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Great 1st leg show. Band in fine form and sound very tight for so early in the tour. Bono's voice sounds great!
Amazing recording! Actually gobsmacked at the sound quality. There are some sound "shifting" and variances in the volume on LAPOE and Vertigo (understanding whoever was recording the ALD was changing some settings to get it right). After these two songs though, wow! Truly astonishing sound! Recording: "Remastered Matrix" - 5 stars
Hard to get an idea from the recording as they sit in the background (quite nicely). But you can hear the audience getting involved at times.
Fantastic bootleg and one of the best from the.
An Cat Dubh / Into the Heart
Sunday Bloody Sunday
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01. Love And Peace Or Else
04. Cry / The Electric Co.
05. An Cat Dubh
06. Into The Heart
07. City Of Blinding Lights
08. Beautiful Day
09. Miracle Drug
10. Sometimes You Can't Make It On Your Own
11. New Year's Day
12. Sunday Bloody Sunday
13. Bullet The Blue Sky
14. Running To Stand Still
01. Pride (In The Name Of Love)
02. Where The Streets Have No Name
04. Zoo Station
05. The Fly
06. Mysterious Ways
07. All Because Of You
This is my remastered version of the original thir13en upload.His work was good
but there was enough room for improvement.First of all the sound had a bad
problem with stereo phase.In fact the left channel was phase reversed!
I adjusted that and i gave more separation between instruments.
The sound was muddy and not very dynamic.I've applied eq,harmonic
enhancement and some limiting.
As i always say i do this only for the pleasure of having
a better and exciting listening experience
without having to mess with the equalizer in your home/car/headphones listening enviroment.
Now the sound is sooo much better!!
You can judge yourself listening to the samples provided.
For all those of you who want a technical insight i can
say that the remastering was done all in 32 bit domain using this equiment :
Mytek Stereo 96 dac (pc optical out)
Dynaudio BM 12 A (connected with vovox xlr cable)
Sennheiser hd 600 (with stefan audio art equinox cable)
Lake people G100 (pro headphone amplifier)
Sonnox Oxford Limiter
I hope you enjoy!!!!
Audio / MP3
Bit rate: 189, bit depth: 16, sample rate: 44100, channels: 2
April 24, 2005
JEMS three-source matrix
IEM (Edge) DAT master + Bono vocal mic via scanner DAT master + Audience Schoeps CCM4 > Aerco > SBM1 > M1 CD-R of DAT master
02 Love And Peace Or Else
05 Cry > The Electric Co.
06 An Cat Dubh > Into The Heart
07 City Of Blinding Lights
08 Beautiful Day
08 Miracle Drug
09 Sometimes You Can't Make It On Your Own
10 New Year's Day
01 Sunday Bloody Sunday
02 Bullet The Blue Sky
03 Running To Stand Still
04 Pride (In The Name Of Love)
05 Where The Streets Have No Name
06 Africa speech
08 Zoo Station
09 The Fly
10 Mysterious Ways
11 All Because Of You
Well now. I can't think of another case (though I'm sure there are some) where we have two matrixes of the same show made from completely different sources.
thir13en Productions has an ALD + Audience matrix posted on U2T by drewwerd a week or two ago. To be honest, I haven't downloaded that show to compare, in part because of our own version (the thir13en post also lacks samples). I was at the show and ran one of the IEM boxes for this recording, though I could swear we too brought in an ALD box but got nothing from it. Such are the vagaries of receiver compatibility.
Also coincidentally, both sources have Schoeps audience sources, though different rigs and different tapers. Trust me on that: JEMS ran two of the components ourselves joined by one of our longtime friends and allies on the audie rig which was done from side, right at the front of the stage where a speaker was well positioned.
This is also the first time we had an isolated vocal to work with in a mix, so J spent a lot of time trying to get the balance of sources right. I think he did an amazing job. He also did a meticulous removal of dropouts and noise to minimize any unpleasantness. You might hear occasional ducking but that to me is much better than bursts of static.
We have some other IEM sources to work from the tour (including the second night in Seattle) but the amount of time it takes to do these right has impacted our output. That being said, I think you'll enjoy this. Samples provided.
Butterking for JEMS
Audio / MP3
Bit rate: 192, bit depth: 16, sample rate: 44100, channels: 2
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"He has to have physio an hour before the show and an hour after. He’s in pain and his muscles need to function. Drumming is the most debilitating thing you can do. It’s like a sports career, where you shouldn’t really be doing it past the age of 35, but nobody knew that when rock’n’roll started. Nobody realised it could be a long career."
- Adam on Larry, 2018
did you know
Regarding the phone call Bono as MacPhisto makes at the RDS Dublin show 28th August 1993 to the United Nations, the reply he gets back is a pre-recorded message from Willie Williams.