Policy Change 11-28-2006 I would like to change the Zero policy on the archive to say NO SBD's from 2006 - present. ~ Thanks....cm
On December 24, 2002, Zero's management gave permission for shows to be hosted at the Archive:
Brian Abramson wrote:
> Would it be OK if fans sent their Zero recordings
Hi there Diana :-),
I dont see why not? :-) :-) :-) Zero has always allowed audience
taping and 99% of the sbds were done in a prior era :-)
Short answer... sure!
Let me know if you have any other questions...
take care and best wishes :-),
"his job is to shed light, not to master!"
(Admin note: Steve Kimock has separately given his permission for his material, as well.)
Zero allows taping at all of its shows, with rare exceptions. We ask however, that you keep a few rules in mind out of courtesy to your non-taper friends. At most shows you should see a notice to indicate just where the taping section is. If it appears that no specific arrangements have been made, please stay to the back of the house or in the balcony. Under no circumstances is taping allowed in front of the stage, and you will be asked to move if you set up there. Please don't bother the sound person for a board patch, as these are not permitted. Last, but surely not least, help prove that live taping is a fun addition to, and not a replacement for, a band's released material by supporting the band and adding some of its releases to your collection. Some of this stuff is from live shows, and is not available anywhere else. To check out what is available, go to the Zero Merchandise page, where you can see some offical slices from the life of Zero.