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|Show||moe. 01/25/08 The Riviera Theater, Chicago, IL - AKG c34 Balcony DFC *16bit*|
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The Riviera Theatre,
source: AKG c34(set 1: supercard, set 2: subcard) > s42 > EAA PSP2 > 722 (24/96)
location: 1st row balcony/dfc
dsp: 722 > cdwave > wavelab5 (Set I: WavesQ8-PanagraphicEQ32bit [see JPEG]) & (resample & Dither) > flac(8)
Recorded, Trasfered and seeded by: Stagger (Josh Evans)
Set I - Disc 1:
1. The Ghost Of Ralph's Mom>
2. Spaz Medicine>
4. Conviction Song1
6. St. Augustine1>
7. Salt Creek1 2>
8. St. Augustine1
Set II - Disc 2:
1. Timmy Tucker>
3. 32 Things3
Set II - Disc 3:
1. Queen of Everything4>
3. Timmy Tucker>
5. Raise A Glass1
6. Bring You Down
1 w/ Allie Kral on fiddle
2 Last time played 02/07/07 (80 shows)
3 w/ Brendan Bayliss on guitar
4 First time played
options: --delete-input-file --sector-align -P 4096 -b 4608 -m -l 12 -e -q 0 -r
moe2008-01-25d1t01.wav: WARNING: skipping unknown sub-chunk 'PAD '
moe2008-01-25d1t01.wav: wrote 44092315 bytes, ratio=0.581
moe2008-01-25d1t01.wav: INFO: sector alignment causing 1 samples to be carried o
moe2008-01-25d1t02.wav: WARNING: skipping unknown sub-chunk 'PAD '
moe2008-01-25d1t02.wav: wrote 33339209 bytes, ratio=0.610
moe2008-01-25d1t02.wav: INFO: sector alignment causing 2 samples to be carried o
moe2008-01-25d1t03.wav: WARNING: skipping unknown sub-chunk 'PAD '
moe2008-01-25d1t03.wav: wrote 43027028 bytes, ratio=0.544
moe2008-01-25d1t03.wav: INFO: sector alignment causing 3 samples to be carried o
moe2008-01-25d1t04.wav: WARNING: skipping unknown sub-chunk 'PAD '
moe2008-01-25d1t04.wav: wrote 41245402 bytes, ratio=0.521
moe2008-01-25d1t04.wav: INFO: sector alignment causing 4 samples to be carried o
moe2008-01-25d1t05.wav: WARNING: skipping unknown sub-chunk 'PAD '
moe2008-01-25d1t05.wav: wrote 68341767 bytes, ratio=0.568
moe2008-01-25d1t05.wav: INFO: sector alignment causing 5 samples to be carried o
moe2008-01-25d1t06.wav: WARNING: skipping unknown sub-chunk 'PAD '
moe2008-01-25d1t06.wav: wrote 14054454 bytes, ratio=0.594
moe2008-01-25d1t06.wav: INFO: sector alignment causing 6 samples to be carried o
moe2008-01-25d1t07.wav: WARNING: skipping unknown sub-chunk 'PAD '
moe2008-01-25d1t07.wav: wrote 56444329 bytes, ratio=0.572
moe2008-01-25d1t07.wav: INFO: sector alignment causing 7 samples to be carried o
moe2008-01-25d1t08.wav: WARNING: skipping unknown sub-chunk 'PAD '
moe2008-01-25d1t08.wav: wrote 6837574 bytes, ratio=0.582
moe2008-01-25d1t08.wav: INFO: sector alignment causing 8 samples to be carried o
moe2008-01-25d2t01.wav: WARNING: skipping unknown sub-chunk 'PAD '
moe2008-01-25d2t01.wav: wrote 72560125 bytes, ratio=0.530
moe2008-01-25d2t01.wav: INFO: sector alignment causing 9 samples to be carried o
moe2008-01-25d2t02.wav: WARNING: skipping unknown sub-chunk 'PAD '
moe2008-01-25d2t02.wav: wrote 115139527 bytes, ratio=0.590
moe2008-01-25d2t02.wav: INFO: sector alignment causing 10 samples to be carried
moe2008-01-25d2t03.wav: WARNING: skipping unknown sub-chunk 'PAD '
moe2008-01-25d2t03.wav: wrote 103607595 bytes, ratio=0.592
moe2008-01-25d2t03.wav: INFO: sector alignment causing 11 samples to be carried
moe2008-01-25d3t01.wav: WARNING: skipping unknown sub-chunk 'PAD '
moe2008-01-25d3t01.wav: wrote 61886082 bytes, ratio=0.554
moe2008-01-25d3t01.wav: INFO: sector alignment causing 536 samples to be carried
moe2008-01-25d3t02.wav: WARNING: skipping unknown sub-chunk 'PAD '
moe2008-01-25d3t02.wav: wrote 69664936 bytes, ratio=0.602
moe2008-01-25d3t02.wav: INFO: sector alignment causing 537 samples to be carried
moe2008-01-25d3t03.wav: WARNING: skipping unknown sub-chunk 'PAD '
moe2008-01-25d3t03.wav: wrote 62048249 bytes, ratio=0.587
moe2008-01-25d3t03.wav: INFO: sector alignment causing 538 samples to be carried
moe2008-01-25d3t04.wav: WARNING: skipping unknown sub-chunk 'PAD '
moe2008-01-25d3t04.wav: wrote 62529949 bytes, ratio=0.530
moe2008-01-25d3t04.wav: INFO: sector alignment causing 539 samples to be carried
moe2008-01-25d3t05.wav: WARNING: skipping unknown sub-chunk 'PAD '
moe2008-01-25d3t05.wav: wrote 29489620 bytes, ratio=0.522
moe2008-01-25d3t05.wav: INFO: sector alignment causing 540 samples to be carried
moe2008-01-25d3t06.wav: WARNING: skipping unknown sub-chunk 'PAD '
moe2008-01-25d3t06.wav: wrote 73668342 bytes, ratio=0.604
moe2008-01-25d3t06.wav: INFO: sector alignment causing 472 zero samples to be ap
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|Finally surfaced. I was wonderin' if you were gonna get this one out. Does it sound better than Milwaukee?
|As I mentioned in the 1/26/08 thread I did what I could to fill out the sound in the first set as it was a bit thin. You can see a picture of the Waves EQ setting in the files set or at:
if you don't want to wait.
On the other hand, the second set sounds simply killer and was the real meat of the show anyway... enjoy all!
|"zmanatl 2008-02-07 11:30:19
Finally surfaced. I was wonderin' if you were gonna get this one out. Does it sound better than Milwaukee?"
Damn Z-Man... I didn't even finish posting the show an you are already on my back?!?!? ;P Maybe Karen was right! (You know I'm joking there!!!!!)
It took a while because I had to get Wayne's laptop so I could edit the first set on my 2 ch system upstairs. The second set does sound better that WI IMHO the first set is passable and probably equal to WI or there abouts...
|so wait, does this source have sector alignment issues? i hate taping at the riv for where you are placed for the ots, but if this is a balcony recording id like to get it. but not if it has sector alignment issues...
|Uggg... no.. it does not have sector alignment issues... that's why I post the FLAC encoding output. FLAC has the option to align on sector boundaries. The info above is the verification of that... it is the same thing as shntool (which I still don't get why people require with FLAC as it is outdated)... both the 16 bit and 24 bit Chicago and WI shows are fine and I promise and upgrade over the TS.
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