Grateful Dead Live at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum Stadium on 1976-10-09

Citation:

Grateful Dead, “Grateful Dead Live at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum Stadium on 1976-10-09,” Grateful Dead Archive Online, accessed November 21, 2014, http://www.gdao.org/items/show/236193.

Contents:

Set 1

The Promised Land
Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo
Cassidy
Tennessee Jed
Looks Like Rain
They Love Each Other
New Minglewood Blues
Scarlet Begonias
Lazy Lightnin'
Supplication
Sugaree

Set 2

Saint Stephen ->
Not Fade Away ->
Saint Stephen ->
Help On The Way ->
Slipknot! ->
Drums ->
Samson And Delilah ->
Slipknot! ->
Franklin's Tower ->
One More Saturday Night

Encore
U.S. Blues

Description:

  • Tech Notes

    SHNs were decoded to wave. Wavmerge was used to reassemble
    the tracks back to 1 long wave. CEP2.0 was used to align &
    synch both of the sources. SF8.0 was used for the EQ setting
    pre mixdown. SF8.0 was used for the EQ setting pre mixdown.
    This is a 60% SBD, 40% AUD mix.
    - Mixed by dan@am-dig.com
    - FLAC conversion done 15-JUNE-2007
    - Artwork at 300dpi by dan@am-dig.com
    - For best results print at the highest resolution onto glossy
    photo paper. Design for use in a clear single jewel case.

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    Multitrack Mixdown Settings

    SET TWO

    Stereo Matrix
    SBD -2.5db
    AUD -5db

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    Notes

    Set 2 only. Set one circulates incomplete so I didn't bother.
    What we have is short but very sweet. I always thought of this
    set as the "most perfect Dead set ever played". The set list is
    genius, the transitions effortless and the playing inspired.

    d1t01 "Hitchcock Theme Tuning" was missing from the AUD source.
    This was patched was created with the SBD matrixed with a repeating
    crowd cheer. This patch came out smooth and natural and is very
    likely completely undetectable.

    d1t07 "Drums" is almost completely missing from the AUD source.
    This was patched was created with the SBD matrixed with a repeating
    crowd cheer. Mostly undetectable and not too distracting.

    d1t10 "Franklin's Tower" the very end is cut on the AUD source.
    This was patched was created with the SBD matrixed with a repeating
    crowd cheer. This patch came out smooth and natural and is very
    likely completely undetectable.

    d1t11 "One More Saturday Night" the very end is cut on the AUD source.
    This was patched was created with the SBD matrixed with a repeating
    crowd cheer. This patch came out smooth and natural and is very
    likely completely undetectable.

    d1t12 "U.S. Blues" The crowd cheer btwn the last song and the encore
    was missing on both the SBD and AUD sources. Crossfades were added
    to both sources to keep things flowing smooth and natural. This is
    is undetectable other than the fact that it sounds like there was
    an extremely short break for the encore.

    There was very little audio above 8kHz. So I did a matrix mix just
    the high frequencies of the SBD. I DEQ'd the AUD and cut all
    frequencies above 8kHz. I also DEQ'd the SBD and cut all frequencies
    below 8kHz. Then I mixed the 2 sources at a 100/100 ration. Basically
    the SBD fills in the missing top shelf of the AUD source. This came
    out extremely well and left the AUD source in the rear channel with
    a full frequency range without really changing the sound and feel for
    what is a very nice AUD recording.

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    More On DTS

    Today's audio standards are moving towards multi-channel sound
    like DTS, Dolby Digital and DVD-Audio. While the Audio-CD
    standard (Red Book) hasn't changed to accommodate these new
    sound formats, it is still possible to go around the
    specification and to put a 5.1 surround recording on a
    regular Audio-CD. To play a DTS-Audio-CD you must connect
    your DVD/CD player via a digital cable (optical or coaxial)
    to your DTS Dolby-Digital receiver. It is not 100% sure that
    your receiver will recognize a DTS-Audio-CD, so the first
    time you're trying to playback a DTS-Audio-CD you must do
    a test to determine if it can. Begin with the volume very
    low, start the disc and rise the volume gradually. NEVER
    listen to a DTS-Audio-CD through the analogue audio outputs
    of your CD/DVD player.

    Burning Instructions
    Burn them the absolute same way as you would burn any normal
    Audio-CD from FLAC files.

Donor and Provenance:

  • See info file

Accession Number:

  • gd1976-10-09.set-2.mtx.dan.89544.flac16

Archival Resource Key:

  • ark:/38305/g4d50nz5

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