[bittorrent] ph1990-10-04.SBD.20618.shnf

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Torrent Name:   ph1990-10-04.SBD.20618.shnf
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Description / text file:
Field House
University of New Hampshire
Durham, NH

TAPER: John Redmond

SBD MCass (Maxell MX 90 min)> Sony TC-WE805S >
Art DI/O (48Khz, Input gain +~10dB, No "Tube Warmth")>
Delta DIO 2496> WaveLab v4.0c> WAV (@24/48)> FLAC (24-bit, v1.1.0)> Mastering (see notes)> SHNv3
**24/48 Masters do exist at the unedited/pre-processed level**

*Disc 1*
Set 1:
01.//Golgi Aparatus
02.The Landlady
05.The Squirming Coil
07.Destiny Unbound
08.The Sloth
09.Uncle Pen
10.David Bowie 

*Disc 2*
Set 2:
02.Bouncing Around the Room >

*Disc 3*
Set 2 Con't:
01.crew introduction
02.You Enjoy Myself 
03.E:The Divided Sky 

24bit 48kHz FLAC > wav > Montage to reconstruct sets and add fades over flips > Internal 24bit rendering (no dither) > Q10-ParagraphicEQ (top secret settings) > BBE @ 4/4/-4 > Waves X-Noise > Waves C4 (multi-opto mastering with tweaks) > L1 Ultramaximizer > Internal 24bit renerding (no dither) > Rendered 24/48 wav files > montage to adjust volume to make it continuous...4 envelope points @ +1.275db > Waves L2 (24bit, no dither, +2.5 gain make-up) > 48kHz>44.1/High and 24bit>16bit/Mode 1/Normal via tc electronic Finalizer 96k > Tracking in Wavelab > SHNv3

transfer>24bit FLAC files by Weave - Weave at furthurnet.org on 10/26/2003
Mastering, editing and WAV > SHN were performed on REBA by Arty- imthemarmar at stny.rr.com (on 11/2003)

Faded the start of the cut opener and crossfaded the tape flip at the end of Tweezer/Magilla. Durring The Landlady, there is a dropout that was x-faded and there is some noise that can not be edited. In Destiny Unbound, there were a few pops from the instruments that were edited out. There is also what appears to be a very sudden pause in the tape durring Uncle Pen. Other than that, this show is absolutely amazing in sound quality. It still has some of the "tape" characteristics to it, but it just wouldn't sound right otherwise. 

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