DAT-heads Digest #189
CSN - Shelburne VT ("Winnie")
Re: FW: There ought to be a law! (Keith Bode)
Gear for Sale ("zach")
ISO: Joan Osborne 2cd Dead comp (Eric Eckberg)
ISO: Black Rider ("Daniel Potter")
information please ("Stephen J Walker")
ISO Elvis Costello - O'Keeffe Center, Toronto (Philip Dinhofer)
Misc. cables for sale ("Bill J")
for sale ("Les Gordon & www.musicworldpa.com")
re: WASP (Colin Liston)
From: "Winnie" <email@example.com>
Subject: CSN - Shelburne VT
Date: Tue, 27 Jul 2004 07:16:55 -0400
DOH!!!! Stealthed my rig into the show only to discover that I forgot to
pack the laptop battery!!! I knew I was going to do something like that
Anyways.... it was a really good show that I'd love to hear again. Anyone
record the show. Please!! I'll offer you a generous trade off my list.
"Without love in the dream it
will never come true."-Robert Hunter
Winnie Olmer mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
CD Trades: http://www.sover.net/~who/trades.htm
From: Keith Bode <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: FW: There ought to be a law!
Date: Tue, 27 Jul 2004 06:44:39 -0700
>Exactly what are one’s legal rights regarding the recording and trading of live concert broadcasts, the like of which are commonly available throughout the worldwide trading community. Can anyone point to legislation that legitimizes such practices? I know someone who’s been curious about this for quite
>some time, and I promised to see what I could find out.
I spoke to a friend in the Los Angeles area who works in entertainment
law about that issue. What his answer was surprised me. If a band has a
policy that allows live recording of their performance, and they also
broadcast a concert on either TV or radio, unless there is a specific
disclaimer in their recording policy, that the recorder is informed of,
and possibly even signed, the band has given away the "Intellectual
property" rights to that performance. This also applies to the GD
policy, and music that has been leaked from the vault, like all the
soundboards. So, legally, according to what I've been told by an
entertainment lawyer, is claims of copyrights and that anyone can't sell
a copy of a show they were permitted to record made by GD Inc, and
others, are not legal. However regardless of his interpretation of the
law, he also said, they have a lot more money to pay lawyers than anyone
else does. So, if you tried to sell these recordings, you would have an
onslaught of legal action, that would effectively tie your hands, and
unless you had the millions to fight the battle in court. Personally,
I'm not willing to do anythng except enjoy the shows I got for free.
From: "zach" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Gear for Sale
Date: Tue, 27 Jul 2004 09:54:49 -0600
Just in time for Coventry......run those split omni tapes :-)
I need to clean out the closet. I don't tape nearly as much as I used
to. All the gear is in good shape.
3 Audio Technica 8410a shockmounts.
(2 have been "re-strung" with elastic from Audio Technica.....they sent
the elastic for free.)
1 is basically brand new....used once.
2 x 20' Monster Performer 500 Microphone Cables
perfect for running that split omni setup at Coventry....
used about 15 times. Great shape, with some adhesive residue on them
from electrical tape used for cable management
1 K&M stand clamp.....save space....run those split omni's.
1 RAK gear backpack
-shelves for your gear!
-perfect fit for V2/3 & DA-P1 & SLA batteries
-Shelves have had courdoroy added for scuff prevention
-side of pack has been cut for cables to enter pack.
photos available at:
I'll cover shipping costs.
Zach AT funkytulip DOT com
From: Eric Eckberg <email@example.com>
Subject: ISO: Joan Osborne 2cd Dead comp
Date: Tue, 27 Jul 2004 09:03:09 -0700 (PDT)
I just got back from Alpine and Deer Creek Dead shows.
While I was there I talked to some nice folks who had
a 2cd compilation of all the Joan stuff from the last
Dead tour. If someone has it please get in
touch, or if it can be downloaded somewhere LMK. I
would like to get it.
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From: "Daniel Potter" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: ISO: Black Rider
Date: Tue, 27 Jul 2004 20:54:07 +0100
Just wondered if anyone here taped a performance of Black Rider at the
Barbican in London?
Also looking for Sparklehorse & Daniel Johnston...
From: "Stephen J Walker" <email@example.com>
Subject: information please
Date: Tue, 27 Jul 2004 18:00:14 -0400
I am trying to find real information on the usability of an Iriver iHP 120
/ 140 and a Nomad Jukebox 3. How hard are they to setup? How easy to use?
How big a file can be recorded? Software needed? Cautions ? Praises?
Please contact me off digest.
From: Philip Dinhofer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: ISO Elvis Costello - O'Keeffe Center, Toronto
Date: Tue, 27 Jul 2004 15:00:44 -0700 (PDT)
Show was approximately 1977 or 1978, sometime in the
fall if I recall correctly.
This has been a holy grail of mine for the past 23
years or so.
Loads to trade.
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From: "Bill J" <email@example.com>
Subject: Misc. cables for sale
Date: Tue, 27 Jul 2004 16:08:32 -0700
Dual XLR female to 1/8" male.
cable length: 24 inches (~ 29" from tip to tip)
Bought in 2001 from soundprofessionals (link here:
$22.00 w/shipping included
Great for short distance soundboard patches
(2) XLR Female to RCA male cables
Neutrik XLR connector, canare cabling
cable length: 15 inches (20" from tip to tip)
Bought in 2003 from Markertek (link here:
$27.00 w/shipping included
Great for use inbetween preamp and SBM-1 (the markertek page shows silver
colored rca connectors mine are gold)
20dB attenuator - 1/8" female to 1/8" male
Bought in 2001 from Core Sound (link here:
$28.00 w/shipping included
great to use inbetween small powered mics when going MIC in vs LINE in.
Sometimes the sound being recorded is too low to use LINE but MIC would come
out distorted. I used mine when I ran core sound mics to a minidisc, and
later using core sound mics to a PCM-M1 going MIC in.
If one buyer for all cables, $65.00 total.
International buyer would require extra shipping costs
Paypal accepted BUT only if sending a non-credit card payment. I will not
pay the extra charges to accept credit card payments.
Money order accepted as well.
I have sold gear here before, references available.
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From: "Les Gordon & www.musicworldpa.com" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: for sale
Date: Wed, 28 Jul 2004 23:59:18 -0400
hello everyone, i have these 2 items for sale.
1. data video se-200 audio/video mixer with keyboard & titling features.
its brand new. all in original packaging. under all factory warantees. $125
2. occean matrix audio video switcher.
this has 8 in's and out's. for audio and s-video. this is great if your
using a set top dvd recorder and have more then one component. you will
never have to change a cable. 1 touch operation changes audio&video for each
channel & source. $100 delivered.
if anyone has any questions, email me at email@example.com or call.
thank you Les.
CD/DVD DUPLICATION & CUSTOM PRINTING
BLANK CD/DVD MEDIA & SUPPLIES
PHONE ORDERS: (215)234-9938
From: Colin Liston <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: re: WASP
Date: Wed, 28 Jul 2004 01:25:31 -0400 (EDT)
So...apparently WASP does not allow taping of ANY kind. I asked the
soundman and he said, "are f**king crazy?" he really said thaa, but HE
plugs into the board with a mini disc.
so stealth WASP, great show really short though.
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