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|Description||The Jerry Garcia Acoustic Band|
Early Show - Acoustic Set
Pitch corrected Digital Soundboard (shnid=82275)
2. Deep elem
3. I'm Troubled
4. Spike Driver
5. Blue yodel #9
6. Short Life of Trouble
7 band introduction
8. If I Lose
9. Baby Out Of Jail
10. Ain't No Lie
11. Drifting Too Far
12. Ragged But Right
Digital Soundboard -> DAT 16/48
Transfer By Todd Evans
Editing by Jamie Waddell in Wavelab6.0
SBE FREE 16/44.1 L2 Type2Ultra Noise Shape
A **GEMS** Production www.shnflac.net January 2007
DAT from collection of Todd Evans - firstname.lastname@example.org
DAT > TASCAM DA-20 > M-Audio Audiophile 192 > Soundforge 8.0 wav
Fixed source: FLAC>WAV>Vegas6.0d>FLAC by mattman
Original source pitched ~1.57 steps too high
flac fingerprint file generated by Flac Frontend
length expanded size cdr WAVE problems filename
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6:19.45 66961484 --- -- ---xx jgab1987-10-28.GEMS.FIXED.t02.flac
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3:14.07 34238108 --- -- ---xx jgab1987-10-28.GEMS.FIXED.t06.flac
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4:37.64 49013372 --- -- ---xx jgab1987-10-28.GEMS.FIXED.t12.flac
53:53.68 570461664 B (totals for 12 files, 0.5441 overall compression ratio)
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|Thanks Matt. This would seem to be the source worth grabbing to replace my old copy!
|I'm pretty sure that this isn't a dsbd.
|You would think not due to the original pitch problems. However, after looking at the wav during the pitch correction, the silence looks like several other dsbds I've looked at--no hiss, clear, etc. When you check it out I think you'll conclude that there is no cassette in the lineage.
|Thanks for this! I was tempted to do the pitch correction, but didn't trust my laptop on a source this pristine.
|thank you..i rest easy mattman-**__**
|No question at all - this source is the one to get for this show. If there's such a thing a bluegrass Baccarat, this is it.
|listened to it thru....
|a patch into a snake or speaker or monitor possibly?
|we very well make have the actual exact history of this..may not..lemme talk with Todd...
|> Pitch corrected Digital Soundboard
What was the digital recorder? Was something wrong with the crystal?
Not likely a problem with the recorders, but rather with the sample rates during the transfers. You'll notice there's a soundforge in the lineage, so that's probably where the pitch shift occured.
Mattman I used ASIO drivers from interface to soundforge, there should not have been a pitch issue do SF.
however, if you want a re-transfer of this DAT, I will run do it per this ...
DAT > TASCAM DA-20 (spdif out) -> Apogee Wide Eye spdif interconnect -> Lynx Two Soundcard (spdif in) -> Wavelab 6.0
Just let me know
|ASIO Drivers and 16/48 for the digital transfer recording ...