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|Description||Grateful Dead 9-28-1972|
Stanley Theater Jersey City, NJ
Bertha Remaster of the patched master reel source
SBD>>MR>>DAT>>CDA>>WAV>>SHN>>FLAC>>DAW(Bertha)>>SHN/CDA - Sound A-
UNK.AUD>>CASS>>???>>DAT>>WAV>>FLAC - Sound D
d1t03-Beat It On Down the Line
d1t08-Don't Ease Me In
d1t12-China Cat Sunflower >>
d1t13-I Know You Rider
d2t01-Playin' In The Band
d2t02-//Bertha >> (Cuts In)
d2t03-Greatest Story Ever Told
d2t06-Me & My Uncle
d2t07-Ramble On Rose
d2t09-He's Gone >>
d3t01-The Other One >>
d3t03-Me & Bobby McGee >>
d3t04-The Other One >>
d3t07-Not Fade Away >>
d3t08-Goin' Down The Road Feelin' Bad >>
d3t09-Not Fade Away
Digitally remastered using a custom built, Dual-DAW, nicknamed Bertha, by email@example.com. Completed on December 12, 2004. http://www.deadacated.com/BerthaRemasters.htm
Source used 26933 via Tol, by Chris Ladner.
Light Digital Noise Reduction was found with Spectral Analysis prior to Bertha Remastering. The same DNR was found on source 12657, which is the source Chris used for 26933. It is not known who applied the noise reduction, but they did a decent job, producing no audible artifacts. The noise reduction had only minor effects on the remastering process. Spectral Analysis also shows three different fingerprints for the soundboard portion. This would tend to indicate that the soundboard portion did not all come from the same source.
The AUD patches are pretty rough. I considered removing them, but decided to leave them in. As the AuD portions transition back into the board, one gets a pretty good feel for the quality of this 72 board.
The soundboard mix is all over the place at the start. No vocals on d1t02 until 5:47. It takes a couple tracks to settle in. Strangely, the channels were swapped towards the beginning of The Other One and I swapped them back.
There are lots of small digiblips throughout. These were, most likely, caused during the transfer. I removed Between 40 and 50 of them by editing individual samples. In addition, a few fade-out/ins were added to clean up transitions.
There is some very sweet sounding early 72 bass in this one.
From the original text file, prior to Bertha Remastering:
Primary Source: SBD>MR>DAT>CDR>WAV>SHN>WAV>FLAC
Secondary source: Unknown audience > C > ? > DAT >WAV > FLAC
d1t01 - Truckin' completely absent from all previous sources; from audience.
d1t02 - muted vocals for 1st ~5:50 of Loser - on all copies.
d1t06 - missing 01:52 seconds of Half Step starting at "Across the rio grand-e-o... (04:00) spliced from audience source
d1t11 - splice from audience source completes the cut in IKYR.
d2t03 - removed short redundancy 05:23.4 - 05:45.7.
d3t05 - Fixed pop at 0:24.4 & 26.9 due to L&R channel inversion & dropout at 12:27.1
d3t06 - Removed 0.77 sec dropout at 0:48.3
length expanded size cdr WAVE probs filename
10:44.62 113747468 --- -- -xx gd72-09-28(Bertha)d1t01.shn
6:38.10 70230764 --- -- -xx gd72-09-28(Bertha)d1t02.shn
3:48.37 40306268 --- -- -xx gd72-09-28(Bertha)d1t03.shn
5:14.47 55500188 --- -- -xx gd72-09-28(Bertha)d1t04.shn
4:01.46 42620636 --- -- -xx gd72-09-28(Bertha)d1t05.shn
6:58.05 73747004 --- -- -xx gd72-09-28(Bertha)d1t06.shn
6:49.69 72309932 --- -- -xx gd72-09-28(Bertha)d1t07.shn
4:10.28 44165900 --- -- -xx gd72-09-28(Bertha)d1t08.shn
4:59.67 52901228 --- -- -xx gd72-09-28(Bertha)d1t09.shn
8:24.48 89018540 --- -- -xx gd72-09-28(Bertha)d1t10.shn
3:21.23 35510540 --- -- -xx gd72-09-28(Bertha)d1t11.shn
6:04.47 64320188 --- -- -xx gd72-09-28(Bertha)d1t12.shn
6:22.64 67535372 --- -- -xx gd72-09-28(Bertha)d1t13.shn
20:43.63 219413420 --- -- -xx gd72-09-28(Bertha)d2t01.shn
5:51.53 62041100 --- -- -xx gd72-09-28(Bertha)d2t02.shn
5:34.52 59039948 --- -- -xx gd72-09-28(Bertha)d2t03.shn
5:47.04 61220252 --- -- -xx gd72-09-28(Bertha)d2t04.shn
1:01.16 10798076 --- -- -xx gd72-09-28(Bertha)d2t05.shn
3:08.22 33214988 --- -- -xx gd72-09-28(Bertha)d2t06.shn
6:27.30 68337404 --- -- -xx gd72-09-28(Bertha)d2t07.shn
4:38.02 49043948 --- -- -xx gd72-09-28(Bertha)d2t08.shn
12:24.67 131399228 --- -- -xx gd72-09-28(Bertha)d2t09.shn
2:44.06 28943756 --- -- -xx gd72-09-28(Bertha)d2t10.shn
20:21.68 215544380 --- -- -xx gd72-09-28(Bertha)d3t01.shn
4:12.05 44464604 --- -- -xx gd72-09-28(Bertha)d3t02.shn
5:42.23 60382940 --- -- -xx gd72-09-28(Bertha)d3t03.shn
3:31.70 37385084 --- -- -xx gd72-09-28(Bertha)d3t04.shn
11:03.50 117070844 --- -- -xx gd72-09-28(Bertha)d3t05.shn
8:46.56 92918156 --- -- -xx gd72-09-28(Bertha)d3t06.shn
4:21.05 46052204 --- -- -xx gd72-09-28(Bertha)d3t07.shn
7:04.10 74817164 --- -- -xx gd72-09-28(Bertha)d3t08.shn
3:50.29 40640252 --- -- -xx gd72-09-28(Bertha)d3t09.shn
214:54.59 2274641776 B (totals for 32 files, 0.5649 overall compression ratio)
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|This torrent is for all the folks who want a QUALITY fileset that they can pass on to others at their favorite QUALITY tracker....oh yeah, and for those who want to finish by morning too ::LOL::
|Nice work, jbyrd. There are people who appreciate the seed purity and quality. Thanks for the extra effort.
|No problem Yurkovic, glad to share with those who know the difference ;)
|I wonder if Tradeshnswithme is grabbing this one! LOL! Thanks for keeping the pool clean.-todd
|Help! I Kan't Play These "Files" On My Dad's Apple MacIntosh I-Pod! What Does "SHN" Mean? Is That Like MP-Three? Somebuddy Pleez Help!
|Thank you jbyrd, you beat me to the punch.
Please folks, keep it clean, keep it **REAL**
|Yeah, I know, I'm being a smartass; I'm one of those jerks who can't tell the diff. between 128 MP3 and 24bit, but don't worry, I don't trade, I just listen to the music play...
|So does that mean this fileset could be called a "Clean Gene"? :-)
Thanks for the "audio cleansing"! :-)
|so on these same lines, could tradeshnswitme's actions been considered "shnocide"?
|way to show tRADEsHnswIThme up....no more "Samurai Seeds"
poor guy's just trying to fit in.....and trying.......and trying
|Lilypad...to answer your earlier question that was previously posted aboit TOL...
Poster: Diana Hamilton Date: May 04, 2005 08:19:28am
Forum: etree Subject: Re: TOL?
Yes. Tol was the victim of a "poison pen" message and has taken his ftp server offline at this time. BTW there were other, incorrect, rumors floating around but this is the essence.
Here is a post of reassurance that Matt Vernon made to DNC on May 1 (Matt, tell me if I overstepped by reposting here and I can edit it back out):
Checking in here. I have some understanding of what is happening. Some time is needed to sort out tol. BUT DO NOT WORRY.
1. The Interent Archive Dead/Phil/etc. projects were designed to partially address the time when tol would no longer be available. tol is a small 3 pc cluster with donated hard drives managed as a hobby. It cannot exist forever. Nothing is permanent.
2. Permission etc.. Things can always change but we are comfortable with the status of the Internet Archive and the works of the Grateful Dead and related bands. Phil has been a strong proponent so I was especially compulsive to get his music up there. At last count there was about 550+ seeds.
3. I had slacked off a bit on getting all the latest gd seeds to the archive from tol's "NEW_SHOW" folder which was the aggregation hub. But anything there will be captured. Just need some time.
4. I need to also think a bit about the next steps if tol is not to be the hub. But these are simple technical problems.
In the last 5 years an incredible amount of time by hordes of people have produced what would have been inconceiveable years back. For whatever reason, the Dead's music has spearheaded technical innovation throughout their existence including the internet. Execept for pornography, the drive for electronic networking of people and music owes much to this specific community.
Re point 3, notice Matt has been able to incorporate some of those new seeds here despite the change to tol. So, Go Matt! And, Hail Tol! :)
This post was modified by Diana Hamilton on 2005-05-04 15:19:28
|I downloaded this a while and just realized that my download wasn't complete. Would some kind soul seed it again so I can finish my download? If so, e-mail me at Lemireacle@gmail.com. Thanks.
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