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Phish 06/17/90
Wendell Studios, Boston, MA
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Source # 1075 Other Sources
Entered by Matt Vernon
Checksums shn-md5 , st5
Disc Counts 1 / 1
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Source Summary Studio > Cass/x > D8 > S/PDIF > SF XP > CDR > EAC > SHN; via Patrick Metsker, Ben Mohr; to offer; fits on 1 shn disc with 7/30/88; see info file for fix notes, plus public comments 
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Wendell Studio Session 2

Source: Studio > Cass/x > D8 > S/PDIF > SF XP > CDR > EAC > SHN

Seeded by Patrick Metsker ([email protected])
Fixes by Ben Mohr ([email protected])

Disc 1:        (55:57)
1. TMWSIY >        (04:14)
2. Avenu Malkenu >     (03:11)
3. TMWSIY        (01:58)
4. Tweezer        (09:29)
5. Possum          (08:04)
6. Harry Hood        (10:47)
7. Rift*        (04:14)
8. Runaway Jim        (05:49)
Filler: Bearsville Studios 1995
9. Glide II        (04:29)
10. Strange Design     (03:05)
11. Grind        (00:37)

* slow version

-Normalized session to 98%.
-Retracked disc so that beginning of song coincides with the start of the track.
-Cool Edit Pro hiss reduction filter applied set as a notch filter above 15 kHz by 5 dB.
-Removed click at t6 0:08
-Removed static at t7 3:09 (0.005 s)
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e196c8cb7d9d68ab7e6b9719520af0cb [shntool] ph90-06-17t01.shn
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e3a058f972120eb4a8d4fdde21da1efa [shntool] ph90-06-17t07.shn
c3cd62fdbdbdb28bde9d518c854b5ab2 [shntool] ph90-06-17t08.shn
da018316b4eb135acb18cee8c2326192 [shntool] ph90-06-17t09.shn
ee4753ad358e4e332b990f684e82270f [shntool] ph90-06-17t10.shn
5eb41bc6a0467371369f0c561add9ccb [shntool] ph90-06-17t11.shn

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Date User Comment
10/12/2000 Herschel The tracks are not split on sector boundaries. It's not a big deal in this case,
since the track breaks for this disc occur when the band isn't playing (and there's no
crowd noise), but there is still background noise during the quiet sections which may be
enough to cause audible clicks when the burning software corrects the track breaks.

You have been warned. :)

10/12/2000 Herschel Oh, and the "Untitled" song (track 11) is actually "Grind."