Cameron Indoor Stadium, Duke University Durham, NC
SETS: I / II / ENCORE
SBD > GD Master 2" 8 Track RTR 15 i.p.s. (2 decks) > GD Vault 1" Mixdown Safety RTR @ 15 i.p.s. > MCS 24 bit/96 kHz ADAT > SSSB (SHNTOOL used and verified)
d1t01 06:10 Jack Straw
d1t02 04:29 Dire Wolf
d1t03 03:36 Beat It On Down the Line (12)
d1t04 09:08 Peggy-O
d1t05 02:30 Mama Tried ->
d1t06 05:52 -> Mexicali Blues
d1t07 10:46 Row Jimmy
d1t08 05:22 Minglewood Blues
d1t09 08:31 Loser
d1t10 03:51 Lazy Lightning ->
d1t11 05:34 -> Supplication (jam and vocal)
Total time: 1:05:53.23 (h:mm:ss.frames) as reported by SHNTOOL
d2t01 07:56 Bertha ->
d2t02 06:48 -> Good Lovin'
d2t03 09:06 It Must Have Been The Roses
d2t04 11:49 Estimated Prophet ->
d2t05 10:56 -> Eyes Of The World
Total time: 0:46:37.19 (h:mm:ss.frames) as reported by SHNTOOL
[SET II cont'd]
d3t01 26:07 Drums ->
d3t02 08:44 -> Truckin' ->
d3t03 10:18 -> Wharf Rat ->
d3t04 08:09 -> Around & Around
d3t05 05:43 ENCORE: U. S. Blues
Total time: 0:59:02.42 (h:mm:ss.frames) as reported by SHNTOOL
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John "Jay" Serafin, owner & chief audio engineer of Serafin Station Studio B
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Cameron Indoor Stadium, Duke University
SETS: I / II / ENCORE
LINEAGE: SBD > GD Master 2" 8 Track RTR 15 i.p.s. (2 decks) > GD Vault 1" Mixdown Safety RTR @ 15 i.p.s. >
MCS 24 bit/96 kHz ADAT > SSSB (SHNTOOL used and verified)
AUDIO RATING: AR1a
MEDIA REQUIRED: CD-R: 3x74 min. DAT: 1x180 min. DVD: 1x4.7GB DISC
OFFICIAL FILE NAME (SHN): gd78-04-12_sssb.shn
OFFICIAL FILE NAME (MP3): gd78-04-12_sssb_192kb.mp3
RELEASED ON: 01/22/03
OFFICIAL SHOW NOTES: LINEAGE: SBD > GD Master 2" 8 Track RTR @ 15 i.p.s. (two decks) > GD Vault 1" Mixdown
Safety RTR @ 15 i.p.s. > MCS 24 bit/96 kHz ADAT > SSSB (SHNTOOL used and verified); this show was "simulcast"
on Duke University's FM campus radio station; any/all necessary editing, fades, noise reduction, hiss
elimination, phase shifting, time smear correction, digital jitter elimination, equalization, quantization
noise elimination (when converting audio sampling rates for CD-R or DVD mastering), and/or any other
processes, were all digitally performed at 24-bit/96 kHz sampling rate at Serafin Station Studio B using the
"Harpoon" editing software V1.084.782
JAY'S PERSONAL COMMENTS:
As the "first show released in 2003", I figured I should make it a hell of a show to what I hope will be a
hell of a year. I hope you agree with me that this show hits the nail on the head.
LET'S BEGIN WITH A BIT OF "FYI TRIVIA":
This is a little-known "set of factoids" about this show, which is almost always overlooked in the major
"publications and set list" of Grateful Dead shows: this concert was simulcast over Duke's on-campus 50 watt
FM radio station! On the date of this concert, the University's FM station (which was 94.7 MHz at that time)
broadcasted it live; it's low power transmitter allowed it to be received by FM receivers within a 0.5 mile
radius of the University grounds (per their FCC license).
Many years later, in May of 1984, Duke University "donated" their RTR copies of this show to the Grateful
Dead's Vault, when the station was undergoing renovation. Almost all of the oldest or "worst condition"
equipment was being totally replaced with (at that time) "state of the art eight track cassette decks" and PCM
decks; a brand new mixing consoles was designed and built by their engineering department students; and even a
small, but very nicely designed, "live studio" was added, where bands could perform a song or two if they were
doing interviews (live or for future broadcasts).
To make room for all of this renovation, the station needed to "clean house" of all their archived RTR (80%) and cassette recordings (20%); these were recordings that the station personnel felt they longer were either required to keep (per FCC rules), or the large quantities of stored RTR/cassette media were no longer of any "musical and/or historical" value to the University as a whole. There were literally 1,500 RTR and cassette total recordings which were auctioned off (to past and present Duke University students and faculty only!), to help to defray the costs of the new equipment, and the renovation and expansion; any of the media which were not auctioned off were DESTROYED, not simply tossed into a dumpster.
But, there were NO Dead/related concerts or interview recordings auctioned off! The students and faculty who ran the station agreed that rather than destroy the media that contained this parti