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823 shows
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706 shows
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668 shows
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566 shows
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339 shows
458 tapes
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145 shows
171 tapes
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206 shows
252 tapes
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112 shows
160 tapes
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1,072 shows
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162 shows
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297 shows
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435 shows
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369 shows
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77 shows
104 tapes
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74 shows
91 tapes
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10 shows
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57 shows
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1,000 shows
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39 shows
50 tapes
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121 shows
187 tapes
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308 tapes
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307 shows
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76 shows
130 tapes
Leftover Salmon
879 shows
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414 shows
640 tapes
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792 shows
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730 shows
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419 shows
586 tapes
Marco Benevento
197 shows
273 tapes
Marcus King Band
236 shows
318 tapes
Matisyahu
344 shows
442 tapes
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12 shows
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Max Creek
2,011 shows
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228 shows
258 tapes
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148 shows
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Minutemen
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1,855 shows
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361 shows
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88 shows
109 tapes
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390 shows
557 tapes
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43 shows
47 tapes
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27 shows
34 tapes
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85 shows
162 tapes
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43 shows
49 tapes
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385 shows
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882 shows
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537 shows
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29 shows
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124 shows
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156 shows
193 tapes
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665 shows
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777 shows
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297 shows
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255 shows
378 tapes
Quality Cinema Band
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275 shows
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661 shows
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234 shows
344 tapes
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373 shows
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563 shows
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10 shows
11 tapes
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74 shows
93 tapes
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28 shows
28 tapes
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843 shows
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554 shows
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80 shows
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171 shows
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726 shows
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633 shows
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25 shows
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393 shows
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467 shows
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68 shows
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64 shows
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110 shows
384 tapes
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88 shows
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156 shows
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154 shows
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25 shows
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652 shows
740 tapes
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267 shows
349 tapes
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399 shows
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107 shows
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324 tapes
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418 tapes
The Other Ones
76 shows
246 tapes
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1,329 shows
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17 shows
18 tapes
The War on Drugs
63 shows
83 tapes
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144 shows
194 tapes
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195 shows
251 tapes
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164 shows
196 tapes
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12 shows
12 tapes
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464 shows
464 tapes
Turkuaz
129 shows
202 tapes
Twiddle
436 shows
720 tapes
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1,719 shows
3,223 tapes
Vulfpeck
31 shows
42 tapes
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158 shows
211 tapes
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576 shows
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34 shows
46 tapes
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1,346 shows
2,076 tapes
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20 shows
20 tapes
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453 shows
647 tapes
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31 tapes
1971
1/21
SBD
Freeborn Hall, U. of California
Davis, CA, USA
1:54:44
6 tapes
1/22
SBD
Lane Community College
Eugene, OR, USA
57:08
1 tape
1/24
SBD
Seattle Center Arena
Seattle, WA, USA
1:55:16
2 tapes
2/01
SBD
Unknown
Unknown, Unknown
47:27
1 tape
2/18
SBD
Capitol Theater
Late Show Port Chester, NY, USA
3:20:01
12 tapes
2/19
SBD
Capitol Theater
Late Show Port Chester, NY, USA
2:46:37
5 tapes
2/20
SBD
Capitol Theater
Late Show Port Chester, NY, USA
2:39:37
4 tapes
2/21
SBD
Capitol Theater
Late Show Port Chester, NY, USA
2:51:22
6 tapes
2/23
SBD
Capitol Theater
Late Show Port Chester, NY, USA
2:53:10
6 tapes
2/24
SBD
Capitol Theater
Late Show Port Chester, NY, USA
4:51:34
9 tapes
3/03
SBD
Fillmore West
San Francisco, CA, USA
2:17:34
5 tapes
3/14
SBD
Camp Randall Field House, U. of Wisconsin
Madison, WI, USA
3:49:08
3 tapes
3/18
SBD
Fox Theatre
St. Louis, MO, USA
2:32:50
3 tapes
3/20
SBD
Fieldhouse, U. Of Iowa
Iowa City, IA, USA
2:14:44
1 tape
3/21
Exposition Center
Milwaukee, WI, USA
37:41
2 tapes
3/24
SBD
Winterland Arena
San Francisco, CA, USA
2:04:06
4 tapes
4/04
SBD
Manhattan Center
New York, NY, USA
2:34:43
4 tapes
4/05
SBD
Manhattan Center
New York, NY, USA
3:02:16
7 tapes
4/06
SBD
Manhattan Center
New York, NY, USA
2:35:30
7 tapes
4/07
SBD
Boston Music Hall
Boston, MA, USA
1:36:59
5 tapes
4/08
SBD
Boston Music Hall
Boston, MA, USA
2:42:22
6 tapes
4/10
SBD
East Hall Franklin & Marshall Col.
Lancaster, PA, USA
2:26:52
1 tape
4/12
SBD
Civic Arena
Pittsburgh, PA, USA
2:11:35
1 tape
4/13
SBD
Catholic Youth Center
Scranton, PA, USA
2:03:11
3 tapes
4/14
SBD
Christy Mathewson Stadium, Bucknell U.
Lewisburg, PA, USA
2:45:55
4 tapes
4/15
SBD
Allegheny State College
Meadvllle, PA, USA
1:39:37
1 tape
4/17
SBD
Dillon Gym, Princeton U.
Princeton, NJ, USA
2:57:49
6 tapes
4/18
SBD
Lusk Field House, S.U.C.N.Y
Cortland, NY, USA
2:02:47
3 tapes
4/21
SBD
Rhode Island Auditorium
Providence, RI, USA
2:15:57
4 tapes
4/22
SBD
Bangor Municipal Auditorium
Bangor, ME, USA
1:52:54
2 tapes
4/24
SBD
Wallace Wade Stadium, Duke U.
Durham, NC, USA
2:13:22
3 tapes
4/25
SBD
Fillmore East
Early Show New York, NY, USA
2:58:06
4 tapes
4/26
SBD
Fillmore East
Early Show New York, NY, USA
3:34:07
9 tapes
4/27
SBD
Fillmore East
Early Show New York, NY, USA
4:21:00
10 tapes
4/28
SBD
Fillmore East
Early Show New York, NY, USA
4:39:34
9 tapes
4/29
SBD
Fillmore East
Early Show New York, NY, USA
5:14:18
12 tapes
5/29
SBD
Winterland Arena
San Francisco, CA, USA
2:02:44
2 tapes
5/30
SBD
Winterland Arena
San Francisco, CA, USA
1:58:58
2 tapes
6/21
SBD
Chateau d'HerouvilIe
Herouville, France
2:33:57
2 tapes
7/02
SBD
Fillmore West
San Francisco, CA, USA
3:23:15
6 tapes
7/31
SBD
Yale Bowl, Yale U.
New Haven, CT, USA
3:24:17
3 tapes
8/04
SBD
Terminal Island Correctional Fac.
San Pedro, CA, USA
2:11:10
1 tape
8/05
SBD
Hollywood Palladium
Hollywood, CA, USA
2:43:13
10 tapes
8/06
SBD
Hollywood Palladium
Hollywood, CA, USA
3:46:55
13 tapes
8/14
SBD
Berkeley Community Theater
Berkeley, CA, USA
2:16:07
3 tapes
8/15
SBD
Berkeley Community Theater
Berkeley, CA, USA
2:06:51
3 tapes
8/21
Mickey's Barn
Novato, CA
1:44:02
2 tapes
8/23
SBD
Auditorium Theatre
Chicago, IL, USA
3:13:44
4 tapes
8/26
SBD
Gaelic Park
Bronx, NY, USA
2:58:01
6 tapes
9/28
Keith rehearsals
Santa Venetia, CA
3:33:29
2 tapes
9/29
SBD
Studio Rehearsals with Keith Godchaux
Santa Venetia, CA
1:29:52
2 tapes
9/30
SBD
Studio
Santa Venetia, California
53:27
1 tape
10/01
SBD
Studio
Santa Venetia, CA
1:12:58
2 tapes
10/19
SBD
Northrop Auditorium, U. of Minnesota
Minneapolis, MN, USA
3:01:44
2 tapes
10/21
SBD
Auditorium Theatre
Chicago, IL, USA
2:34:38
4 tapes
10/22
SBD
Auditorium Theatre
Chicago, IL, USA
2:36:21
2 tapes
10/23
SBD
Easttown Theatre
Detriot, MI, USA
2:40:27
4 tapes
10/24
SBD
Easttown Theatre
Detriot, MI, USA
2:31:55
2 tapes
10/26
SBD
The Palestra, U. of Rochester
Rochester, NY, USA
2:41:27
1 tape
10/27
SBD
Onondaga County War Memorial
Syracuse, NY, USA
2:22:22
3 tapes
10/29
SBD
Allan Theater
Cleveland, OH, USA
2:39:08
3 tapes
10/30
SBD
Taft Auditorium
Cincinnati, OH, USA
2:41:50
4 tapes
10/31
SBD
Ohio Theatre
Columbus, OH, USA
2:16:00
3 tapes
11/06
SBD
Harding Theater
San Francisco, CA, USA
2:47:08
1 tape
11/07
SBD
Harding Theater
San Francisco, CA, USA
3:52:56
8 tapes
11/11
SBD
Atlanta Municipal Auditorium
Atlanta, GA, USA
1:49:59
2 tapes
11/12
SBD
San Antonio Civic Auditorium
San Antonio, TX, USA
2:09:48
6 tapes
11/14
SBD
Texas Christian U.
Fort Worth, TX, USA
2:27:09
3 tapes
11/15
SBD
Austin Municipal Auditorium
Austin, TX, USA
2:29:41
7 tapes
11/17
SBD
Albuquerque Civic Auditorium
Albuquerque, NM, USA
2:32:10
1 tape
11/20
SBD
Pauley Pavilion, UCLA
Los Angeles, CA, USA
2:36:43
2 tapes
12/01
SBD
Boston Music Hall
Boston, MA, USA
2:02:43
5 tapes
12/02
SBD
Boston Music Hall
Boston, MA, USA
2:54:16
7 tapes
12/04
SBD
Felt Forum
New York, NY, USA
2:16:27
4 tapes
12/05
SBD
Felt Forum
New York, NY, USA
3:32:01
5 tapes
12/06
SBD
Felt Forum
New York, NY, USA
2:56:22
2 tapes
12/07
SBD
Felt Forum
New York, NY, USA
2:29:17
1 tape
12/09
SBD
Fox Theatre
St. Louis, MO, USA
2:04:36
1 tape
12/10
SBD
Fox Theatre
St. Louis, MO, USA
2:56:36
3 tapes
12/14
SBD
Hill Auditorium
Ann Arbor, MI, USA
2:57:43
4 tapes
12/15
SBD
Hill Auditorium
Ann Arbor, MI, USA
2:53:54
6 tapes
12/31
SBD
Winterland Arena
San Francisco, CA, USA
3:18:00
5 tapes
Songs
Sources
SOURCE 1 OF 13
2:45:09
SBD
Transferrer:
Kevin Tobin
SHNID:
gd1971-08-06.dts.tobin.130794.flac16
Source:
<b>DTS-Audio-CD 5.1 Mix</b>; SBD (shnid=96541) Recording Info: SBD -> Master Reel -> CD Transfer Info: CD -> Samplitude Professional v10.02 -> FLAC; All Transfers and Mastering By Charlie Miller + AUD (shn id 127690)
Lineage:
MAR (Harvey Kaslow) @ 7 1/2 ips. > R @ 7 1/2 ips.(Don Wolfe); Transfer info: Akai GX636 direct tape head output > Bottlehead tube tape pre pair Tesla tubes circa 1980 > Apogee Mini Me 24/96 > Apogee Mini DAC monitoring and mastering > FLAC - dts mixing by Kevin Tobin
Taper Notes:
View NotesOther Audio Info: El Paso is from the sbd as it was not on the audience tape. Only major part of song that was missing was about 1 minute close to the end of Lovelight. The audience was much slower than the soundboard (about 2 seconds per minute and it seemed to drag) so I used the sbd as the timing reference. --------------------------------------------------------- - Mixed by [email protected] - FLAC conversion 30-JUL-2014 - Trader Little Helper - Tagged 30-JUL-2014 - Tag&Rename --------------------------------------------------------- Front Left Channel SBD -0db Right Channel SBD -0db Center Mixed to mono -1db SBD Surround Left Channel -0db AUD Right Channel -0db AUD Sub/LFE Mixed to mono -1db SBD -------------------------------------------------------------- More On DTS Today's audio standards are moving towards multi-channel sound, like DTS and Dolby Digital. While the Audio-CD standard (Red Book) hasn't changed to accommodate these new sound formats, it is still possible to go around the specification and to put a 5.1 surround recording on a regular Audio-CD. To play a DTS-Audio-CD you must connect your DVD/CD player via a digital cable (optical or coaxial) to your DTS Dolby-Digital receiver. It is not 100% sure that your receiver will recognize a DTS-Audio CD, so the first time you're trying to playback a DTS-Audio-CD you must do a test to determine if it can. Begin with the volume very low, start the disc and raise the volume gradually. NEVER listen to a DTS-Audio-CD through the analog audio outputs of your CD/DVD player. Burning Instructions Burn them the absolute same way as you would burn any normal Audio-CD from FLAC files. Brokedown House Production
SOURCE 2 OF 13
2:45:09
SBD
Transferrer:
Kevin Tobin
SHNID:
gd1971-08-06.mtx.tobin.130793.flac16
Source:
Matrix 2 Source Mix - SBD (shnid=96541) Recording Info: SBD -> Master Reel -> CD Transfer Info: CD -> Samplitude Professional v10.02 -> FLAC; All Transfers and Mastering By Charlie Miller + AUD (shn id 127690)
Lineage:
MAR (Harvey Kaslow) @ 7 1/2 ips. > R @ 7 1/2 ips.(Don Wolfe); Transfer info: Akai GX636 direct tape head output > Bottlehead tube tape pre pair Tesla tubes circa 1980 > Apogee Mini Me 24/96 > Apogee Mini DAC monitoring and mastering > FLAC - matrix mixing by Kevin Tobin
Taper Notes:
View NotesOther Audio Info: El Paso is from the sbd as it was not on the audience tape. Only major part of song that was missing was about 1 minute close to the end of Lovelight. The audience was much slower than the soundboard (about 2 seconds per minute and it seemed to drag) so I used the sbd as the timing reference. --------------------------------------------------------- - Mixed by [email protected] - FLAC conversion 30-JUL-2014 - Trader Little Helper - Tagged 30-JUL-2014 - Tag&Rename --------------------------------------------------------- Multitrack Mixdown Settings SET ONE Stereo Matrix SBD 0 AUD -0.5 SET TWO Stereo Matrix SBD 0 AUD -0.5 --------------------------------------------------------- Brokedown House Production
SOURCE 3 OF 13
2:41:16
SBD
Rating:
10.00 / 4 ratings
Transferrer:
Charlie Miller
SHNID:
gd1971-08-06.sbd.miller.96541.sbeok.flac16
Source:
SBD -> Master Reel -> CD
Lineage:
CD -> Samplitude Professional v10.02 -> FLAC
Taper Notes:
View NotesPatch Info: (FOB) Sony ECM-22P -> Master Reel supplies: The Other One (1:25 - 2:19) Notes: -- Set 2 is seamless -- WRS Prelude tease after Me And My Uncle -- Master Reel transferred to CD at the Mastering Plant in L.A
SOURCE 4 OF 13
2:42:57
SBD
Rating:
10.00 / 2 ratings
Transferrer:
Chris Chappell
SHNID:
gd1971-08-06.mtx.chappell.97015.flac16
Source:
Matrix of SBD(96541) and AUD (94261) with PATCH AUD(88816)
Taper Notes:
View NotesOf course I frequed when I saw Charlie's SBD seeds of both Hollywood Palladium shows. Recent fresh Apogee A/D transfers of Harvey Kaslow's classic AUDs by Matt Smith (instigated by Dr. Bertrando perhaps?) set the stage for a matrix. The two sources compliment each other nicely, although both sources sound great on their own, so this is by no means a rescue mission, but just another shnid to file away, or play loudly if that's your thing.
SOURCE 5 OF 13
2:43:18
SBD
Rating:
7.25 / 8 ratings
Transferrer:
Hunter Seamons
SHNID:
gd1971-08-06.mtx.seamons.96668.sbeok.flac16
Source:
Matrix mix (SBD/AUD)
Taper Notes:
View Notes*Matrix* ---------------------------------------------------- SBD (shnid=96541): Recording Info: SBD -> Master Reel -> CD Transfer Info: CD -> Samplitude Professional v10.02 -> FLAC (3 Discs Audio / 2 Discs FLAC) All Transfers and Mastering By Charlie Miller [email protected] March 19, 2008 Patch Info: (FOB) Sony ECM-22P -> Master Reel supplies: The Other One (1:25 - 2:19) Notes: -- Set 2 is seamless -- WRS Prelude tease after Me And My Uncle -- Master Reel transferred to CD at the Mastering Plant in L.A. ---------------------------------------------------- AUD (shnid=94261): MR > R > CD > EAC > WAV > FLAC MAR (Harvey Kaslow)* @ 7 1/2 ips. > R @ 7 1/2 ips. (Will Boswell via Rob Bertrando) Maxell UD tape > CD --- R copied @ 7.5 ips using a Revox A-77>A-77 --- Mastered to cd by Matt Smith --- Playback info: R > Akai GX625 > apogee mini me (24/96) > apogee mini dac (monitoring) > Lynx One soundcard > wavelab 5.0 (dithered to 20/44) > CD > EAC > WAV (shntool confirms no sbes) > FLAC (TLH) * Recorded By Harvey Kaslow and Craig Todd (FOB) Sony ECM-22P condenser mikes into a Sony 770 portable 7 '' reel deck. [missing El Paso; shnid=88816 provides Me and Bobby McGee] ----------------------------------------------------- Thank you to Charlie Miller for the SBD transfer, to Harvey Kaslow and Craig Todd for recording the show, and to Rob Bertrando, Will Boswell, and Matt Smith for the AUD transfer. Matrix by Hunter Seamons using Final Cut Pro (FLAC>AIFF>Final Cut>WAV>FLAC) January 3, 2009 Notes: 1) There is about a minute cut in the AUD near the end of Lovelight. There are gaps in the AUD between songs. 2) While the primary AUD did not have Me & Bobby McGee, it did have a significantly longer crowd intro and outro than shnid=88816. 3) The right channel of the AUD was low during the last two songs. This was adjusted.
SOURCE 6 OF 13
2:18:02
Rating:
9.64 / 33 ratings
Taper:
Harvey Kaslow and Craig Todd
Transferrer:
Charlie Miller and Joe B Jones
SHNID:
gd1971-08-06.fob-SonyECM22p.miller.88816.sbeok.flac16
Source:
(FOB) Sony ECM-22P -> Master Reel -> Reel -> Dat -> Cool Edit Pro -> SHN D
Lineage:
SHN -> Cool Edit Pro v2.0 -> Samplitude Professional v9.12 -> FLAC
Taper Notes:
View NotesNotes: -- Disc change is seamless -- Recorded By Harvey Kaslow and Craig Todd -- WRS Prelude tease after Me And My Uncle -- Thanks to Joe B. Jones for his help with the pitch correction -- Remaster of shnid=129
SOURCE 7 OF 13
2:30:27
Rating:
9.00 / 2 ratings
Taper:
Harvey Kaslow
Transferrer:
Matt Smith and Don Wolfe
SHNID:
gd1971-08-06.127690.aud.kaslow-wolfe-smith.flac24
Source:
Lineage: MAR (Harvey Kaslow) @ 7 1/2 ips. > R @ 7 1/2 ips.(Don Wolfe); Transfer info: Akai GX636 direct tape head output > Bottlehead tube tape pre pair Tesla tubes circa 1980 > Apogee Mini Me 24/96 > Apogee Mini DAC monitoring and mastering > FLAC
SOURCE 8 OF 13
2:30:00
Rating:
10.00 / 2 ratings
Taper:
Don Wolfe
Transferrer:
Matt Smith
SHNID:
gd1971-08-06.aud.wolfe.smith.114390.flac24
Source:
Aud.7.5 ips>R(Don Wolfe)
Lineage:
Akai GX636 > Apogee Mini Me @24/96
Taper Notes:
View Notes2 seconds of static during tuning of St Stephen Weather Report Suite tease at the end of Me and My Uncle
SOURCE 9 OF 13
3:46:55
Rating:
8.00 / 5 ratings
Taper:
Craig Todd and Harvey Kaslow
Transferrer:
Jamie Waddell and Matt Smith
SHNID:
gd1971-08-06.GEMS.Smith.Kaslow-Todd.109430.flac24
Source:
FOB Sony ECM-22P mics New Riders - MAR>R@ 7.5 ips.>DVD; GD -
Lineage:
MAR>R@ 7.5 ips>DVD; Akai GX636 (a rare black model) > Apogee Mini Me @24bit/96kHz > Apogee mini DAC (monitoring/mastering) > Lynx One Audio Card > Wavelab 5.0 > FLAC
SOURCE 10 OF 13
2:15:41
Rating:
8.57 / 7 ratings
Taper:
Harvey Kaslow and Craig Todd
Transferrer:
Matt Smith
SHNID:
gd1971-08-06.aud.kaslow.smith.94261.flac16
Source:
(FOB) Sony ECM-22P condenser mikes into a Sony 770 portable 7 '' reel deck @ 7 1/2 ips. .
Lineage:
MAR (Harvey Kaslow)* @ 7 1/2 ips. > R @ 7 1/2 ips. (Will Boswell via Rob Bertrando) Maxell UD tape > CD --- R copied @ 7.5 ips using a Revox A-77>A-77 --- Mastered to cd by Matt Smith --- Playback info: R > Akai GX625 > apogee mini me (24/96) > apogee mini dac (monitoring) > Lynx One soundcard > wavelab 5.0 (dithered to 20/44) > CD ** > EAC > WAV (shntool confirms no sbes) > FLAC (TLH)
Taper Notes:
View NotesWRS Prelude tease after Me And My Uncle I want to thank Will Boswell & Matt Smith for this gem, and especially Matt for his generosity and friendship. 8 5 & 6 1971 are legendary audience recordings. they simply sound great! while I'm sure you're content if not ecstatic with what you already have, there are a few reasons to consider acquiring this dat-less version new to general circulation (and please understand this isn't a competition and I'm not trying to pit Charlie Miller against Matt Smtih). the most recent version to circulate is the one Miller remastered: http://db.etree.org/shninfo_detail.php?shnid=88816 I have no idea why Me and Bobby McGee is missing from this reel there are a few reasons to put this source into general circulation: 1. it's important to preserve your right to choose you're the expert in this case and can decide what sounds best to you. you, the listener, should have the choice. it would be wrong of me to hoard this and rob you of your choice in other words. when it's this close I'm not going to arrogantly tell you what sounds better or best to you. 2. lowest hq generation sources should be available since we're dealing with hq sources in both cases, this source is technically the lowest generation we have seen and should be in circulation at a minimum. that should be a key goal to preserving the music we love so dearly, to make hq sources with the lowest generation available. 3. known transfer another reason to add or prefer this source is we have no idea when or how Miller's most recent versions of these shows were transferred whereas we know Matt recently transferred this reel with professionally endorsed techniques and high end equipment. we simply know Miller received his DATs in 2000. As Miller explains, "I got my DAT of this show back in 2000. I have no clue as to how it was transferred. I'm sure Matt's A>D is better than the one in the deck used back in 2000." 4. unedited hq seeds should circulated at a minimum Miller's source was "remastered" which isn't always a good thing, especially if that's all we have. Raw, hq transfers, should circulate at a minimum and are the best was to preserve the music. Once these sources are available, then remasters may or may not be desirable. But since remasters can make irreversible changes, locking us into the subjective bias of the editor, we need these hq raw transfers before we should consider possible enhancements. In this case, pitch correction has proven to be tricky business. We've seen tech wizards debate whether or not it was done correctly. Since it's very easy to over or under correct, and even tech wizards often disagree, we can only go on what feels, sounds, or seems right. Because of this difficulty, we should make sure sources like this are available. * Recorded By Harvey Kaslow and Craig Todd (FOB) Sony ECM-22P condenser mikes into a Sony 770 portable 7 '' reel deck. ** For the purpose of archival documentation, here are additional notes on how this seed was made, and why it was made this way. As Matt explains: "My basic approach to transferring/mastering is LESS IS MORE. The basic goal should be to attain the cleanest signal possible going TO digital. It all starts with analog Equipment in top condition. I've had my equipment restored and even the tape heads aligned. I also clean all the heads/ect. every reel side I play which is also paramount. Audio cables are very important as well to get a good clean signal. There can be a big difference at times depending on whatever you are using which is a whole other chapter. Now comes the most important part, the A/D conversion. I personally use Apogees just because they are the best in our specific usage IMHO. Apogee's are renowned for their 'UV22HR' dithering algorithm. this specific algorithm is used in about 80% of all the mastering houses across the country and most of the stuff you hear commercially uses this. Even if dithered down to 16/44 it 'sounds' like a 24/96 to put in simple terms. So basically load in at 24/96 then dither down and you've got yourself a nice, clean file to work with. Now the DAT thing. DATS/CD recorders are great but that's really the 'end of the chain' so to speak. I don't mean to be a name dropper but when I was struggling trying to learn the "what the hell's the difference??" debate Jeffrey Norman put it best, "the A/D converters in DATS and CD's are compromised since it's crammed with other equipment resulting in a loss of overall dynamics. a stand alone A/D converter that was made specifically for that purpose before going to DAT/CD/DAW is always the way to go if done correctly"... This simple fact is mainly not even considered (or understood) by most people but still, the most vital part in the transfer chain without question. There is no doubt to me (and others) there is more dynamic range or overall a more defined sound vs. something going into just a DAT/CD recorder from analog. A nice fat(and clean) low end is also part of the result as well lots of times that DAT transfers are missing at times. Proper monitors are also very important too!! I have a Mini DAC hooked into a Hafler 550 watt power amp going to a pair a very nice Audix studio monitors. One needs to HEAR the flat uncolored signal when editing anything IMHO. Otherwise something can be ruined forever b/c some guy decides to NR/EQ and no one will know the difference 20 years from now!! Original transfers should be treated with great care and that's what I basically try to do to the best of my ability. When I get it all done I also have the unique luxury of owning Jerry's old McIntosh stereo system(MR77 tuner,C28 Pre and MC2105 power amp)"
SOURCE 11 OF 13
2:17:32
Rating:
9.82 / 11 ratings
Taper:
Harv Kaslow
Transferrer:
Ben Kaspar and SirMick
SHNID:
gd1971-08-06.fob.kaslow.kasper.sirmick.77457.flac16
Source:
Sony ECM-22P mics > Sony 770 reel deck, 1/4 track 7.5 ips. 40-50 feet back, dead center
Lineage:
D>CD: Fostex D5->SB Live Digi I/O->Cool Edit Pro (by Ben Kasper)
Taper Notes:
View NotesI've been aware for some time that when I originally did the pitch corrction, I didn't get it right on the first 4 tracks. They have now been corrected SIRMick September 2006
SOURCE 12 OF 13
2:18:51
REMASTER
Rating:
9.13 / 16 ratings
Taper:
Harv Kaslow
Transferrer:
Ben Kasper and SIRMick
SHNID:
gd71-08-06.aud.sirmick.30224.sbeok.flacf
Source:
Audience - Sony ECM-22P's (remaster)
Lineage:
Sony ECM-22P mics > Sony 770 reel > Fostex D5 > SB Live Digi I/O > Cool Edit Pro > SHN
Taper Notes:
View Notessource info: Sony ECM-22P mics > Sony 770 reel deck, 1/4 track 7.5 ips. 40-50 feet back, dead center; taped by Rob Bertrando D>CD: Fostex D5->SB Live Digi I/O->Cool Edit Pro (by Ben Kasper) Remaster of <a href="http://db.etree.org/shninfo_detail.php?shnid=129" rel="nofollow">SHNid=129</a> by Sir Mick
SOURCE 13 OF 13
2:14:28
Rating:
9.52 / 198 ratings
Taper:
Rob Bertrando
Transferrer:
Ben Kasper
SHNID:
gd71-08-06.aud.bertrando.yerys.129.sbeok.shnf
Source:
Audience - Sony ECM-22P's
Lineage:
Sony ECM-22P mics > Sony 770 reel > Fostex D5 > SB Live Digi I/O > Cool Edit Pro > SHN
Taper Notes:
View Notes1/4 track 7.5 ips. 40-50 feet back, dead center. - 2 seconds of static during tuning. - Weather Report Suite tease at the end.