Grateful Dead Live at Buckeye Lake Music Center on 1993-06-11


Grateful Dead, “Grateful Dead Live at Buckeye Lake Music Center on 1993-06-11,” Grateful Dead Archive Online, accessed February 7, 2016,


Set 1

Jack Straw
Foolish Heart ->
The Same Thing
Lazy River Road
Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues ->
When I Paint My Masterpiece
So Many Roads
The Promised Land

Set 2

Eyes Of The World
Playing In The Band ->
Uncle John's Band ->
Corrina ->
Drums ->
Space ->
The Wheel ->
All Along The Watchtower ->
Black Peter ->
Sugar Magnolia

Brokedown Palace


  • Source Info

    SBD: shnid=34399 (seamless fix of shn id 19217)
    Soundboard->DAT Master->Sonic Solutions->CD->EAC->SHN
    CD seed provided by David Gans, EAC and SHN by Joe Samaritano 8/31/2003

    AUD 1: shnid=34163
    FOB DFC Digital Audience Recording (a **GEMS** production
    Schoeps CMC32 (8' Split Omni's) -> Oade Power Supply -> Panasonic sv255 - 7' Stand
    DAT Master - Recorded by Todd Evans, Adam Gross and Bill Pobega
    DAT Master > TASCAM DA-20 > M-Audio FireWire solo > Soundforge 8.0 wav
    Tracked w CDWav ->verified SBEOK shntool-2.0.3 -> Soundforge 8.0 48/44.1 conversion -> FlacFrontend(level8)
    WAVS made from these FLACS re-verified SBEOK with shntool-2.0.3
    tracking and flacing by **__**

    AUD 2: shnid=3192
    AKG 451 hypercardioid (90 deg XY)>TCD-D3>Dio2448>CE2k(48>44.1)>WAV>SHN
    sbe's fixed using shntool


    Multitrack Mixdown Settings

    Stereo Matrix
    SBD: no level adjustment necessary
    AUD 1: -12db
    AUD 2: -9db


    Tech Notes

    SHNs/FLACs decoded to WAV using Trader's Little Helper. Cakewalk Home Studio 2004 was used to align & sync all of the sources. CHS 2004 was used for mixdown and track separation. TLH was used to convert each track back to FLAC. TLH was used to fix all SBEs. Artwork designed by OctopusRider using MediaFACE 5.0.

    Original Sources SHNs/FLACs > WAV > CHS 2004 > WAV > FLAC(8)



    3-Source Stereo Matrix by OctopusRider December 2008. The FOB source was the most complete of the 3 sources. It had a lot of extra crowd noise before the sets and during the encore break, which I left in tact. The SBD had a lot of cuts in between tracks. Virtually all crowd noise between sets and tracks were cut from the SBD source. This is probably because very little audience was audible on the SBD source. If not burned to CD, Drums > Space is seamless.

    The SBD sounds clean but has zero venue ambience, little bass punch and very dry vocals. When aligned the FOB improved all of these but in order to keep the rowdy crowd noise down I had to reduce the db level on this considerably. In doing that the venue ambience was reduced and it once again sounded like it was recorded in a small venue. This is where the AKG source comes in. The AKG sounds distant but clear and the crowd noise is considerably lower than the FOB. The volume was the lowest on the AKG so it did not need to be lowered as much as the FOB.

    The results are a big improvement for this show. It now sounds like it was recorded at Buckeye Lake but it still has the crispness of a clean SBD.


  • 169:50.26

Accession Number:

  • gd1993-06-11.mtx.unknown.100405.flac16

Archival Resource Key:

  • ark:/38305/g4g44rk8


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