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July 19, 2011 (Tuesday)
Saratoga Performing Arts Center
Saratoga Springs, New York
Recordist : Tim Burke - email@example.com
Location : Reserved Section 1, Row F, between Seats 15 and 16, centered, ~25' from the stage lip, ~75' in front of the soundboard, ~6.5' high, on stand
Mic Config : ~18 cm, ~90º
Source : Microtech Gefell M20 > JK Labs ECMS-23 > Oade M148 > Sony PCM-M10 (line in, dial set to 3 for set I and 4 for set II)
Recorded Format : 24 bit, 48 kHz
Conversion : microSD card > Lenovo IBM ThinkPad T60
Editing : Steinberg WaveLab v6.10 (build 340), decibel increase to both channels (resulting in -.20 peaks) via the "change level" command, resample with Crystal ReSampler at Ultra Quality, dither with MegaBitMax, iZotope Ozone 4, Medium Noise Shaping, Normal Dither Amount
Final Format : 16 bit, 44.1 kHz
Tracking : CD Wave v1.93.3
Compression : FLAC v1.2.1, Trader's Little Helper v2.6.0 (Build 168), Level 8, Sector Boundaries Aligned using "fix" setting
All DSP performed by Tim Burke, July 20-21, 2011.
Released into widespread circulation via www.upstatetapers.org on July 21, 2011.
s1t02. Here Comes The Sun
s1t03. Cosmic Charlie
s1t04. Pride Of Cucamonga
s1t05. Hell In A Bucket
s1t06. So Many Roads
s1t07. Lost Sailor >
s1t08. Saint Of Circumstance
s1t09. Casey Jones
s2t02. Born Cross-Eyed >
s2t03. Caution (Do Not Step On Tracks) >
s2t04. Cryptical Envelopment >
The Other One >
s2t05. Wharf Rat >
s2t06. Eclipse >
s2t07. Mountains Of The Moon >
s2t08. Uncle John's Band >
s2t09. Viola Lee Blues
s2t10. encore break, donor rap
s2t11. Box Of Rain
Ray Ackerman clamped to my stand with Schoeps CCM4 (ORTF) > Grace Design Lunatec V3 (digital out) > M-Audio MicroTrack II @ 24/96.
DPA UA0896 windscreens were used to protect the microphones.
Thanks to Ray for the "Help On The Way".
This recording is dedicated to the memory of my friend Tim Barr, who passed away today, July 21, 2011.
Phil Lesh - bass guitar, lead vocals
Bob Weir - rhythm guitar, lead vocals
Jeff Chimenti - keyboards, vocals
John Kadlecik - lead guitar, lead vocals
Joe Russo - drums, percussion
Sunshine Garcia Becker - backing vocals
Jeff Pehrson - backing vocals
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16 bit: http://www.archive.org/details/furthur2011-07-19.m20-ecms23-m148-m10.burke.114688.flac16
24 bit: http://www.archive.org/details/furthur2011-07-19.m20-ecms23-m148-m10.burke.114698.flac24
i'll have ray's schoeps ccm4>v3 source up on the archive in a few days; he was clamped to my stand so it'll be nice to compare the two recordings since the mics/preamps are so different sounding.
|Thank you Tim Burke and Raoul Duke. Just got back from the show in Simpsonville. Ok - this was a hometown show for me and I admit that the venue does not have a lot of character but it's still a pretty nice place to see a show. After hearing the 2nd set tonight, I will surely be grabbing more shows from this tour!!!! Thanks for this.
|no problem tommie, my pleasure. i don't usually torrent my recordings unless i'm really pleased with the capture. the gefell>m148 combo usually sounds great and this is a perfect example.
this spac show was no slouch, i enjoyed it a lot more than the last shows i saw, in the spring of 2010 (barton hall, utica). the flow of the shows sound more natural to me this summer. i know the setlists are pre-determined but it seems the band is definitely starting to get more comfortable with each other, allowing the time we all love within and between the songs, to really get fleshed out into actual jams and not just 'space'.
tonight's simpsonville setlist looks like a great time in the 'ol dirty south, i can't wait to hear the tapes.
|Yeah Raoul - just listened to "eclipse" and I have to say you nailed this one. Well done! Hope you have some more in the works.
You are also right on about the jams in between songs. At one point, last night, John played a triplet which Jeff then played on keyboards and that set the tone for the rest of the jam. It seems that while they have an idea of the direction they are going, they really are taking the time figure out to get there. This band keeps getting better each time I see them. And I will definately look for more of your recordings. It was hot as hell (literally) in Simpsonville - but worth it.
|PS - Just read the whole information page - sorry about your friend. Hope you have many good memories... blessings.
|Tim - sorry to hear about you losing your friend. Best wishes buddy. Thanks as always for the great upstate recordings.
|thank you for this fine recording. I'm also sorry for your loss
|How Sweet Spot It Is...
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