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Benefit for Tibet HouseTrey Anastasio's portionFebruary 22, 1999Carnegie HallNew York, New Yorksource:Schoeps mk41 -> active cables > cmc6 > Sonosax sx-m2 > Sony D100 (@48kHz)transfer:Sony D8 -> Waveterminal 2496 -> Cool Edit 2000 (DSP) -> CD Wave v1.91 -> FLAC Frontend v1.7.1 Etree editionrecorded by Tony Amenta from the 4th rownotes:all Digital Signal Processing (DSP) was done at 48kHz, and included the following:* 4:1 compression > -12 dB (only during the loud clapping between songs)* fade out after "Spring Waterfall"* very quick fade in before "Brian and Robert"* fade out after "Billy Breathes"* resample to 44.1 kHz- Total - [19:48]01 - [03:42] - Spring Waterfall*02 - [05:31] - Brian and Robert**03 - [04:41] - Dirt***04 - [05:54] - Billy Breathes***** - instrumental composition by Philip Glass; Trey on electric, Philip Glass on piano** - with two other musicians; Foday Musa Suso on a kora (21 string harp from W. Africa) and Nawang Khechog on wooden flute (exotic Tibetan flute); Trey on acoustic*** - Trey on acoustic; solo**** - Trey on acoustic, Peter Kater on pianohttp://www.tibethouse.org/unedited, untracked, 48 kHz FLAC files of the entire night are archivedseeded firstname.lastname@example.org
I was at this one!Met Trey and Sue backstage along with the guys from R.E.M. and Sean Lennon. Really cool slice of Phishtory.
Woah. Also a huge Phillip Glass fan - would love to hear this.What compositions/albums have out been digging into MBW?This one with ravi is an all time fav for me...
I have this one.http://bt.etree.org/details.php?id=590459
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