Author Topic: Phish | July 1, 1995 | Great Woods | AKG 391 | new source to circulation  (Read 519 times)

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Phish
July 1, 1995
Great Woods Center for the Performing Arts
Mansfield, MA

source:
AKG se300b/ck91 > Tascam DA-P1

transfer to cassette shortly after show:
Tascam DA-P1 (with master DAT) > Sony D5 ("master" cassettes)

transfer to FLAC:
"master" cassettes played in a Nak DR-1 > Sound Devices 722 (24 bit / 48 kHz) > .WAV > SoX v14.4.1 (speed adjustments, gain, resample to 44.1 kHz, dither to 16 bit) > Samplitude SE v9.1.1 (patches, fades, track splits) > FLAC v1.2.1 (Level 8)

recorded by Jared Hooper
master cassettes provided by :P
transferred to WAV by Lenny Stubbe
edited/tracked/FLAC'ed by Jason Sobel (jasonsobel@gmail.com)
seeded April 20, 2013

FLAC tags added with metaflac v1.2.1

Disc 1 - [68:42]
Set I
01 - [09:33] - Ya Mar
02 - [04:45] - Llama
03 - [09:25] - If I Could >
04 - [03:06] - All Things Reconsidered
05 - [09:29] - It's Ice >
06 - [02:57] - Prince Caspian >
07 - [17:36] - Split Open and Melt
08 - [03:45] - Bouncing Around the Room >
09 - [08:07] - Chalk Dust Torture

Disc 2 - [75:09]
Set II
01 - [05:00] - Wilson >
02 - [13:44] - Maze
03 - [11:00] - Theme From the Bottom
04 - [04:13] - Uncle Pen
05 - [18:38] - Stash >
06 - [03:46] - Strange Design
07 - [04:19] - Acoustic Army
08 - [14:25] - Harry Hood

Disc 3 - [14:38]
Set II continued
01 - [06:40] - Suzy Greenberg
02 - [02:37] - encore break
03 - [05:22] - Funky Bitch

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technical notes:
Using SoX, I adjusted the speed/pitch of the recording.
I used Linda's AKG 460/ck61 recording (shnid 11529) as a reference for the correct speed/pitch.
It's probably not totally completely perfect. But it's wicked close.
And it probably won't get better than this until we get a transfer straight from the DAT,
without the cassette generation. But who knows if or when the master DATs will ever be available.

I also added gain using SoX. I added +0.75 dB to set 1, and +4.5 dB to set 2.

The advantage of having the "master" cassettes made post show is that each set had overlapping material on both sides of the cassette.
There was a cut in "Split Open and Melt" for a tape flip. But Side B started with the beginning of "Split Open and Melt" again.
I was therefore able to seamlessly splice together the two tape sides, and form a complete and uncut set 1.
I did similar seamless splices in "Stash" and "Suzy Greenberg" to form a complete and uncut set 2.
("Suzy Greenberg" and "Funky Bitch" were at the end of side B of the set 1 cassette, which is why two splices were needed for set 2.)
You won't hear any of these splice, at all.

However, there was some missing crowd noise during the encore break.

I patched in the missing material with the following source:
AKG 460 cards > Teac > Technics SV 260A > DAT
http://db.etree.org/shn/11529

The AKG 460/ck61 source was used at the following location:
d3t02 - "encore break" - [00:12] to [01:23] (no music missing, just crowd noise)

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shntool 3.0.4 len mode output:

    length     expanded size    cdr  WAVE problems  fmt   ratio  filename
     9:33.23          96.45 MB  ---   --   ---xx   flac  0.5884  ph1995-07-01d1t01.flac
     4:44.54          47.90 MB  ---   --   ---xx   flac  0.6208  ph1995-07-01d1t02.flac
     9:24.38          94.97 MB  ---   --   ---xx   flac  0.5785  ph1995-07-01d1t03.flac
     3:06.00          31.29 MB  ---   --   ---xx   flac  0.5732  ph1995-07-01d1t04.flac
     9:29.34          95.80 MB  ---   --   ---xx   flac  0.5799  ph1995-07-01d1t05.flac
     2:57.13          29.81 MB  ---   --   ---xx   flac  0.5938  ph1995-07-01d1t06.flac
    17:35.39         177.57 MB  ---   --   ---xx   flac  0.5989  ph1995-07-01d1t07.flac
     3:44.43          37.78 MB  ---   --   ---xx   flac  0.5836  ph1995-07-01d1t08.flac
     8:06.63          81.90 MB  ---   --   ---xx   flac  0.6119  ph1995-07-01d1t09.flac
     5:00.09          50.49 MB  ---   --   ---xx   flac  0.6059  ph1995-07-01d2t01.flac
    13:44.23         138.67 MB  ---   --   ---xx   flac  0.6137  ph1995-07-01d2t02.flac
    11:00.27         111.09 MB  ---   --   ---xx   flac  0.5859  ph1995-07-01d2t03.flac
     4:16.31          43.14 MB  ---   --   ---xx   flac  0.5866  ph1995-07-01d2t04.flac
    18:37.62         188.05 MB  ---   --   ---xx   flac  0.5897  ph1995-07-01d2t05.flac
     3:46.26          38.08 MB  ---   --   ---xx   flac  0.5827  ph1995-07-01d2t06.flac
     4:18.53          43.52 MB  ---   --   ---xx   flac  0.5248  ph1995-07-01d2t07.flac
    14:24.55         145.47 MB  ---   --   ---xx   flac  0.5924  ph1995-07-01d2t08.flac
     6:39.73          67.29 MB  ---   --   ---xx   flac  0.6279  ph1995-07-01d3t01.flac
     2:36.38          26.33 MB  ---   --   ---xx   flac  0.5629  ph1995-07-01d3t02.flac
     5:21.70          54.16 MB  ---   --   ---xx   flac  0.6209  ph1995-07-01d3t03.flac
   158:29.24        1599.74 MB                           0.5939  (20 files)

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