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Clifford Ball Day 1
Plattsburgh Air Force Base
Source: SBD>DAT(99% of the show)
SOAM Sources: AUD SHN(1st minute), 44.1kHz FM DAT For the remainder
Conversion: Tascam DA40 DAT@48kHz > REBA > Wavelab 4.0e > 44.1kHz Wav > CD Wave > SHNv3
**NO DAE WAS INVOLVED**
01. Chalkdust Torture
02. Bathtub Gin
03. Ya Mar
04. AC/DC Bag
06. Divided Sky
01. Halley's Comet>
02. David Bowie
03. Split Open & Melt
06. The Squirming Coil
09. Train Song*
10. Strange Design*
11. Hello My Baby*
01. Mike's Song>
04. Weekapaug Groove
01. Makisupa Policeman>
02. Also Sprach Zarathustra>
03. Down With Disease>
05. Life On Mars
06. Harry Hood
07. E: Amazing Grace
*=acoustic mini-stage setup
To cover the first minute of the FM source for SOAM when the radio DJ was making the station announcement, I used the AUD source that was previously used to cover the entire song. I tried to make this transition as easy on the ears as possible, making the change as close to a "dead spot" as possible. The only "glitch" so to speak on this copy was a fast dropout in David Bowie just before the fast triplet notes at the end (approximately @ 10:29.856). Doing a time based edit (based on the time signature) I did the edit to the best of my abilities, and although it is not perfect it is better than hearing the "crunch" of the dropout....Other than that, this is a flawless representation of the concert....
Seeded 10/14/02 by Mr.Marmar
|Last seeder||Last activity 1 day, 13:16:01 ago|
|Size||1.474 GB (1582356905 Bytes)|
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|requested at www.week4paug.net
more to follow ;)
|Thank you so much! I can't wait to get this source again!
|What an awesome week-end that was....
|Wow, my last show. Never listened, but very much looking forward to it. Thank you much!
|how does this source sound? Ive never gotten any of the FM-seeded shows; are they pretty much just like a straight SBD feed?
|As far as I am concerned, this is THE source for this show.
Do not hesitate :)
|> As far as I am concerned, this is THE source for this show. Do not hesitate :)
I respectfully disagree. The version below, besides sounding warmer and more like a live show, is also significantly more complete. Most obvioius was 1 min and 56 sec of David Bowie cut on this source (great splice and almost inaudible, but still missing almost 2 mins).
Plus this source also has (again inaudible) some sector boundary issues. At every track change there was approx. 0.025 seconds of music dropped.
I will seed the matrix mix for those curious enough can download a song of each and do some comparison shoppin'!
1 last thing. The matrix also includes some very nice high resolution artwork, which for some is a nice treat.
Clifford Ball Day 1
Plattsburgh Air Force Base
August 16, 1996
SBD + AUD Matrix Mix (65%-SBD/35%-AUD)
01 [03:20] Captain Sanity Intro
02 [06:21] Chalkdust Torture
03 [10:30] Bathtub Gin
04 [08:51] Ya Mar
05 [06:25] AC/DC Bag
06 [09:09] Esther >
07 [13:08] Divided Sky
01 [07:16] Halley's Comet >
02 [14:04] David Bowie
03 [13:29] Split Open & Melt
04 [03:49] Sparkle
05 [08:47] Free
06 [10:45] The Squirming Coil
07 [05:05] Waste *
08 [03:51] Talk *
09 [03:11] Train Song *
10 [03:54] Strange Design *
11 [01:29] Hello My Baby *
01 [15:59] Mike's Song >
02 [06:00] Simple >
03 [06:12] Contact >
04 [09:48] Weekapaug Groove
01 [07:55] Makisupa Policeman >
02 [06:26] Also Sprach Zarathustra >
03 [15:20] Down With Disease >
04 [05:20] NICU
05 [03:20] Life On Mars
06 [20:17] Harry Hood
07 [01:55] Amazing Grace
* acoustic, mini-stage
Source: SBD > DAT (99% of the show)
Transfer: Tascam DA40 DAT@48kHz > REBA > Wavelab 4.0e >
44.1kHz Wav > CD Wave > SHNv3 **NO DAE WAS INVOLVED**
Via: The immortal, unstoppable Marmar
Source: FOB: AKG 460B/ck61 > Sonosax SX-M2 > DA-P1 (@ 48kHz)
recorded FOB on a stand
Sony PCM-R500 > M-Audio MicroTrack > CF Card > usb > pc >
WaveLab 5.01b (fades, resample to 44.1 kHz) > CD Wave > FLAC
Recorded by Dave Flaschner
Transferred by Jason Sobel
FLAC/SHNs were decoded to wave. Wavmerge was used to reassemble
the tracks back to 1 long wave. CEP2.0 was used to align &
synch both of the sources. CEP2.0 used to adjust the volume
for the SBD & AUD. This is a 65% SBD, 35% AUD mix.
- Mixed by firstname.lastname@example.org
- FLAC conversion done 01-JAN-2006
- Artwork at 300dpi by email@example.com
- For best results print at the highest resolution onto glossy
photo paper. Design for use in a clear quad jewel case.
Notes (new approach)
The SBD source had some sector boundary issues. At every track
change there was approx. 0.025 seconds of music dropped. This
although completely inaudible, made things difficult to synch.
I had the option to either trim the exact same amount from the
AUD or "add" the missing portion with a patch from either the SBD
or the AUD. In the end I did a combination of all 3. Because
this is only a fraction of a second edit the patches are smooth
and completely undetectable.
This is interesting, check your SBD copies. This SBD source
was mysteriously missing approx 1min 56sec of David Bowie. This
was done with a very clever splice. I went ahead and patched
this missing portion with a DAT SBD copy I have had for years.
I applied 6 second crossfades at each end. This patch is smooth
and most likely undetectable.
Besides the missing material in the middle of the jam in David
Bowie the is a source change at approx 10min 35sec. This source
is sitill SBD but much more "narrow" although still stereo. I went
ahead and patched this with my DAT SBD copy. Under very close
scrutiny this source switch may be detectible.
Split Open and Melt uses 3 diffent sources, all in the very
first minute. It starts off with approx 37 seconds from an FM
DAT source some kind unknown person sent me a year or so ago.
Then switches to approx 25 seconds of a 2 AUD source matrix mix.
This AKG source plus the AUD source that originally patch the
whole first minute. Then at approx 1min 3sec it switches to the
FM DAT source to complete the song. These source switches are
obvious to the listener but is not in jarring or disruptive.
Several second crossfades were used btwn sources to make the
transitions as smooth as possible
I applied a gradual step up increase of +8db to the SBD and
the AUD sources on the acoustic numbers in set 2. Then a
gradual step down to the original recording levels. This is
so you can enjoy the acoustic numbers without increasing the
volume and then blowing your speakers when Mike's Song starts.
This entire show can be rejoined seamlessly on longer media.
This show is available in the following formats:
1. The straight DSBD and FOB: Schoeps MK4
2. SBD + AUD Matrix Mix at 16/44 CD-Audio
3. SBD + AUD Matrix Mix at 24/48 DVD-Audio
4. SBD + AUD DTS-Audio-CD 5.1 Surround Sound
5. SBD + AUD DVD-Audio 5.1 Surround Sound
|There is also just an AUD source from jason sobel and dave flaschner that is pretty sweet.
|Love this!!! Love love love it.
Anyone have http://bt.etree.org/download.php/506627/ph1996-08-17.DSBD.shn.torrent so that I could finish DLing it? I'm stuck at 76.7% and I'm dying to hear it!
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