First half of the concert on 2003-10-02 at Ferguson Hall in Tampa, Florida.
Ahead of its time, if you ask me. Haven’t listened to this in years and must say that there are lots of very cool things happening. And Canton’s rig was totally homegrown… (((will look around for some pics!!)))
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New sonic barrier around the drumkit. Don’t tap the tank! Don’t feed the drummer! Works really well as it blocks much of the sound of the drums from getting into the guitar microphone. Result better sound for everyone!!!
Getting ready to leave this evening. New photoblog at http://ottmarliebert.com/photoblog – non-flash, and therefore iPad and phone-friendly. Very simple, without navigation or archive or tags or titles… just scroll and stroll and discover.