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 Post subject: Re: 2005 Shows Rereleased in FLAC
PostPosted: Mon December 07, 2015 7:39 pm 
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Sector boundaries errors are like assholes, everyone has one

Some have two, amirite dimejinkey?


I pretty much stopped giving a fuck about them. Most of my mixes were riddled with them as there always going to happen when you manipulate recordings. Luckily Brad was able to get rid of most of them for me, wish I appreciated!


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 Post subject: Re: 2005 Shows Rereleased in FLAC
PostPosted: Sat December 12, 2015 10:07 pm 
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Finally looking at the three shows I grabbed....London, Halifax & Philadelphia...

The two Canadian shows are properly sector aligned, but the Philadelphia show is not. So I guess it depends on whatever fuckhead intern was making the files that day.


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 Post subject: Re: 2005 Shows Rereleased in FLAC
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Nice to finally get this tour in lossless after 10 years.

Listened to Kitchener yesterday and enjoyed it. London is next.


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 Post subject: Re: 2005 Shows Rereleased in FLAC
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Listening to the London show and holy crap what happened to this band?


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 Post subject: Re: 2005 Shows Rereleased in FLAC
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Ugh except this awful version of in my tree


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 Post subject: Re: 2005 Shows Rereleased in FLAC
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Still looks like no CD option for these at the moment -- was there any ETA for those when they made this announcement?


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Ugh except this awful version of in my tree

well that doesn't nail it down to one show.

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 Post subject: Re: 2005 Shows Rereleased in FLAC
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Kevin Davis wrote:
Still looks like no CD option for these at the moment -- was there any ETA for those when they made this announcement?

I don't believe so.


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 Post subject: Re: 2005 Shows Rereleased in FLAC
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Still looks like no CD option for these at the moment -- was there any ETA for those when they made this announcement?

I don't believe so.

Nugs stated they will be coming though.

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 Post subject: Re: 2005 Shows Rereleased in FLAC
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 Post subject: Re: 2005 Shows Rereleased in FLAC
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I'm definitely out for any 2005 show purchases.

Listening back I haven't been very wowed for whatever reason.


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 Post subject: Re: 2005 Shows Rereleased in FLAC
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Listening to Winnipeg now. I kinda like the rawness in the overall sound of the mixes from this tour so far.


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Although it wouldn't hurt to have Mike louder in the mix, this Even Flow solo is totally buried in the noise.


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 Post subject: Re: 2005 Shows Rereleased in FLAC
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Three posts in a row for the natural hat trick.

Listening to London now, this setlist is awesome, especially coming from the 2005 version of the band.


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 Post subject: Re: 2005 Shows Rereleased in FLAC
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chuck taylor wrote:
Three posts in a row for the natural hat trick.

Listening to London now, this setlist is awesome, especially coming from the 2005 version of the band.


Can't go wrong with London '05. It's my favorite for that year. For the sound quality the trade up is the set list indeed and the audience is awesome as well.


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InThePresentTense wrote:
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Three posts in a row for the natural hat trick.

Listening to London now, this setlist is awesome, especially coming from the 2005 version of the band.


Can't go wrong with London '05. It's my favorite for that year. For the sound quality the trade up is the set list indeed and the audience is awesome as well.


Yep. Giving it a second listen right now. I still have 5 or 6 shows from later in the tour that are on my next on my list.


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 Post subject: Re: 2005 Shows Rereleased in FLAC
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Listened to the first 4 shows I purchased in FLAC. So far,

London
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Winnipeg
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Kitchener
Hamilton

in terms of ranking overall performance. Still have MON, OTT, STJ1, AC1, AC2 and PHI shows to get through.

All of them were fun to listen to, but there were lots of small mistakes/flubs in the bottom two shows listed above. Also, not sure if it's because I'm drunk, or just because I'm using iTunes to listen to it (....or both), but the Hamilton show has like 3 separate instances where the last 3 seconds of a track are looped and repeated as the first 3 seconds of the next track. Is this the sector boundary error thing that was discussed earlier in this thread?


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 Post subject: Re: 2005 Shows Rereleased in FLAC
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chuck taylor wrote:
Listened to the first 4 shows I purchased in FLAC. So far,

London
...
Winnipeg
...
Kitchener
Hamilton

in terms of ranking overall performance. Still have MON, OTT, STJ1, AC1, AC2 and PHI shows to get through.

All of them were fun to listen to, but there were lots of small mistakes/flubs in the bottom two shows listed above. Also, not sure if it's because I'm drunk, or just because I'm using iTunes to listen to it (....or both), but the Hamilton show has like 3 separate instances where the last 3 seconds of a track are looped and repeated as the first 3 seconds of the next track. Is this the sector boundary error thing that was discussed earlier in this thread?


Which instances in Hamilton '05 exactly?


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 Post subject: Re: 2005 Shows Rereleased in FLAC
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InThePresentTense wrote:
chuck taylor wrote:
Listened to the first 4 shows I purchased in FLAC. So far,

London
...
Winnipeg
...
Kitchener
Hamilton

in terms of ranking overall performance. Still have MON, OTT, STJ1, AC1, AC2 and PHI shows to get through.

All of them were fun to listen to, but there were lots of small mistakes/flubs in the bottom two shows listed above. Also, not sure if it's because I'm drunk, or just because I'm using iTunes to listen to it (....or both), but the Hamilton show has like 3 separate instances where the last 3 seconds of a track are looped and repeated as the first 3 seconds of the next track. Is this the sector boundary error thing that was discussed earlier in this thread?


Which instances in Hamilton '05 exactly?


End of Jeremy / Start of Betterman ("alright, I'd like you to...try your hand at this one as well")
End of In My Tree / Start of Small Town ("all right, as per your request...")

I double-checked the files with VLC and found the same thing. There might have been one more, but I can't find it immediately off hand. I don't even really mind, but for those keeping score at home or OCD people who need something to chew on, there you go. (Also, I said FLAC above, but I meant ALAC)


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 Post subject: Re: 2005 Shows Rereleased in FLAC
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chuck taylor wrote:
InThePresentTense wrote:
chuck taylor wrote:
Listened to the first 4 shows I purchased in FLAC. So far,

London
...
Winnipeg
...
Kitchener
Hamilton

in terms of ranking overall performance. Still have MON, OTT, STJ1, AC1, AC2 and PHI shows to get through.

All of them were fun to listen to, but there were lots of small mistakes/flubs in the bottom two shows listed above. Also, not sure if it's because I'm drunk, or just because I'm using iTunes to listen to it (....or both), but the Hamilton show has like 3 separate instances where the last 3 seconds of a track are looped and repeated as the first 3 seconds of the next track. Is this the sector boundary error thing that was discussed earlier in this thread?


Which instances in Hamilton '05 exactly?


End of Jeremy / Start of Betterman ("alright, I'd like you to...try your hand at this one as well")
End of In My Tree / Start of Small Town ("all right, as per your request...")

I double-checked the files with VLC and found the same thing. There might have been one more, but I can't find it immediately off hand. I don't even really mind, but for those keeping score at home or OCD people who need something to chew on, there you go. (Also, I said FLAC above, but I meant ALAC)


I'll check to verify this in my FLAC later. I am indeed OCD about stuff like that. I use Foobar2000 and Nightingale to play my FLAC so will have to see.

Have you bought all of the shows yet? I have them all in FLAC but have not listened to them all for these types of glitches yet.


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