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|Description||Jerry Garcia Band 2-5-94 (Discs: CDA-2/SHN-2)|
Warfield Theater San Francisco CA
DAW(Bertha)>>CDA/SHN - Sound B+
d1-I'll Take A Melody
d1-Get Out Of My Life Woman
d1-Simple Twist Of Fate
d1-Run For The Roses
d1-My Sisters And Brothers
d2The Way You Do The Things You Do
d2-He Ain't Give You None
d2-Tore Up Over You
d2-Ain't No Bread In The Breadbox
d2-Lucky Old Son
Digitally remastered using a custom built, Dual-DAW, nicknamed Bertha,
by email@example.com on January 28, 2003.
There was a d/o at 6:37 of d1t01 which could not be completely repaired.
Numerous other blips and digi-snits were successfully repaired. A few remain.
(*)Reported as a single Cassette gen, however, as a result of testing,
I believe the source has, at least, two analog generations.
A small amount of noise reduction (-4db) was used to take the edge off
of the tape hiss. A 100% perfect sample was used.
What a wonderful "Simple Twist Of Fate".
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|thank you from California
|could someone please post some more information on Mr. Ashely's Dual-DAW setup? I tried some superficial googling, but came up empty... Is is it a digital audio workstation of some sort?
I just have a nerdy interest in this hobby we all love so dearly... I'd like to investigate much of the conversion process and perhaps contribute to a book/blog/whatever on the subject. any proceeds would be charitably divided to worthy causes for each of our respective "favorite" bands...
There are quite a few very knowledgeable folks that contribute to digitally-cleaning up and preserving the ambient background music we live our lives to... I've listened to many Miller sources, much from Ashley's rig, and I've just learned of the MOTB projects... I think that it would be neat to put together something (such as a basic primer) for people that have a genuine interest in the topic. While the technology will change in the future, the passion and ethos of the endeavor will remain steadfast.
It's just very cool and has been a large part of my life for over 10 years now. Thanks to many folks who have invested time in planning, traveling, taping, listening, transferring, remastering, and ultimately sharing.
It's humbling to know that while things here in the States don't often look all that great, it's the special people that passionately work together to achieve a goal-- and if that's not American, I don't know what is...
Once again, thanks to everyone whose work provides a bright spot in my day.
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