|Porcupine Tree - Dommelsch Zaal, Tilburg, Netherlands|
|Recorded at the 013 (Dommelsch Zaal), Tilburg, The Netherlands. Great audience recording.
From the info file:
Artist: Porcupine Tree
Title: dvd shoot#1
Date: 15 october 2008
Tour: Fear of a Blank Planet (final leg)
Location: Tilburg, 013, Netherlands
Rating: A- (rated by taper)
Lineage: Church ST-11 Cards - Church pre-amp STC-9000 (high pass filter on) - iRiver H340 (44.1 kHz) - HDD - FLAC
01 - preshow ambiance
02 Fear of a Blank Planet
03 My Ashes
04 - introduction
07 Way out of Here
08 Sleep Together
02 Stars Die
03 What Happens Now
04 Open Car
05 Dark Matter
06 - chat who's coming tomorrow?
07 Weddings Nails
08 Half Light
10 -chat about the long set
11 Blackest Eyes
12 Sleep With No Dreaming
TIME : 75:03
Recorded live at Dommelsch Zaal, 013, Tilburg, Netherlands
Date: 15 october 2008.
Recorded on iRiver H340 using Rockbox, r18339 build 080824.
Recording format: 44.1 Khz WAV
Microphone: Church ST-11 Cardiods with STC-9000 preamp, high pass filter on
Location: right side of venue, 20 mtrs from right speaker stack
Sound enhancement with Soundforge 7.0 / Adobe 2.0
Sound editing with CD Wave editor
Flacs created with FLAC frontend 1.7.1 (level 7)
Steven Wilson (vocals, guitars)
Richard Barbieri (keyboards)
Colin Edwin (bass)
Gavin Harrison (drums)
PREPARING THE RECORDING
The recording itself sounded very well. Not much was done. I corrected volume levels where needed, and added some 'air' by tweaking the high frequencies a bit. Bass was reduced to correct a booming sound. Levels were boosted a bit. The airco was blowing hard at times and at some points the air stream blows over the mics. Other than that no disturbance.
After the correction, tracks were split at sector boundaries.
Flacs are tagged for convenient playback on compatible systems.
ABOUT THE CONCERT
Porcupine Tree came to Tilburg to record for a new dvd. They wanted to document the FOABP tour and also some not frequently played songs. Sound at the venue was loud, but good. At the first half it sounded like they were a bit carefull at their playing, trying not to make mistakes. Steve Wilson even refers to the recording stating that playing in the knowing that this is for posterity doesn't make it easier. Anyway, this is a good and long set by PT. The set had a short intermission after FOABP was played. This had to do with the changing of film for the camera's. I split the discs at this natural pause. Enjoy Porcupine Tree on in great form!
Artwork is included in the Torrent release. I took the photo's myself.
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Please respect the artists work. If you like this, buy their releases.
Prepared by symfan.