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|Show||Phish 10-20-1994 Mahaffey Th/Bayfront ~ St. Petersburg, FL; sen. Me-80's x MD421's|
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|Torrent||Phish1994-10-20.sennME80sX421s.flac.torrent (click to download)|
|db link||http://db.etree.org/shn/85010 | Show | Source|
October 20, 1994
St. Petersburg, FL
Sennheiser ME-80's/KU-3's x Sen. MD421's > Boss BX-4 > denon dtr-80p
(ex tapers section: K. Preuss)
wavelab > cd wave w/ flac
***files are still 48kHz***
Split Open and Melt~>
Split Open and Melt
McGrupp & the Watchful Hosemasters
Nellie Cane *
Chalk Dust Torture
Sample in a Jar
*acoustic (recording levels were adjusted live)
|Last seeder||Last activity 26:05 ago|
|Size||771.54 MB (809022022 Bytes)|
|Num files||23 files|
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|here's one for you...
feel free to take it and convert to 44.1kHz and shn and add that converted one to the db and repost.
|How does one go about converting a 48k to a 44.1k? I want to download this show, but I don't know what to do with it.
|havent heard this one in years, but i remember a great maze and hood. thanks.
|Some freeware programs burn 48k flac files (eg Burrn)
you can download the flac (www.flac.org) program to convert to .wav and burn w/ nero or if needed to be 44.1kHz
use a program like audacity (http://audacity.sourceforge.net)
so many ways to skin a cat...
I use wavelab, but that is not free
|Thanks for the seed and thank you for answering my question.
|k pruess at it again
mad lov to you and your pham hope to see you soon
|Nice boy!!!!!!!!!!! I'll give you a call tomorrow.
|in my opinion, the best freeware that is available for sample rate conversion (SRC) is R8brain.
it only does SRC, but it does it very well.
|also, I just added this to the etree database:
if/when someone resamples to 44.1 kHz and seeds it here, we'll add that one too.
thanks for sharing your source!
|Has been almost 13 years???? Great recording, especially of the acoustic versions of Nellie Cane, Foreplay> Longtime (always a challenge to pick up those up non-mic gems from the audience). This was a beautiful little theater and the show was a blast, its nice to be reunited with those fond memories of a great band playing in a small venue. THANKS FOR THE SEED !!!!
|if anyone is interested in downloading a 44.1 kHz version of this source, I just put it up here:
thanks again for sharing, it sounds great!
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