|Show||Furthur 2010-02-15 Zoom H2 49 kHz 24 bit|
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|db link||http://db.etree.org/shn/106104 | Show | Source|
Monday February 15, 2010
Official Taping Section next to soundboard
source: Zoom H2> OCZ Class C6 8gb HC SD card> audacity (amplify db)>CD Wave
Recorded at 48 kHz 24 bit
converted to flac using Trader's Little Helper
1. Golden Road
3. Good Morning Little Schoolgirl
4. Ramble on Rose
5. Magnolia Mountain
6. Black Peter
8. Next Time You See Me
9. Weir's "Duck Story"
11. Row Jimmy
12. Reuben and Cherise
13. No More Do I
14. Eyes of the World
15. Terrapin Station
16. The Wheel
17. Touch of Grey
Encore: Brokedown Palace
01. tuning 03:12
02. Golden Road 05:24
03. Gloria 09:43
04. Good Morning Little Schoolgirl 07:53
05. Ramble On Rose 09:57
06. Magnolia Mountain 07:05
07. Black Peter 13:55
08. Passenger 08:20
09. Next Time You See Me 05:34
10. Technical difficulties 07:25
11. Weir's Duck Story 02:53
12. "Entropy is the most powerful force of nature" BW 00:06
13. Bertha 08:35
14. Row Jimmy 11:02
15. tuning 01:37
16. Reuban and Cherise 07:43
17. No More Do I 10:44
18. Eyes of the World 14:59
19. Terrapin Station 17:39
20. The Wheel 06:30
21. Touch of Grey 08:20
22. Crowd 03:35
23. Donor Rap 01:19
24. Encore: Brokedown Palace 05:48
Taped and edited by Jeremy Banaszewski
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; generated on February 16, 2010, at 04:07:03
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; generated on February 16, 2010, at 04:10:49
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|Size||1.861 GB (1997919464 Bytes)|
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|Thanks, looking forward to hearing how the recording turned out with an H2. I too own a H2.
|I like it as a backup for my other HDD recorders, it is also the easiest to get off the device since its a SD card. It does pretty well on the lowest db setting and with 90* or 120*, depending on where the stacks are in relation to the recorder.
|how hot was this show?
|Thanks, I added your source to the .db here: http://db.etree.org/shninfo_detail.php?shnid=106104
|thanks ekoostikal, gratefuldave the show was excellent and full of energy at the show. The show sounds like an 8 out of 10 to me on tape.
|Anyone seen the Fairfax show around? Not too many tapers but they were there. Many are probably on tour and just haven't had time to up them.
|this show was definitely hot, and the band played pretty good too
|sorry 'bout the slow upload speed, internet here sucks and i am going back an forth from ~30 to ~90 kbs
|thanks for this i was wonderin' why this was taking so long, but anyway thanks for the effort cant wait to hear it on my way up to buffalo 2mrw nite peace from da'burgh!!!!!!!!!
|there seems to be some sort of ceiling everyones getting stuck at the same place. the concert was pretty funky, like a good wind blowin on through, floor crowd had some early cassualties but overall got a good vibe
|i'm connected to 29 of 247 people so it is going slowly for everyone, the time left in microtorrent ranges from 5 hours to 10, depending on the changes in upload speed
should be done in the am
|Great AUD recording, thanks for the quick turnaround.
Nice show - Thanks for recording this!
I was right behind y'all, 3rd row straight back looking though the mic stands...
Wondering which you were line into...
What braand/model were the mics (if you know)?
|I did some reading, and find out i can't burn 24 BIT to a CD? Is that true?
|no you must dither it to 16/44.1 to burn it to CDR
Audiacity will do this for you.
|I DL Audiacity, but i can't get it to work.(I'm LOW-TECH). Basically, i can't get the songs into Audiqcity, for some reason? I don't want to, but i MAY have to decode to MP3, which i rather NOT do. I'm trying to get this to CD, for a friend of mine who was at this show.
Thanks for the help.............CUTZ
|***Make sure you have the latest beta audacity which supports flac***
to dither in audacity open the program
click on the file button at the top of the screen
click open, select the file from the location it is saved at,
it will load the files, the volume should already be maxed
click on file again, scroll down to export and click on that
A box should come up saying edit metadata, only do this if you want to add band info ect to the file. click "OK".
there should be an option with the foloowing "Save as type", choose "WAV (Microsoft) signed 16 bit PCM", make sure that the filename has ".wav" at the end and save. This should convert everything to cd quality with no loss of the highs and lows.
Cheers from Oz