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Grateful Dead 03/17/95
The Spectrum (soundcheck), Philadelphia, PA
Set I
Phil Practices Base Line By Himself
"it Would Really Help To Have Vinny Here...bob Did You Give That Disc To Steve?"
Mostly Dead Air, Drummers Start To Come In
Phil, Vince, And Drummers Practice
Phil Gives Directions
Vince: "let Me Here The Groove Of The Body Of The Song"
Phil To Bobby "i Want To Do It In Philadelphia Man"
Let's Do The Verses From A-minor C - Take 1
More From The A-minor C - Take 2
Phil: "that Tempo Is Too Fast"
Next Take From Same Spot - Take 3
Phil: "if I Have To Go "lookin Fo Famila Fafes""
Take 4
Vince: "is There One Of Those Elevens At The End Of The Threes"
Phil Counts Out The Changes
Learning The Part After The First Verse
Vince: "where In The Bar Are You Starting That Three"
Back To The Intro - Take 1
Intro - Take 2
Intro - Take 3 - Phil Explains The Timing
Phil Works With Steve On The Tele-prompter
"well Then Get Your God Damn Earphones Tunred Up Man"
Take 4 Intro - Whole Song
Phil Explains Ending
Ending - Take 2
What Are The Stumbling Blocks -- Jerry "not Knowing It"
Let's Do Something Else For A While
Here Comes Sunshine - Take 1
Here Comes Sunshine - Take 2

Set II
Unbroken Chain soundcheck
Last Changed By Matt Vernon
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Unbroken Chain Rehearsal & Sound Check; Phil's FM monitor signal intercepted with portable boom box; FM Analog> DAT> Macromedia Sound > Edit> SHN; 10 tracks of UBC plus banter; 8/00: formerly listed in db as 3/19/95- "may be mislabeled as 3/17/95"!- thanks to Tom Bellanca for correction; update 4/03- md5s added thanks to Matt Vernon- may or may not be originals (none were stored in shncirc originally)
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AUD (Schoeps MK4)>DAT>CDR>WAV>SHNv3 via Paul B and Candyman
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Sources: Primary - DSBD >?>Bootleg CD>EAC>SHN. Secondary audience source (Schoeps MK4) used for drums > space. This source represents a composite of the two previously circulated sources. An audience source for drums and space has been (relatively) seamlessly spliced in. A droupout in Loose Lucy in the SBD source was removed using soundforge 5.
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Phil's Ear Monitor Feed > Crew Member's Cassette Master (recorded inside venue) > 2nd Gen Cassette **see notes via Marc Pujol
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flac16; Taper:John Bleich - Lineage: Nak 300's > D6 > Master Cassette > DR-3 > Emu 1212M > 24/96 Wav > Wavelab 5 > Plugings > R8 Brain > 32/44.1 Wave > L3 > 16/44.1 Wave > Flac Lvl 8 (TLH)
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flac16; Source: Nakamichi CM-300 CP-4 mics-> PCM-M1 @ 16/48kHz Transfer: Master DAT-> PCM-R300-> Coax-> M-Audio Delta 1010Lt-> Wave Lab 5.0 mastering software-> R8brain 16/44.1kHz-> Traders Little Helper, flac8 Taper: Greg Holtz
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flac16; Recording Info:SBD -> Dat -> Cassette Master -> Dat; Transfer Info: Dat -> Samplitude Professional v10.2 -> FLAC; All Transfers and Mastering By Charlie Miller
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flac16/44.1 Source Info: FOB B&K 4011-> DAT Transfer Info: Dat Tape (Panasonic SV-3700)-> Marantz CDR-615-> CD (Late 90's) Extract Wav-> Flac Level 8-> Tagged (16/44.1) Transfers by Pete Ebel
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flac16/48kHz; Master Audience Recording & Transfer by Ray Ackerman: AKG 460B/CK63 ULS > AKG B18 phantom power unit > Panasonic SV250 > DAT (OTS); Transfer info: Tascam DA 30 mkii > Microtrack ii > wavelab 5 > WAV 16/48
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flac16; Source:Nakamichi 300 Mics W/CP4 Shotguns>Marantz PMD 430 Cassette Deck>Maxell XL-II-S Cassette Masters(1 90 Minute; Tape,1 100 Minute Tape)>Dolby "B" On>Sony TC-D5M Cassette Deck(Playback,Dolby Off)>Edirol R-09 HR(24/44.1 KHZ)> CD Wav Editor>Traders Little Helper>Flac Level 8.Sector Boundaries Aligned Using Traders Little Helper; Taped By Dave Boedicker,Official Taper Section
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