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Grateful Dead 03/06/94
Desert Sky Pavilion, Phoenix, AZ
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Entered by Matt Vernon
Checksums ffp , flac-md5
Disc Counts 2 / 2
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3/21/05
04/04/2006
Source Summary flac16; SBD> ?> CD (see info file for notes); via sailor_saint 
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Grateful Dead
March 6, 1994 (Sunday)
Desert Sky Pavilion (now known as "Cricket Pavilion")

D1 (70:51)
01: Tuning
02: Help On the Way -->
03: Slipknot! -->
04: Franklin's Tower
05: Spoonful -->
06: Jack-A-Roe
07: When I Paint My Masterpiece
08: Brown Eyed Women
09: Let It Grow
----------------------------
10: Tuning
11: Easy Answers
12: Lazy River Road


D2 (75:04)
01: Playin' -->
02: Eyes Of the World -->
03: Drums -->
04: Space -->
05: The Wheel
06: The Last Time -->
07: Attics Of My Life -->
08: Good Lovin'
09: E:  Liberty





Flaws:
1)  Static and 1.3 second dropout at 3:26 of "Let It Grow"
2)  Static and 0.6 second dropout at 3:32 of "Let It Grow"
3)  1 second dropout at 3:37 of "Let It Grow"
4)  1 second dropout at 2:49 of "Attics Of My Life"


Notes:
This recording has the same genealogy as the 3/5/94 I recently posted.
  
In the summer of 1999, Dick Latvala cloned the March 4-6 1994 run for a guy who hosted a
Grateful Dead-themed radio show; I obtained copies from the radio host.

Unlike 3/5/94, this show was tracked pretty accurately.  I did make minor adjustments to some
track markers, again boosted the levels by about 20% (actually, 18% for reasons noted below)
and again fixed a duplicated section of the track marker between "Drums" and "Space".  

The show had the same low levels problem as noted in 3/5/94.  However, the boost was a problem,
since the music itself peaked a few times during "Drums", "Space", and "The Last Time".  
Accordingly, it was difficult to do an across-the-board boost, because that would have driven the
levels -- at least for those songs, at certain parts -- throught the roof.  So, I acted in the
greater good, so to speak, and decided to boost the levels for the benefit of the entire recording.  
So, there are a few "hot" sections in those songs.

Furthur, there was a BIG problem with the "Drums" --> "Space" track marker.  On my originals, "Drums"
was the last song of Disc 2, and "Space" was the first song of Disc 3.  Come to find out that when
those songs were tracked together, the volume levels didn't match; "Space" was quite clearly louder,
even the waveforms looked markedly different.  So, the splice was a problem since the levels didn't
match.  Again, quite similar to the 3/5 seam, the first 15 or so seconds of "Space" was duplicated
at the last 15 or so seconds of "Drums".  However, when I chopped off the duplicated sections, I
still had a marked difference in volume.  So, because I have entered this little project not wanting
to fade anything in or out, the volume markedly increases at about 15:28 of "Space".  "It is what it is",
as they say these days.



Techie Stuff:
Extraction: EAC Secure Mode
Editing: Cakewalk Pyro 5.0.31
FLAC encoding: FLAC Frontend 1.1.0 (with Sector Boundaries aligned)


Created and Uploaded March 21, 2005.
Any problems or comments:  [email protected]
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