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|Description||Grateful Dead - February 8, 1986|
Henry J. Kaiser Convention Center - Oakland, CA
SBD -> Cassette Master (Sony D5/Dolby B/TDK MA-R90)
Cassette Master (Nakamichi DR-1/Dolby B) -> Sound Devices 744T (24bit/96k) ->
Samplitude Professional v11.03 -> FLAC/16
(2 Discs Audio / 2 Discs FLAC)
All Transfers and Mastering By Charlie Miller
February 12, 2010
Beyer M88 -> Cassette Master -> CD (shnid=2987) supplies:
Space (0:16 - 0:54)
-- Thanks to Joani Walker and Paul Scotton for the tapes
d1t01 - Tuning
d1t02 - Iko Iko
d1t03 - Little Red Rooster ->
d1t04 - Peggy-O
d1t05 - Beat It On Down The Line
d1t06 - Stagger Lee
d1t07 - It's All Over Now
d1t08 - Bertha ->
d1t09 - One More Saturday Night
d2t01 - Tuning
d2t02 - Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo ->
d2t03 - Franklin's Tower ->
d2t04 - Playin' In The Band ->
d2t05 - China Doll ->
d2t06 - Playin' Jam ->
d2t07 - Drums ->
d2t08 - Space ->
d2t09 - Gimme Some Lovin' ->
d2t10 - Black Peter ->
d2t11 - Sugar Magnolia
d2t12 - Keep Your Day Job
length expanded size cdr WAVE probs filename
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6:17.01 66505196 --- -- --- gd86-02-08d1t02.wav
7:18.60 77404364 --- -- --- gd86-02-08d1t03.wav
9:11.66 97351676 --- -- --- gd86-02-08d1t04.wav
3:26.08 36357260 --- -- --- gd86-02-08d1t05.wav
6:27.21 68316236 --- -- --- gd86-02-08d1t06.wav
7:43.62 81819068 --- -- --- gd86-02-08d1t07.wav
5:53.25 62328044 --- -- --- gd86-02-08d1t08.wav
4:07.08 43589660 --- -- --- gd86-02-08d1t09.wav
0:35.52 6296348 --- -- --- gd86-02-08d2t01.wav
6:14.58 66110060 --- -- --- gd86-02-08d2t02.wav
8:11.25 86671244 --- -- --- gd86-02-08d2t03.wav
9:26.08 99861260 --- -- --- gd86-02-08d2t04.wav
6:16.29 66394652 --- -- --- gd86-02-08d2t05.wav
4:40.01 49394396 --- -- --- gd86-02-08d2t06.wav
6:40.46 70668236 --- -- --- gd86-02-08d2t07.wav
9:02.71 95775836 --- -- --- gd86-02-08d2t08.wav
4:43.11 49947116 --- -- --- gd86-02-08d2t09.wav
7:33.42 80008028 --- -- --- gd86-02-08d2t10.wav
9:23.53 99437900 --- -- --- gd86-02-08d2t11.wav
4:01.01 42514796 --- -- --- gd86-02-08d2t12.wav
128:50.67 1363730508 B (totals for 21 files
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|Size||813.39 MB (852897799 Bytes)|
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|thanks to Charlie Miller and Workingman's Tracker.
|duanebase my HD is screaming in agony from workin over time! thanks bro and as always thanks CM!
|i know what you mean. waiting for my uncle sam check so i can get another external.
|here is the pot calling the kettle black. i have lost so much data in my day. please take a word from the wise. unless you use external hd as storage only expect a two year lifespan. fill it up. catalog content. when done unplug it and put it on the shelf. dont take it for granted that the data will have a level of safety and security there like an internal. you will be better off buying a new computer than purchasing multiple externals. one external for transfers is all one should use on a regular basis. any other externals you have should serve as redundant back ups for the data. the data should be on internal hd and disc for permanent storage.
thank you duanebase.
|i do use externals for storage only bop9. learned my lesson the hard way. can't really afford to buy a whole other computer at this point. unless you want to buy me one :]
|Internal hard drives are NOT permanent storage, neither are CD's, or DVDs (though there are ARCHIVAL QUALITY DVD's available, expensive!)
As far as I know there is no difference between internal and external drives, other than their location. BOTH are prone to failure and BOTH should be backed up on yet another Hard Drive (which unfortunately is also prone to failure).
The only difference you will find in hard drives is the quality of the manufacturer, always read online reviews.
I have found Hitachi drives to be reliable.
My take on hard drives is they are like shoes, they get worn out and you need to replace them every couple of years.
The hard drive which has your computer's operating system, applications, and most of your day to day documents (your primary internal drive, on a PC it is usually the "C" drive) is the one which gets the most abuse, and ends up with the most fragmentation, directory errors, temporary internet garbage, etc... and is probably MORE likely to fail than an external drive which is used just to download music.
Moral of the story, plan on replacing ALL of your hard drives.
Try to have two copies of everything (i.e. two hard drives which contain identical files of all of your shows) Backup drive 1 every week or two, or once a month at least (copying newly acquired shows to drive 2).
Eventually one of these drives will fail.
When this happens buy a new drive and copy everything from the surviving drive onto it.
You then have two copies of all your files yet again.
Repeat process until you die....
I recommend doing this will all irreplaceable data, especially PHOTOS, never have just one copy of anything important to you, because these things fail without any warning.
Here is a link to a Dual external drive which automatically creates a mirrored redundant backup http://eshop.macsales.com/shop/firewire/usb/raid_1/Gmax
I have not taken the plunge and purchased the above mentioned Dual drive, rather Here is a link to the external drives I have been using for the past couple of years. They are built by Newer Technology, I find them to be of much higher quality than the external hard drives found at the Big Box retailers. They have built in USB and Firewire hubs (which is nice for plugging in USB stuff, more convenient than the ones on many PC's, which are often in the back of the PC) and they usually have Hitachi drives.
The retailer specializes in Mac accessories, BUT these hard drives are designed for both PC and Mac (as most external drives are).
I hope this helps anyone who reads it....
|Bop99, good idea to fill it up and then just unplug it and shelf it, this will definitely help in the longevity factor, though does not guarantee against eventual failure...
I have several drives that I have filled up and shelved myself!
|Thank You !!!
|can someone please help us out with a seed. been stuck at %64.9 for quite sometime now
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