I Like Trains
Wave Gotik Treffen, Altes Landratsamt, Leipzig, Germany

I could not miss the opportunity to make this.

Sources (info taken from tapers .txt files):

Source A, left channel 75%:
Taped by TimeBandit (sorry, man, I know you sayed not to remaster your tape)
- Church Audio CA-11 (Omni Caps) mounted on glasses + Tascam DR-05 @ 24-44
- Cubase (Master, Tracksplitting, DC Offset Remove) >> WAV 16-44 >> Traders Little Helper 2.6.0 (FLAC Level 8, SBE Fix, Checksum)

Source B, right channel 75%:
Taped by scttrbrn
- Edirol R-09 (16/44.1) + Sound Professionals SP-CMC-8 (hat mounted) + SPSB-11 (no bass roll off)
- CoolEdit Pro (fading, limiting crowd volume) >> CDWave (splitting) >> FLAC 1.2.1 (Level 6) >> You (me, ha-ha)


01 - Beacons
02 - Mnemosyne
03 - A Father's Son
04 - We Saw The Deep
05 - The Shallows
06 - A Rook House For Bobby
07 - The Voice Of Reason
08 - We Used To Talk
09 - The Hive
10 - Victress
11 - Terra Nova
12 - These Feet Of Clay
13 - [break]
14 - Reykjavik
15 - [break]
16 - Spencer Perceval

What I did:
Merged recordings to single files (WaveLab). Synchronized them with each other (Audition). Patched the gaps between some tracks in Source A with segments of Source B (Audition) (well done actually, you won't notice the trick). Applied several remastering madskillz to make matrix sound (IMHO) more transparent and bright (WaveLab).

Comments are welcome! Of course this matrix isn't perfect. Listen and feel free to share your opinion.

A word to tapers:
Sorry guys I didn't asked you to use your great recordings in this matrix. And thank you.

I Like Trains are:

David Martin - Vocals, Guitars
Guy Bannister - Guitars, Keyboards, Vocals
Alistair Bowis - Bass, Synthesizers, Vocals
Simon Fogal - Drums
Ian Jarrold - Guitars, Keyboards