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October 25, 1980
Radio city Music Hall
New York, NY
Nak 700's > Sony D-5 > AMC
Recorded Dead front center loge
by Keith Gatto & Pete Jaeger
AMC > DAT > CDR > EAC > FLac
(EAC > Flac by Michael Turi)
Used a multifilter with the following order:
20-band EQ with linear increases from 0-500 Hz.
One subharmonic synthesizer set at 125 Hz.
Two expanders (dynamic noise in expander mode) to increase the dynamic range.
May, 2012-Dan McDonald
101-d1t01 - Deep Elem Blues
102-d1t02 - The Race Is On
103-d1t03 - I've Been All Around This World
104-d1t04 - Monkey & the Engineer
105-d1t05 - To Lay Me Down
106-d1t06 - El Paso
107-d1t07 - Bird Song
108-d1t08 - Heaven Help the Fool
109-d1t09 - Dire Wolf ->
110-d1t10 - Ripple
201-d2t01 - Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo ->
202-d2t02 - Franklin's Tower
203-d2t03 - Me & My Uncle ->
204-d2t04 - Big River
205-d2t05 - High Time
206-d2t06 - New Minglewood Blues
207-d2t07 - Ramble on Rose
208-d2t08 - Looks Like Rain
209-d2t09 - Deal
301-d3t01 - Cold Rain & Snow ->
302-d3t02 - Lost Sailor ->
303-d3t03 - Saint of Circumstance
304-d3t04 - Uncle John's Band ->
305-d3t05 - Playing in the Band ->
306-d3t06 - Drums ->
307-d3t07 - Space ->
308-d3t08 - The Other One ->
309-d3t09 - Black Peter ->
310-d3t10 - Around & Around ->
311-d3t11 - One More Saturday Night
312-d3t12 - U.S. Blues
This recording, like the other Gatto-Jaeger recordings of this run, has excellent high-end energy, but was
lacking a bit in the lower frequencies. The recorder was paused between most non-sequential songs creating
abrupt tansitions, most noticable in the first set. The second set contained several sonic anomalies scattered
throughout. Several songs were not ideally tracked with a couple of songs in the third set combined into
one track. I asked Dan if he could boost the base without affecting the mid-range and high-end and clean up
the transitions and anomalies.
Dan's Change Log:
102- Cross-faded about 2 seconds
103- Cross-faded about 3 seconds
104- Cross faded about 2 seconds; Quasi-fadeout (-12.42dB) for track 4
105- cross-fade to track 6
106- Trimmed about 1/4 sec. of silence from end
107- Trimmed 1/4 sec. of silence from end 107; crossfaded 3 secs
108- faded out 107 and let 108 start as it was because music was already cut for beginning of track 108
109- clapping at first note of Dire Wolf so faded out HHTH applause for about 3 sec then a fast fade in to DW.
110- Did a slightly faster fadeout
201- faded in; anomaly at 5:28 Interpolated so it's not noticeable now.
202- anomalies at 8:02 & 8:10 (8:02 has a funny sound; fixed the tape start, but not the odd sound;
fixed by cutting out about 1/4 second and interpolating the two pieces; 8:10 fixed the same way)
204- anomalies at 5:54, 6:16, 6:29, & 6:52 Interpolated
205- anomalies at 8:55 & 9:04 (crossfaded the first, cut the second out)
206- anomalies at 7:55, 8:51 & 9:03 interpolated
209- abrupt ending faded out
301- There were two level changes, and a gradual increase in level, so I added 2dB to the second change,
4 dB to the first change, and then added a linear increase from 3 to 0dB for the first few seconds.
Still starts abruptly, but the music sounds about right after it starts.
302/303- blank space cut out; cut to two tracks
306- anomaly or cut at 8:39 looks like digi-mess from the transfer. Blocky spots and blank spaces.
Only option was to cut it out or paste over from another spot. About 1 second removed.
307/308- Split into 2 tracks
311- Redid fade
312- faded in; cut a small section of blank space at the end of song.
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|Thanks for posting Germain. I see this is a new May 2012 EQ. But what does a "subharmonic syntheizer set at 125 Hz do?" Is this adding low-end to the recording??
Whatever it does, I'll download it. I was at this show, and I believe this AUD is the only one that's listenable. Whatever became of the SBD? The versions of TLMD and Franklins were released on Reckoning and Dead Set respectively.
|subharmonics are the lower level harmonics. Some media have difficulty recording the lowest octaves so this process helps by adding harmonics to the existing material in the lowest sounds (below 125 Hz). The process takes the audio signals in the bass portion, divides them in half, and adds them back into the audio, so you get closer to what was present when the recorder wasn't able to capture these portions of the audio. 125 is set at the upper limit, so from about 62.5 on down to 0 Hz, signals are generated and put back into the audio. Above that level you start to get close to portions of Garcia's voice and it alters the vocal sound. If you get up to 250 or so you actually get what sounds like a Garcia duet on some songs.
For this filter, I used 125 Hz, and low sub levels (controlling the amount of the effect that is applied) and a low output level (the overall output of the effect). The effect is pretty subtle and some people may not hear it at all.
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