Splice Label Maker : Filler

Filler sets are those short sets that are used to fill-up a disc or tapes. Filler can be also used to put two artists together on one label.Filler setlist are separated by +.

All examples are generated with the following command line unless otherwise stated:-d -w9999. The -d creates a DAT label (they are smaller and easier to display on a web page). the -w9999 is used to turn off the song wrap; this is done also to save space. for a full explanation of the command line options see the main splice page.

Examples (Basic)

Led Zeppelin - San Francisco 6/2/73
2 CDs
Kezar Stadium
_
rnr->Celeb/dog/hills/hop/since/nq/song->Rain/dac/sth/md/hb/wll/cb/The Ocean
+
Tori Amos - Live 8/92
1 CD
_
Crucify/Silent All These Years/Happy Phantom/Girl/Whole Lotta Love->Thank You/Leather/Smells Like Teen Spirit/China

Standard stuff here. There is not a side break within the Zeppelin setlist, so the Amos set is displayed in a column by itself.

Same label in jewel case form: Jewel Case Back, Jewel Case Front

Examples (Advanced)

Vertical Horizon - Chicago
1 CD
The Chicago Theatre
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{Vertical Horizon}/Intro/Send it Up/You're a God/Shackled/Best I Ever Had/Everything You Want/We Are->The Spirit of Radio
+
Train - 12/2/2000
1 CD
_
{Train}/Intro/It's About You/I Am/She's on Fire/Light My Fire/Meet Virginia/Drops of Jupiter/Eggplant/Free

Vertical Horizon and Train both performed in Chicago on 12/2/2000. This label is for both bands together on a single DAT tape (or disc).
Filler title option was turned off, so splice would not print Train's information at the top of the second column. The exact command line was splice -d -w9999 -ofillerTitle=0.

Same label in jewel case form: Jewel Case Back, Jewel Case Front