Tuesday, September 13, 2011

U2 - 2005-06-18 - London Birdman's Twickenham Triple Matrix (FLAC)

U2 - 2005-06-18 - London Birdman's Twickenham Triple Matrix (FLAC)
Venue: Twickenham Rugby Grounds, London, UK

Source 1: OKMIIR > A3 > D100 > Sony 7-pin >Terratec DMX 6 (Wilatw)

Source 2: OKM2r -> A3 -> Archos Gmini 400 (martinick)

Source 3: BBC Digital broadcast (enajh2 copy)

Disc 1:
01. Vertigo
02. I Will Follow
03. The Electric Co.
04. Elevation
05. New Years Day
06. Beautiful Day
07. I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
08. All I Want Is You
09. City Of Blinding Lights
10. Miracle Drug
11. Sometimes You Can't Make It On Your Own
12. Love And Peace Or Else
13. Sunday Bloody Sunday
14. Bullet The Blue Sky
15. Running To Stand Still (Human Rights)

Disc 2:
01. Pride (In The Name Of Love)
02. Where The Streets Have No Name
03. One
04. Zoo Station
05. The Fly
06. Mysterious Ways
07. Yahweh
08. Vertigo

Birdman's Notes:
"Rather than just paste the first 8 songs onto the BBC show, I thought I'd build a complete mix of all three sources. This allows the mix to have a similar sound throughout, making it less of a cut and paste job. The BBC source was also fairly sterile - adding the AUD sources overtop livens it up ;-)  The result is a pretty choice show I think, certainly worth a grab. Here's what was done to each of the three recordings"
Wilatw's source:
- Heavy EQ to make it sound more like the top end of the BBC show. 
- Amplify and add some missing low end and vocals.
Martinick's source:
- Time adjust to match first source.
- fix about 200 pops and glitches from a bad microphone. By hand, each one.
BBC Source:
- Time adjust to match first source.
The mix was able to:
- Remove the BBC announcer
- Work around several unfixable glitches in Martinick's source, particularly in the intros to songs.
- For the most part, unless working around a glitch or an announcer, the mix is 33% of each source. - The first 8 tracks are 50% of the two AUD sources.
Even without the BBC source this would have been an excellent mix. Adding the the BBC source gives the last 2/3 of the show a bit more body, but doesn't overpower the already great mix made by the other two.
Hope you like it - And as always, thanks to the original tapers for their hard work, and for their direct permission to create this mix." Birdman (2005-07-22)

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