2013-05-10 - Full Metal Cruise, Melkweg, Amsterdam, Netherlands Source 1-S2

2013-05-25 12:35
Netherlands
May 10th, 2013
Band: 
Avantasia
Bootleg title: 
Avantasia In The Navy
Line up
Vocals: 
Michael Kiske
Vocals: 
Amanda Somerville
Vocals: 
Tobias Sammet
Vocals: 
Oliver Hartmann
Vocals: 
Bob Catley
Vocals: 
Ronnie Atkins
Vocals: 
Eric Martin
Vocals: 
Thomas Rettke
Guitars: 
Sascha Paeth
Guitars: 
Oliver Hartmann
Drums: 
Felix Bohnke
Backing vocals: 
Thomas Rettke
Backing vocals: 
Amanda Somerville
Track list

Information Avantasia bootleg Full Metal Cruise 2013 Source 1, 2 & Remaster

Recorded by Stephan Thor with a H2N Zoom device.

Equipment: H2N Zoom device -> WAV (PCM S16 LE, 44100kHz/16 bit).

This is the master edition, the raw file in one track, not encoded.

Total playing time: 3 hr 04 min 10 sec

Source 1 & 2: Master size: 1,81 Gb.
 

Version 3: Remastered edition (Source 1)

There is also a remaster edition, with the tracks splitted, there is not a huge upgrade in the sound because the distorted sound still is during the heavier/fastest songs but it sounds better than the master.

Remaster by Gabriele.

Mastering with Adobe Audition 3.0
 CDWAW (tracks splitting)
dMC Converter to FLAC


Quality 1-10

Source 1: 6,5
Source 2: 6,5 (lower)
Version 3: 7


Comments about the show

Recording close than loud-speakers so with distortion in heavier/fast tracks, the micro cannot deal with that easy. But its not in the point of being very annoying, perhaps only in some tracks like : 'Reach Out For The Light'... but the end of the show sounds nice.

Which is the difference between sources? The first source is clearer and with a little higher volume, I think its a little better but in some tracks the second source have less distortion. The third version (not source because the remaster is done from the source 1) its the best version in quality, the bootleg is upgrade, it doesn't sound perfect but better. It keeps with some problems in songs like 'Reach Out For The Light' but less in others.
 

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