Sound Quality : IEM
Lineage : Receiver > Cords > Recorder @ 24/44.1k
Length : 136.55
01. Space Oddity
02. Even Better Than The Real Thing
03. I Will Follow
04. Get On Your Boots
06. Mysterious Ways
08. Until The End Of The World
09. Paul McG Birthday
10. All I Want Is You
12. Beautiful Day
14. Miss Sarajevo
16. City Of Blinding Lights
18. I'll Go Crazy If I Don't Go Crazy Tonight
19. Sunday Bloody Sunday
21. Walk On
22. Suki Video Interlude
24. Where The Streets Have No Name
25. Video Interlude
26. Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me
27. With Or Without You
28. Moment Of Surrender
Audio Sample :
U2 - Moment Of Surrender - Anaheim 17th June 2011 [IEM]
There was previously an Edge feed shared of this show by another taper, but I was egged into finalizing something from this show for a possible video production. Took it as an opportunity to play with some new settings + ideas I had kicking around. Did a lot of processing to significantly lower the counts + clicks that accompany U2 IEMs, and also boost Bono's vocals. Granted, could just add in Bono's feed, but where's the fun in that? This is more of just a thought experiment, give it a whirl if you like it. Wanted to see how much I could soup up a single Edge feed. If not to your taste, there's an another version of the Edge IEM (although with more static--I think I had better reception) floating around on the interwebs. Although I think that was also mastered differently from another person.
You'll hear some artifacts from the processing at times, mostly where the counts were removed. Just part of the processing trade-off. It's not perfect, but still a good listen.
In addition to the processing to remove the excess + boost the Bono feed, did an assorted variety of remastering tricks. Sounds better to my ears, but I'm not going to pretend it's perfect for everyone. Again, compare to the alternate circulating feed and make your call.
Good show, not quite as good as the outstanding show the next night. The last show of this setlist format, so to say. Also brought their manager Paul McG on-stage for his birthday.