|Show||Grateful Dead 03/29/1990 Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, NY Schoeps MK4 FOB *16 bit 44.1 khz* (new source to circulation)|
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Source: Schoeps CMC4/MK4 > Oade Cap Coupled Supply > Panasonic SV250 (48 khz)
Config/Location: ORTF/FOB section B1
Transfer: Sony PCM-2600(Apogee AES/EBU)>Sound Devices 722 (16/48)>
Firewire>Macbook>Sound Studio 3.6(fades, normalize peak, +gain, track)>
Wave Editor 1.5.7 (iZotope Resampler)>
xACT 2.21(align on sector boundaries, encode, tag, fingerprint)>flac16 (level 8 )
Taped by: Ted Mattes
DAT clone (2) provided by: Craig Hillwig
Transferred and seeded by: Lenny Stubbe
Set I: (54:45)
02. Jack Straw>
04. We Can Run
05. Ramble On Rose
06. When I Paint My Masterpiece
07. Bird Song>
08. Promised Land
Set II: (1:43:20)
02. Eyes of the World>
03. Estimated Prophet>
04. Dark Star>
07. Dark Star>
08. The Wheel>
09. Throwing Stones>
11. encore break
12. Knockin On Heaven's Door
- Unavoidable ~2 second drop out in Lovelight on the DAT. I left it for timing purposes
- Bird Song and the entire second set with Branford Marsalis on saxophone
- Eyes of the World appears on the "Without A Net" official band release
- Widely considered one of the greatest Grateful Dead shows of all time, certainly one of the very best modern era show, particularly due to the guest dynamic appearance of Branford Marsalis
- 48k version exists
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|Last seeder||Last activity 4:31:42 ago|
|Size||837.74 MB (878433945 Bytes)|
|Num files||22 files|
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|Nice work Lenny! Keep the Schoeps neat coming!
|I heard Lenny was getting Schoeps now since thats all he listens too! LOL
|You guys have been trying to convince my but every time we tape together I like mine better! :)
|Outstanding gents...well done.
|Thank you Lenny (and Ted, and Craig!!!).
|This is a slight upgrade to the already good sounding nawraci unknown mics recording. This new version has a bit better high- end and separation of the instruments. While this recording has great bass, philophiles might still prefer the nawraci copy(massive bass).
|I love this one. Like any great aud, this is so much better enjoyed opened up on a big system. You can't feel the true qualities of a great aud on ear buds.
Felt like I was right in front of Jer on that Ramble On.
I'll have to run the Unknown Aud through my system. Who knows maybe it's the same source.
|was this really 23 years ago?
was there - my favorite Dead show, and one the people I was with didn't like it, what a waste of a ticket
|Thanks a lot! Very good recording of this legendary show. This should definitely be cranked up on a nice system.
|ORTF FOB? Listening to this I'd think the taping location to be a bit further back, perhaps even OTS. The instrument spread for an FOB doesn't sound like this.
|This is ortf fob confirmed. The other nighs I have the row and seat number this night I wasn't able to get it.
What you may be hearing is likely due to one of the channels being out of phase which occurred in the analog gear chain. Thanks to darrin sacks for the heads up on this. Gonna see what we can do for another version of this one.