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New Brunswick, NJ
(Behind SBD/under the balcony-CTR)
2 NAK300s w/CP4s(POS)>MX100>DAP20(16/48)
Digital transfer: (SV3700>PMD670>CF>HDD)
MDAT>Wav>Audacity(44.1)>CDWave(splits)>Flac Frontend(Level 6)
Recording and transfer by DATBRAD
D101 Buried Alive >
D104 Chalk Dust Torture
D105 Esther >
D106 Split Open and Melt
D107 Colonel Forbin's Ascent >
D108 Fly Famous Mockingbird
D110 Lawn Boy
D201 Crowd >
D202 AC/DC Bag >
D203 The Curtain >
D204 Tweezer >
D205 Manteca >
D206 Tweezer >
D207 Contact >
D208 It's Ice >
D209 McGrupp >
D210 Runaway Jim >
D211 Big Ball Jam >
D212 HYHU >
D213 Love You >
D301 My Sweet One >
D302 Tweezer Reprise
D304 Amazing Grace*
D305 Highway to Hell
*Acapella at edge of stage without amplification
(Low original source levels were boosted with Audacity)
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|I re-seeded these after exploring the pre-emphasis EQ topic, and determined that no post processing other than to boost the levels on the acapella songs was needed.
IMO, EQ adjustments in post on 16 bit sources will degrade the data and should not be done unless absolutely necessary.
|you can apply apply de emphasis transparently with a good mastering station...ideally if you are worried about the 16 bit then have it done where the dat is played into a grate digital to analog converter (weiss, benchmark, mytek, lynx)..perform the de-emphasis in a nice analog eq (pre-emph curves are easy to come by and reverse engineer)...
of course a solid workstation doing this completely in the digital realm is really ok from a purist perspective...32 bit floating point processing will allow any data issues to be ok, and most decent DAW programs run it..the choice is going to be which digital EQ and the better choice of em all is the Universal Audio DSP cards and work with their Cambridge EQ and its deemphasis preset as a starting point...
i'd like to state honestly that No ARTIFACT of digital manipulation will be present with the above methods, ESPECIALLY on a live ambient recording based on the low level noise that acts as a second layer of dither on top of any applied in the src process.
I'd happily show this to you if this topic garners steam. there's no reason in my understanding and experience to be wary of edits "in the 16 bit realm", especially when dealing with something structural like preemphasis, which affects the entire listening experience.
with all due respect, thanks for sharing
|"with all due respect, thanks for sharing"
Thanks for the primer on audio editing. I can't believe I never thought of that, particularly with 26 years of continuous taping under my belt. Perhaps after another few years at it, I will be able to grasp what you informed me of, with all due respect.
How about this, you take the files and do all that work yourself. I have a life to lead.
|just trying to be helpful that's all;, sorry to ruffle ya
|DATBRAD thanks for sharing.
As an impartial 3rd party could we let rustystrings have a chance to remove the Pre-emphasis and then we can compare the two?
I think rustystrings is willing to put in some time on these, right Jamie?
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