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Re: Y2K7 Mp3s



Krispen I don't see us up there yet on the review link, am I looking at an old link?
 
Thanks
 
Jim

 
On 10/27/07, Krispen Hartung <khartung@cableone.net> wrote:
Here is the official MP3 page. I have been posting them as folks give me the okay:
 
http://www.y2kloopfest.com/mp3.html
 
I still have Sunday's files to master, and still waiting for most of Saturday performers to review their clips.
 
Kris
 
 
----- Original Message -----

 
er, uh, are these just for players? I can't see the tunes. I know that ya didn,t mean ta post that to the general list but now that the cats out of the bag may I beg a listen?
a thousand apologies if I'm out of line.
peace
jeff
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, October 26, 2007 11:15 AM
Subject: Re: Y2K7 Mp3s

 
Ahhh...I did not mean to send this to LD. Sorry.
 
Kris
 
----- Original Message -----

 

Thanks, Kris. I now have a great soundtrack for the day. Listening to Per's lovely work right now. It is just so cool. Ahhhhh... Like a dip in a fresh mountain stream. 

 

I think "document" is a good description for the sound having been at a couple of the LoopFests including Y2K6 at the same location, this brings me right into the experience, which is so great. So I dig the "room tone" it's certainly good enough (so far) to make for an exciting and uplifting experience. It might even be more involving than a more perfect recording, at least for some.

 


From: Krispen Hartung [mailto: khartung@cableone.net]
Sent: Friday, October 26, 2007 10:06 AM

Subject: Y2K7 Mp3s

 

Hello all,

 

I have uploaded the first batch of MP3s to my server. Please reveiw your clips. If you are fine with them, let me know and I'll post them on the website. Also, don't forget to send me your favorite picture taken by Mark.

 

A few notes. Last year I recorded directly from the board and the recordings sounded much more studio like and higher quality. This year, as you saw, I was recording live from two condensor mics. Hence, don't expect perfection on these.  On occasion, you can hear audience chatter, things moving around in the back of the room, etc. But I did the best I could to cut out dead air space and bring the recordings up to line level so they are audible. They are a decent documentation of the event, but not CD worthy, in my honest opnion.

 

 

 


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