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Phish 10/29/88
Sculpture Room, Goddard College, Plainfield, VT
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Entered by Matt Vernon
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Source Summary Set 2,3p only; SBD > Cass/1; Sony TC-WE805S > Art DI/O @48kHz (Input gain +~14dB, No "Tube Warmth") > Delta DIO 2496 > WaveLab v4.0c > WAV @24bit/48kHz > FLAC > Wavelab (24>16bit,48>44.1kHz) > SHNv3 
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Goddard College
Plainfield, VT
Halloween Celebration
Set 2 and partial Set 3


SBD Cass/1 (Maxell XLII-S 90 min)> Sony TC-WE805S >
Art DI/O (48Khz, Input gain +~14dB, No "Tube Warmth")>
Delta DIO 2496> WaveLab v4.0c> WAV (@24/48)> FLAC (24-bit, v1.1.0)>
Mastering (see notes)> SHNv3

Transfer>24bit FLAC files by Weave - [email protected] on 1/17/2004
Mastering, and shorten done on REBA by Marmar- [email protected]

24bit 48kHz FLAC > wav > Montage to reconstruct sets and add fades over flips/cuts > Internal 24bit rendering (no dither) > BBE @ 0/2/0 > Waves Rbass Module +1db @ 40Hz > C4 Compressor > Internal 24bit renerding (no dither) > Rendered 24/48 wav files > Waves L1+ (24bit, no dither, +7.0 gain make-up) > 48kHz>44.1/High and 24bit>16bit/Mode 2/Medium via tc electronic Finalizer 96k > Tracking in Wavelab > SHNv3

-Set 2-
01. Halley's Comet*->
02. Whipping Post
03. Fee
04. Alumni//Blues
05. //Walk Away
06. The Divided Sky
07. The Ballad of Curtis Loew**
08. //Mike's Song
09. //Take the A-Train
10. Fire
-Set 3-
11. Fluffhead

* = w/ Nancy Taube on vocals
** = w/ Bobby Brown on harmonica

- Most of the cuts were faded as best as possible to lessen the shock to the ears....There are also some strange moments of mixing where Trey's guitar is no longer being played through the PA.

Thanks to John Redmond for the Cassette. John received his copy of this show from Ben Hunter in late 88 or early 89. We are assuming it is Cass/1 since Hunter most likely made this copy of the master, but it is possible it is Cass/2, This is the only part of this show John has in his collection.

*Marmar's source comment*
I will have to agree that this is most likely a Cass/1 copy. It is just too clean to be any higher. The bass is still very will defined, and the highs aren't lost in the hiss at all.

NO tracking/editing/alterations performed before archiving to 24-bit FLAC
(except to trim silence from the ends).

Seeded to FurthurNet (
Show Checksums
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858e33eaaf5627c8675fe2d95ab97d1c [shntool] ph1988-10-29t01.shn
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804d294641e7ed3658d87b16c4963b0a [shntool] ph1988-10-29t08.shn
f6bbf1c48d1c452e95e93dc2c8a5c872 [shntool] ph1988-10-29t09.shn
a31142d639a24abdbe3dfe391f0fbe85 [shntool] ph1988-10-29t10.shn
15850167ece6755fecef88fdcd2e0f40 [shntool] ph1988-10-29t11.shn

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Set 3p; SBD > Cass/2 > DAT;... (4) Set 1,3p;... (5) Set 1,3p; SBD > Cass/x >... (0) [set 1] Unknown SBD > CDR >... (1) flac16, 48kHz;... (0)
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04/02/2004 Weave As part of the Old School Phish Project, I have been scanning the tape covers, ticket stubs (if I have them) and the "Phish Update" newsletters (if I have them).

If you are interested, you can find them here:

Each show has it's own folder. All the shows released so far are out there.
I've also included the MD5s and TXT files.

If you distribute these SHNs, please include these extras.

You can visit this forum for comments made during the transfer/mastering/listening process:
Each show has it's own thread
08/21/2012 geewiz010 FLAC fingerprints: