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Grateful Dead 06/21/80
West High Auditorium, Anchorage, AK
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Entered by Matt Vernon
Checksums flac-md5 , ffp
Disc Counts 2 / 3
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01/27/2006
01/27/2006
Source Summary flac16; DTS-Audio-CD 5.1 Mix of SBD Cassette Master> Sonic Solutions (20bit) (shn id 27448) and AUD AKG 414 stereo mic -> Sony TC-158 deck (shn id 23531) note: info file now reflects tracking for 80 minutes CDs 
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Grateful Dead
West High Auditorium
Anchorage, AK
June 21, 1980

DTS-Audio-CD 5.1 Mix

Disc 1

d1t01 [14:48] Sugaree >
d1t02 [07:49] Minglewood
d1t03 [07:04] Candyman
d1t04 [03:00] Me And My Uncle >
d1t05 [06:07] Big River
d1t06 [08:03] Loser
d1t07 [03:37] Lazy Lightning >
d1t08 [06:01] Supplication
d1t09 [04:17] Far From Me
d1t10 [07:55] Ramble on Rose
d1t11 [08:38] Feel Like a Stranger
TT [77:18]

Disc 2

d2t01 [04:36] Big Railroad Blues
d2t02 [07:53] Samson & Delilah
d2t03 [11:41] Terrapin Station >
d2t04 [13:51] Planyin' In The Band >
d2t05 [07:51] Drums >
TT [45:52]

Disc 3

d2t06 [04:13] Space >
d2t07 [09:07] Truckin' >
d2t08 [09:36] Stella Blue >
d2t09 [09:09] Sugar Magnolia
  Encore
d2t10 [04:38] One More Saturday Night
d2t11 [06:07] Brokedown Palace
TT [42:49]

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Source Info

SBD
Soundboard > Cassette Master > Sonic Solutions (20bit) >
Sony SBM2 > Master CD > EAC > FLAC

AUD
Taper: Eddie Claridge  
Source: AKG 414 stereo mic -> Sony TC-158 deck
Location: At the soundboard patched from Dan Healy

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Tech Notes

SHNs were decoded to wave and SF 6.0 was used to reassemble
the tracks back to 1 long wave.  CEP2.0 was used to align &
synch the SBD & AUD sources.  CEP2.0 used to adjust the volume
for the SBD, AUD, center and LFE channels.  Surcode CD Pro
DTS was used to encode to DTS.  
- Mixed by [email protected]
- SHN conversion 11-FEB-2005
- Artwork by [email protected] 300dpi - For best results
print at the highest resolution onto glossy photo paper.
Design for use with a clear slim double jewel case.

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DTS-Audio-CD Info

Front  
Left Channel +1bd SBD
Right Channel +1bd SBD

Center
Mixed to mono -5db SBD

Surround
Left Channel -2db AKG 414
Right Channel -2db AKG 414

Sub/LFE
Mixed to mono -4db SBD

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Notes

Cuts btwn most (or all).  On both the SBD and the AUD source.  
Made this a big pain in the balls.  I have not noted all the
editing performed to keep the between song flow sounding as
natural as possible.  In most situations the flow is maintained
and is mooth and most likely undetectible.

d1t03 AUD trimmed btwn 21:57.823 to 22:03.875 for a total of
0:06.052 to match SBD.  However it is obvious that both the SBD
and the AUD have missing 'crowd' cheer btwn songs.  This was
then crossfaded and is mooth and most likely undetectible.

d1t03 AUD trimmed btwn 22:34.136 to 22:54.407 for a total of
0:20.271 to match SBD again.  This was then crossfaded and is
smooth and most likely undetectible.

d1t04 The firsts econds of 'Candyman' on the SBD is patch
with the AUD btwn 22:36.132 to 22:38.684 for a total of
0:02.552.  This was D'EQ and raised +2db to make this as
smooth as possible.  Noticable but pretty good.

d1t05 AUD trimmed btwn 29:31.317 to 29:46.026 for a total of
0:14.708 to match SBD.  However it is obvious that both the SBD
and the AUD have missing 'crowd' cheer btwn songs.  This was
then crossfaded and is mooth and most likely undetectible.

d1t06 there is a slight echo on the AUD source during the first
verse. "Don't you push me baby" can be heard twice if you listen
very closely.  This is VERY strange.  This usually means the 2
sources fell out of synch but this is not the case as the
echo can be heard on the AUD source alone.  Why does the AUD
have this small echo?  I have no idea.

d1t06 SBD cut and patched with AUD btwn 44:02.150 to 44:45.663
for a total of 0:43.512.  I applied a different EQ setting to
the AUD patch as well as the same portion on the AUD source.  
This is so it will sound better when mixdown for the 2 channel
matrix mix as well as in 5.1 surround sound. Obviously missing
the SBD source this is noticable but still pretty good.

d1t06 SBD missing bwtn song crowd.  There was some pretty
classic crowd stuff going on.  So rather than trim the AUD to
match I patch the SBD with the AUD instead from 46:11.651 to
46:46.618 for a total of 0:34.966.  Then applied -8db.  This
is noticable but pretty good.

d2t01 SBD cut and patched with AUD btwn 0.000 to 01:04.145
for a total of 01:04.145.  I applied a different EQ setting to
the AUD patch as well as the same portion on the AUD source.  
This is so it will sound better when mixdown for the 2 channel
matrix mix as well as in 5.1 surround sound. Obviously missing
the SBD source this is noticable but still pretty good.

d2t01 SBD trimmed btwn 4:31.833 to 4:48.839 for a total of
0:17.005 to match AUD.  However it is obvious that both the SBD
and the AUD have missing 'crowd' cheer btwn songs.  This was
then crossfaded and is mooth and most likely undetectible.

d2t02 AUD trimmed btwn 12:18.231 to 12:23.445 for a total of
0:05.214 to match SBD.  However it is obvious that both the SBD
and the AUD have missing 'crowd' cheer btwn songs.  This was
then crossfaded and is mooth and most likely undetectible.

d2t02 AUD trimmed btwn 12:18.231 to 12:23.445 for a total of
0:05.214 to match SBD.  However it is obvious that both the SBD
and the AUD have missing 'crowd' cheer btwn songs.  This was
then crossfaded and is mooth and most likely undetectible.

d2t03 AUD trimmed btwn 12:18.231 to 12:23.445 for a total of
0:05.214 to match SBD.  However it is obvious that both the SBD
and the AUD have missing 'crowd' cheer btwn songs.  This was
then crossfaded and is mooth and most likely undetectible.

d2t05 AUD cut and patched with SBD btwn 41:25.121 to 42:45.237
for a total of 01:20.116.  I applied a different EQ setting to
the SBD patch and increased the volume +2db.  I also mixed in
a looping crowd cheer portion to better fake and AUD sound.

d2t06 SBD cut and patched with AUD btwn 45:55.237 to 46:25.458
for a total of 0:30.221.  I applied a different EQ setting to
the AUD patch as well as the same portion on the AUD source.  
This is so it will sound better when mixdown for the 2 channel
matrix mix as well as in 5.1 surround sound. Obviously missing
the SBD source this is noticable but still pretty good.

d2t09 AUD trimmed btwn 77:57.763 to 78:18.864 for a total of
0:21.101 to match SBD.  However it is obvious that both the SBD
and the AUD have missing 'crowd' cheer btwn songs.  This was
then crossfaded and is mooth and most likely undetectible.

If you play this DTS-Audio-CD and hear static it is b/c you
didn't really read the text file, did you?  

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More On DTS

Today's audio standards are moving towards multi-channel
sound, like DTS and Dolby Digital.  While the Audio-CD
standard (Red Book) hasn't changed to accommodate these
new sound formats, it is still possible to go around the
specification and to put a 5.1 surround recording on a
regular Audio-CD.  To play a DTS-Audio-CD you must connect
your DVD/CD player via a digital cable (optical or coaxial)
to your DTS Dolby-Digital receiver. It is not 100% sure
that your receiver will recognize a DTS-Audio CD, so the
first time you're trying to playback a DTS-Audio-CD you
must do a test to determine if it can. Begin with the
volume very low, start the disc and raise the volume
gradually. NEVER listen to a DTS-Audio-CD through the
analog audio outputs of your CD/DVD player.

Burning Instructions
Burn them the absolute same way as you would burn any
normal Audio-CD from .shn files.

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More Info On The SBD

Lineage:
Soundboard->Cassette Master->Sonic Solutions (20bit)->
Sony SBM2->Master CD->EAC->FLAC

Patch Lineage:
Unknown Audience (speed corrected)
{Likely Eddie Claridge AKG 414}

Re-track, FLAC, and upload by Joe Samaritano
12/18/2004

Notes:
- Cassette Masters supplied by Richard Hale
- Transferred and patched by David Gans
- Aud patches: First few notes of Candyman; middle of Loser;
  first half of Big RxR Blues; half a minute or so of Space
- Per Richard Hale, this is the best circulating source

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More Info On The AUD

Source: Recorded by Eddie Claridge at the soundboard patched
from Dan Healy.  AKG 414 stereo mic -> Sony TC-158 deck
Lineage: MAC > [DAT?] > CDR (no intermediate cassette gens)
Encoding: EAC(secure) > Cool Edit Pro > CDWAV > shntool >
mkwact > SHN(seekable) by Matt Vernon

Thanks to John Gaetzi for the source disks!
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SBD -> ?? -> DAT(2) -> CDR;... (2) Sources:Primary... (5) Source: Recorded by Eddie... (0) flac 16; Soundboard>... (0) Bertha Remaster of (1) flac16; SBD/AUD... (0) flac24; DVD-A 24/44... (0) flac16; Repatched... (1) flac16; Recorded by... (0) flac16; Matrix by... (0) flac16;Recording... (0)
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