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Lindley Meadows, Golden Gate Park
San Francisco, CA
September 28, 1975
Jerry Garcia - Lead Guitar, Vocals
Donna Jean Godchaux - Vocals
Keith Godchaux - Keyboards
Mickey Hart - Drums
Bill Kreutzmann - Drums
Phil Lesh - Electric Bass, Vocals
Bob Weir - Rhythm Guitar, Vocals
Bertha Remaster of the master reel source.
SBD>>MR>>DAT>>CDA>>WAV(EAC)>>SHN>>DAW(Bertha)>>CDA/SHN - Sound A
Digitally remastered using a custom built, Dual-DAW, nicknamed Bertha, by email@example.com on February 6, 2004.
MOTB Release: 0069 16/44.1
Release Date: 2008-05-05
Band: Grateful Dead
Date: 1975-09-28 (Sunday)
Venue: Lindley Meadows - Golden Gate Park
Location: San Francisco, CA
Analog Audience Source: FOB Master Cassettes (MAC)
Medium Stock Brands: MAC = 2 x Maxell UD 120
Analog Lineage: 2 x Sony ECM-270 => Sony TC-152 >> MAC
Analog Sound Preservation: MAC >> Nakamichi DR-8 => Korg MR-1000 >> DSF [1-bit 5.6448 MHz Stereo] >> Korg MR-1000 => Korg AudioGate >> WAV [24/96]
Taped By: Bob Menke and Louis Falanga
Transfer By: Bob Menke
Mastering By: Derek McCabe
Thank you to Jay Ashley for the SBD transfer,
to Bob Menke and Louis Falanga for recording the show,
and to Bob Menke and Derek McCabe for the AUD transfer.
Matrix by Hunter Seamons using Final Cut Pro (SHN & FLAC>AIFF>Final Cut>WAV>FLAC16)
October 24, 2009
d1t01 - Tuning
d1t02 - Help On The Way ->
d1t03 - Slipknot!
d1t04 - The Music Never Stopped
d1t05 - They Love Each Other
d1t06 - Beat It On Down The Line
d1t07 - Franklin's Tower
d1t08 - Big River
d1t09 - It Must Have Been The Roses
d2t01 - Truckin' ->
d2t02 - Jam ->
d2t03 - Drums ->
d2t04 - King Solomon's Marbles ->
d2t05 - Not Fade Away ->
d2t06 - Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad ->
d2t07 - One More Saturday Night
1) While I chose to use the Bertha Remaster (Ashley source) of the SBD (even though I tend to avoid remasters where a bunch of EQ work has been done), I do not consider the Ashley source to be better or worse than the Fink SBD (shnid=9392) - it really is a matter of taste. There are pros and cons to both sources, depending on what one is looking for in terms of sound. If one wants a more accurate representation of the original recording intentions, I would recommend the Fink source. There are good reasons to say why the Fink source is better sonically, but then there are good reasons to say why the Ashley source is better sonically. The Fink source is the more traditional and historically accurate recording, like what you'd find on a Dick's Picks. The Ashley source has some enhancements that give it a lot of ambience (similar to what a matrix attempts to achieve, among other things), and there's some boost in the highs and lows, with a detraction, or side effects, to other aspects of the waveform, most likely. In this sense, the Ashley source is less true to the original recording, and it could be considered a degradation of the original sound. Whatever tricks Ashley employed on the SBD, it sounds more like an indoor recording, like the Grateful Dead are playing at the Paramount Theatre in Oregon or at the Capitol Theatre in New Jersey, not in Golden Gate Park in San Francisco. The fuller, more ambient sound of the Ashley source, however, seems to be more in keeping with what people would want to hear in a matrix source, but that does not rule out the benefits of making a matrix using the Fink source, which I would still consider doing, especially if folk would prefer that instead. In any case, the Bertha Remaster has received very positive reviews at the Archives, including negative ones by people who really know their stuff about audio, but it has been considered an "upgrade" in general (not saying here that it is). Since I did a matrix of the next show (6/3/76) that uses a Bertha source with pleasing results, this keeps things consistent in that respect. Also, mixing in the excellent MOTB AUD helps round out and brighten what the Bertha source may be lacking in.
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I believe this is the first complete recording of this show. There was a 10 second cut in Big River in the AUD, and at the very beginning of Franklin's, and there were cuts in the SBD during Truckin' and GDTRFB. This now has most of the in-between banter and "woman having a baby" updates, previously absent from this SBD source. Some light EQ was performed on the low end of the Ashley recording.
|I was amazed with the MOTB aud the first time I heard it, i'm sure this matrix effort will be even more of a joy to listen to this evening! Thanks Hunter!
|Hunter, you are beyond amazing. There most certainly is a special place in heaven for you. Peace and blessings to you and yours.
|Thanks! as always
|If the ancient Egyptian Weighing of the Heart ceremony is true then Hunter's heart will clearly be lighter than the feather. Thanks again for 5-23-82 matrix - crisp sound of a favorite tape.
|Hunter, your rapidly growing body of work is prodigious, in both senses of the term--wondrous and enormous. Relistening to previous Trix I am always delighted anew by some aspect or another of the aural brilliance there. Clearly, "thank you" is not enough, but here goes another one: THANK YOU....p.s. cheers to the comments posted by warren52 & toomanycds!!!
|thanks hunter. Keep em coming dude!
|I love this guy. He drops bombs and they always hit their mark.
|Many, Many , Many Thanks!!!!! This was one of my first tapes. I can't wait to hear this.
|TY for this. As a DH, I should the answer to this, but how many times did the Dead do HOTW -> S! WITHOUT going into FT? Sure not many. Just curious.
|Nice, Hunter! I'll give it a listen. The matrix I've been working on (and have set aside for awhile) is with the Fink source, so it might be neat to compare them if I ever finish it. Cheers, Matt
|^Nice! Looking forward to it. I think 2 matrixes are in order for this show.
I received a question about the SBD to AUD ratio on this one. The SBD is the heavier source, obviously, but to demonstrate how much AUD is in there, play the first 9 seconds of Franklin's Tower, which is SBD only. Around the 9 second mark, the AUD fades in and brightens the atmosphere a lot. This is even more noticeable on headphones. This brightening, lively effect, is what makes this matrix sound the way it does.
|Thanks ! Killer sound. Nice work.
|Thanks a lot!
|where can I find cover art for these?
Also, if you're taking requests, my favorite show is 1977-02-26
|The Trix cover art will occur when this gets reseeded, some time from now..........I got a bunch of others I'm still working on.
|This is a great site for covers:
|yeah, baby... dunno what that means, but thanks for this. Echoing the famous Woodstock "woman having a baby" bit...
|Thanks, Hunter. This is one of my handful of absolute favorite shows and now you have given us another way to appreciate and understand this music.
Much, much appreciated.
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