And I’m not infallible - I’ve still screwed up recordings...The first show I recorded was Lemonwheel when I showed up with my D8 and didn't even know about the Oade digital cable. I only was using high-end coaxial for my analog input. (So yes, I've got an analog DAT master of Lemonwheel, which might be worth something to an audiophile somewhere.) During the DWD opener I was adjusting my gain, slipped and shot it up way high and then had to bring it back down 2 or 3 times during the intro. It was one of those noob moments. After Lemonwheel I returned home, returned my D8 in exchange for a DA-P1 and from then on it was seamless digital patching. Haha it may have you been you at some point. Usually I was hooked up with Chad Henderson, who was my first patcher at Lemonwheel.
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