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what is SB/EX Soundboard recording?

I have found a bootleg on the net that says:
Sound Source: SB/EX Soundboard recording


So what is that?



Jan.

what is SB/EX Soundboard recording?

Reply #1
Means

Taken from the Soundboard / Exellent quality

(Generally the term used for the best quality bootleg. Though some people call radio broadcasts (or sometimes even audience recordings) for soundboard, and some use the term exellent rather loosely.)

what is SB/EX Soundboard recording?

Reply #2
Ohh..  Thanks.


Jan.

what is SB/EX Soundboard recording?

Reply #3
So I'm tagging my files and I ran into a problem: What would be the appropriate media definition of such a source?
I don't see anything that I think is on target so if someone can help me out I would greatly appreciate it.
This is the media types you can define in an id3v2-tag:



DIG  Other digital media
/A
  Analog transfer from media
ANA Other analog media
/WAC Wax cylinder
/8CA
  8-track tape cassette These have been spotted in the US.
CD CD
/A Analog transfer from media
/DD DDD
/AD ADD
/AA
  AAD
LD Laserdisc
/A
  Analog transfer from media
TT Turntable records
/33 33.33 rpm
/45 45 rpm
/71 71.29 rpm
/76 76.59 rpm
/78 78.26 rpm
/80
  80 rpm
MD MiniDisc
/A
  Analog transfer from media
DAT DAT
/A Analog transfer from media
/1 standard, 48 kHz/16 bits, linear
/2 mode 2, 32 kHz/16 bits, linear
/3 mode 3, 32 kHz/12 bits, nonlinear, low speed
/4 mode 4, 32 kHz/12 bits, 4 channels
/5 mode 5, 44.1 kHz/16 bits, linear
/6
  mode 6, 44.1 kHz/16 bits, 'wide track' play
DCC DCC
/A
  Analog transfer from media
DVD DVD
/A
  Analog transfer from media
TV Television
/PAL PAL
/NTSC NTSC
/SECAM
  SECAM
VID Video
/PAL PAL
/NTSC NTSC
/SECAM SECAM
/VHS VHS
/SVHS S-VHS
/BETA
  BETAMAX
RAD Radio
/FM FM
/AM AM
/LW LW
/MW
  MW
TEL Telephone
/I
  ISDN
MC MC (normal cassette)
/4 4.75 cm/s (normal speed for a two sided cassette)
/9 9.5 cm/s
/I Type I cassette (ferric/normal)
/II Type II cassette (chrome)
/III Type III cassette (ferric chrome)
/IV
  Type IV cassette (metal)
REE Reel
/9 9.5 cm/s
/19 19 cm/s
/38 38 cm/s
/76 76 cm/s
/I Type I cassette (ferric/normal)
/II Type II cassette (chrome)
/III Type III cassette (ferric chrome)
/IV
  Type IV cassette (metal)




If you think that no tag covers it I would like to know that too.


Jan.


what is SB/EX Soundboard recording?

Reply #5
What does those links have to do with anything? :confused:



Jan.

what is SB/EX Soundboard recording?

Reply #6
Come on guys!
Is any of these lines correct for my bootleg! :confused:


Jan.

what is SB/EX Soundboard recording?

Reply #7
Quote
Originally posted by Jansemanden
Come on guys!
Is any of these lines correct for my bootleg! :confused: 


Jan.


I would not know. bercause it depends on the ACTUAL source of your bootleg. If the bootleg is labeled soundboard and you have the title of the bootleg why not do a search on the net and see if some fansite mentions what source (soundboard from concert. radio broadcast. TV broadcast. outtakes) it's really from.

I don't know how you get soundboard recordings from concerts. It will most likely mean that someone plugged into the soundboard and copied the output, but by which means I do not know.

HTH

what is SB/EX Soundboard recording?

Reply #8
It's from a concert.


Jan.

 
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