|Show||Phish - Bonnaroo Music Festival Manchester, TN 6/14/09 **24 bit 96 kHz** Josephson C42mp FOB|
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Bonnaroo Music Festival
**24 bit /96 kHz source** I've had such a great time listening and tracking this set in 24bit that I wanted to share it as is. 16 bit has not been uploaded!!!.
Source: Josephson c42mp (NOS) > V3 > Korg MR-1000 (wsd 1bit 2.8 MHz)
Location: FOB/ROC/7.5 ft.high
Transfer: MR-1000 > PC > Audio Gate > Wavelab 6.0 (fades/norm/tracks) > FLAC v1.2.1 (L6) as build in TLH v2.4.1 (Build 160) Files tagged in Foobar.
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Taped & Transferred by: Daniel Kopp (Taperhead@gmail.com) **Team Dirty South**
02. AC/DC Bag >
04. Gotta Jibboo
05. Punch You In The Eye
07. Bathtub Gin
08. Character Zero
09. Tweezer >
10. The Horse >
11 Silent In The Morning
12 Run Like An Antelope
13 Mustang Sally*
14 Bobby Jean*
15. Glory Days*
01. Rock & Roll >
02. Manchester Jam >
03. Light >
04. 46 Days
05. Limb By Limb
07. Backwards Down The Number Line
08. Prince Caspian
09. First Tube
11. Suzy Greenberg >
12. Tweezer Reprise
* w/Bruce Springsteen
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|thank you! I am so excited to hear this! you have made some unbelievable recordings with this rig. thanks for sharing in all it's glory!
|ive heard the portion of this source with bruuuce; and these tapes smoke! great pull Dany!
|sorry to branch slightly off topic, but does anyone know of any free (and not too hard to use for the non-programmer but relatively computer literate user) software for burning 24-bit audio files? I don't have a DVD-Audio player so I'd need to make an audio-only DVD-Video disc.
My Onkyo receiver has a 24/96 mode so it would be cool to check out the difference to my ear b/w 16 and 24 bit. Thanks!
|just connect the computer to the stereo and play it on winamp. The audio out on my PC is pretty lame, and I can still hear the difference.
|"just connect the computer to the stereo and play it on winamp. The audio out on my PC is pretty lame, and I can still hear the difference."
My computer is no where near my main stereo, so that won't work. The speakers on my PC are decent for computer speakers but I seriously doubt the naked ear can appreciate much difference b/w 16 and 24 bit on such limited speakers. Am really only interested in playing a lossless audio disc via my DVD player, which is connected to my receiver...etc
|wait - i just had a thought that might make me really dumb. I have a FLAC-compatible Sandisk player that I connect to the aux jack in my car and also use w/ my nice noise-cancelling headphones. Since these 24-bit files are in the FLAC format, will my Sandisk player play them? That would be swweeeeet.
This is what I use for making a DVD-video (audio-only) disc with these 24bit files.
|this might help:
|You can also buy audio dvd creator. That will drop your 24/96 files down to 16/44.1
|kgilbert 2009-06-25 19:52:56
You can also buy audio dvd creator. That will drop your 24/96 files down to 16/44.1
Yeah, but that would defeat the entire purpose of what he is trying to do which is listen to 24 bit files understand why they kick so much ass.
|Yeah, gilbert. Jeeeez! ;-)
|ITUNES DOES 24 BIT !!! PASS IT ON !!!
|yea, yea yea, I read his post wrong. Sorry big guy!