Grateful Dead Live at Knickerbocker Arena on 1990-03-24

Citation:

Grateful Dead, “Grateful Dead Live at Knickerbocker Arena on 1990-03-24,” Grateful Dead Archive Online, accessed October 2, 2014, http://www.gdao.org/items/show/300129.

Contents:

Set 1

Let The Good Times Roll ->
Help On The Way ->
Slipknot! ->
Franklin's Tower
Walkin' Blues
Loser
Desolation Row
Tennessee Jed ->
One More Saturday Night

Set 2

Playing In The Band ->
Uncle John's Band ->
Terrapin Station ->
Mind Left Body Jam ->
Drums ->
Space ->
The Wheel ->
All Along The Watchtower ->
Stella Blue ->
Not Fade Away

Encore
And We Bid You Good Night

Description:

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    Source Info

    SBD
    SBD: DAT x 3 > CDR > SHN

    AUD
    FOB: Schoeps CMC 421 > DAT > CDR

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    Tech Notes

    SHNs were decoded to wave and SF 8.0 was used to reassemble
    the tracks back to 1 long wave. CEP2.0 was used to align &
    synch the SBD & AUD sources. CEP2.0 used to adjust the volume
    for the SBD, AUD, center and LFE channels. Surcode CD Pro
    DTS was used to encode to DTS.
    - Mixed by dan@am-dig.com
    - Shn conversion 8-SEP-2004
    - Artwork by dan@am-dig.com 300dpi - For best results
    print at the highest resolution onto glossy photo paper.
    Design for use with a clear slim double jewel case.

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    DTS-Audio-CD Info

    Front
    Left Channel SBD: DAT x 3 > CDR
    Right Channel SBD: DAT x 3 > CDR

    Center
    Mixed to mono -5db SBD

    Surround
    Left Channel Schoeps +2db CMC 421 > DAT
    Right Channel Schoeps +2b CMC 421 > DAT

    Sub/LFE
    Mixed to mono -4db SBD

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    Notes

    This is NOT the 'Dozin At The Nick' source for any of the
    first set or set two. You can see by the notes and the
    removal of several errors that the released source was not
    used. Although it would have made my life 100 times easier
    as finding sub second dropouts in a 3 hour show is insane.

    Set 1
    It looks like the SBD source was normalized to 100%. The
    levels are way up there but not distorted or clipped.

    I performed a 'light' click and pop eliminator to the first
    set AUD source.

    I also took some time to remove or reduce more of the close
    claps.

    I raised the low levels on the AUD 2.5db on set 1.

    The Loser on this night is a smoker!

    0:00.000 not much crowd/tuning before Let The Good Times
    Roll. No music missing though.

    30:58.730 I applied a .479 second AUD patch to cover a
    missing portion on the SBD source. Maybe a dropout had
    been edited without notation?

    Between Desolation Row and Tennessee Jed the AUD was
    missing 25.358 seconds of crowd cheer. The SBD was
    trimmed to match. The result is smooth and most
    likely undetectable.

    Set 2
    Disc 2 and 3 can be assembled seamlessly on longer media.

    It looks like the SBD source was normalized to 100%. The
    levels are way up there but not distorted or clipped.

    Removed or reduced a few more of the close claps in set 2.

    I raised the low levels on the AUD 2db on set 2.

    0:00.000 not much crowd/tuning before Playing In The Band.
    No music missing though.

    14:56.243 I applied a .487 second AUD patch to cover a
    missing portion on the SBD source. Maybe a dropout had
    been edited without notation? The result is smooth and
    most likely undetectable.

    20:01.665 I applied a 1.027 second AUD patch to cover a
    missing portion on the SBD source. This is in the final
    verse of Uncle John's Band. A close listen and you will
    be able to detect this patch as it is over a second long.

    1:14:15.057 I applied a .289 second AUD patch to cover a
    missing portion on the SBD source. Maybe a dropout had
    been edited without notation?

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    More On DTS

    Today's audio standards are moving towards multi-channel
    sound, like DTS and Dolby Digital. 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 raise the volume
    gradually. NEVER listen to a DTS-Audio-CD through the
    analog audio outputs of your CD/DVD player.

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

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Accession Number:

  • gd1990-03-24.dts.32075.shnf

Archival Resource Key:

  • ark:/38305/g4862hq7

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