet.com>
Subject: Re: Recommend a CD Burner?
Date: Wed, 16 Jun 2004 12:34:58 -0500
Dan Kohn wrote:
> Any suggestions on a CD Burner? Everyone I've tried is giving me static
> on the CD's (even with write verify, etc., and burning at slow speed ).
> Anyone had success with a particular brand/model? The latest I tried
> was a TDK VeloCD.
> Do ANY of the ATAPI/USB/Firewire burners work, or do I have to go SCSI?
> -Dan Kohn
I'd start to consider that it may not be the burner that is causing the
problems. I've got about 4 burners on different machines (one is a DVD
burner) and although I still rely mostly on my ancient Yamaha 16x SCSI,
I've not experienced any problems of the type you describe. It may be a
problem with the computer hardware (DMA/Video issues, etc.), it might be
crappy software, or it just might be that you're machine can't keep up.
I'd check these thing out first before buying another burner. Odds
are that the burners are just fine.
Wayne D. Hoxsie Jr.
PGP Key ID 138BCEE1
From: "Gary Davis" <email@example.com>
Subject: Correction on Galactic/Last Call NBC
Date: Wed, 16 Jun 2004 14:11:29 -0700
Although they were scheduled for Wednesday, they actually
played on Tuesday, so unless they are doing two nights in a row,
I'm afraid it's over till the reruns...
From: "david gatewood" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: FS: Audio Technica AT4051a's
Date: Thu, 17 Jun 2004 01:02:59 +0000
I have switched gears yet again, and am selling my AT4051a's. They are
about 1 1/2 years old, and in pristine condition. Each mic includes: body,
cardioid capsule, stand mount, windscreen, leather case, and box. They go
for around $1000/pair. I would like around $700 or trade for MP2 + cash.
Samples are up on sharingthegroove, or I can send something to serious
Will offer a BWT when this is taken care of
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From: acffh <email@example.com>
Subject: woe is me / iTunes won't burn DAO / SBE trouble?
Date: Wed, 16 Jun 2004 20:20:32 -0500
in reference to my recent comments that iTunes is a good program to
burn CD's I must amend that, and possibly retract it entirely.
It seems that iTunes is not able to burn live music cleanly without
bits of blank space at the track points. I suspect that this is the
old Sector Boundary bugaboo, but I have not tested extensively.
I just wanted to make sure that the lossless community knows that CD's
burned with iTunes sound ok in iTunes, but it could be illusory-
"Crossfade playback" prevents one from noticing blank bits padding the
ends of otherwise partially-full CD sectors. At least that is my
hunch. Back to JAM or figuring out how to eliminate SBE trouble before
burning with something like SHNtool. . . which is not a slam-dunk on
the Mac OS.
more to come, undoubtedly.
From: "Chris Mcgrath" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: ISO Dead Bonnaroo set
Reply-To: "Chris Mcgrath" <email@example.com>
Date: Wed, 16 Jun 2004 18:34:18 -0700
OK, I have to hear this, the Dead playing "Shine On You Crazy Diamond"?!?!?!
Please contact me off list if you can help. Thanks, Chris
BWT: Pink Floyd 3-2-88 Budokan Grand Hall, Japan
Sony ECM-939LT>Sony TC-D5M>D2>CD
-Also, anyone in the NW need a ride to Coventry? I'm looking for a rider.
From: "Wayne D. Hoxsie Jr." <Wayne@hoxnet.com>
Subject: Re: ISO Dead Bonnaroo set
Date: Wed, 16 Jun 2004 20:47:20 -0500
Chris Mcgrath wrote:
> OK, I have to hear this, the Dead playing "Shine On You Crazy Diamond"?!?!?!
> Please contact me off list if you can help. Thanks, Chris
> BWT: Pink Floyd 3-2-88 Budokan Grand Hall, Japan
> Sony ECM-939LT>Sony TC-D5M>D2>CD
> -Also, anyone in the NW need a ride to Coventry? I'm looking for a rider.
This is available as a BitTorrent at:
If you can't/won't do BitTorrent, get ahold of me. I've already
downloaded it and can B&P or something.
Bonnaroo Music Festival
Source: AKGc451b's > MP2 > ADC-20 > 7 pin > PCM-M1 @ 48 KHz
Transfer: PCM-M1 > 7 pin > SPDIF > Sound Blaster Live Platinum > cool
edit pro > tracks > resampled to 44.1 KHz at highest setting
Location: Stand 11' high on left side of center walkway rail, 15-20 feet
in front of the soundboard
Taped/Transferred/Seeded by Bill Weed firstname.lastname@example.org
Disc 1 (59:45)
1 Tune up
2 Tennessee Jed >
3 Good Lovin >
4 Self Defense
5 The Weight
6 Me and Bobby McGee >
7 Mr. Charlie >
8 Jack Straw >
9 Casey Jones
Disc 2 (70:23)
1 Tune up
2 St. Stephen >
3 William Tell Bridge >
4 The Eleven >
5 Dark Star > Jam >
6 Shine On You Crazy Diamond > Jam >
7 Dark Star >
8 Drums >
9 Space >
Disc 3 (53:28)
Set 2 Cont.
10 Morning Dew >
11 Help on the Way > Slipknot! >
13 Franklin's Tower >
14 Turn On Your Lovelight
15 crowd/phil's Donor Rap/ Bobby's Vote Rap
16 One More Saturday Night >
17 Box of Rain
18 crowd/ Mickey's Closing Words
minor flaws: Static at set1T02 2:57
Glitch at set2T09 5:09
Wayne D. Hoxsie Jr.
PGP Key ID 138BCEE1
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