Dave Matthews Band March 23, 1993 Trax Charlottesville, VA Taper: Unknown Source: DSBD DAT>CD: Mike Vernal
Equip: Tascam DA-P1 > Audiomedia III > PowerMac G3/233 w/ Pro Tools 4.3.2 Disc 1: 01: Intro * - 00:52:40 02: Heathcliff's Haiku Warriers * - 03:49:22 03: Minarets *^ - 03:55:51 04: Best of What's Around * - 03:09:31 05: Typical Situation * - 04:25:16 06: All Along the Watchtower * - 04:32:39 07: I'll Back You Up * - 03:20:32 08: Two Step * - 07:49:69 09: Granny - 05:02:69 10: Jimi Thing $ - 22:54:46 Total: 59:52:30 Disc 2: 01: Also Sprach Zarathustra Medley - 07:35:55 02: Ants Marching - 04:46:61 03: So Much To Say - 05:34:63 04: One Sweet World - 09:24:43 05: True Reflections & - 08:08:59 06: Recently - 10:02:60 07: Rhyme & Reason - 09:34:42 Total: 54:48:18 Disc 3: 01: Dancing Nancies - 10:16:62 02: #34 ! - 09:06:49 03: Minarets - 07:47:51 04: Blue Water Baboon Farm - 17:21:69 05: Warehouse - 08:24:47 06: Tripping Billies - 05:18:03 Total: 58:17:56 Editing: Disc One, Tracks 01 - 08 were amplified by a factor of 2.5. Disc One, Track 08 - At some point near the end of this track, I amplified a 2-3 second gap of dead space by a factor of 5, and then faded that same gap in from half volume to full volume, creating a decently smooth transition in amplification factors from 2.5 to 5. Disc One, Track 09 through the end of the show were amplfied by a factor of 5 (yes, a factor of 5). This produced frequent clipping during the show, and I do concede this, but the level of the Carter's drums relative to the band led to his drums being the only instrument I heard that clipped, and that's how I justified it to myself. * - Dave Matthews Solo ^ - Weird problem with vocals switching from left to right channel, and back This problem would have been the soundman's problem, not the DATs. $ - Slight dropout just eliminated by me. Will appear as a slight skip. Sorry. & - Man, true reflections was a problem. Two major dropouts, one around 1:50,the other around 2:35. For the one at 2:30, I put in a line that had already been sung, and then sent it straight into Boyd's solo. Sounds a little weird, but much better than it did at first. There was no salvaging the 1:50 dropout. I did my best, but it's still blatently obvious. Ah well. The third major problem was at 4:45. I don't know what it was, but the song sort of skips a beat again. I didn't touch this one. ! - Weird reverb thang going on at one point. On master DAT.