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Grateful Dead 02/20/71
Capitol Theater, Port Chester, NY
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Source # 6188 Other Sources
Entered by dr.unclear
Checksums shn-md5 , st5
Disc Counts 2 / 2
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Source Summary likely seekable reshn of previous shn set by Bob Clevenger (txt datestamp 3/19/00, md5 datestamp 10/14/01) 
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Grateful Dead
February 20, 1971
Port Chester, NY

Source: WBOTB
7" 2-track Betty Reel w/ dolby A @ 7 1/2 ips > PCM501ES @ 44.056 KHz
PCM501ES analog out > dolby A decoder > analog in Fostex D5 @ 48KHz >
DATx3 > ZA2 > notch filter > CD-R

Disc 1

(set I)

1. Casey Jones
2. Me And My Uncle
3. Hard To Handle
4. Bertha
5. Playing In The Band
6. Bird Song
7. Big Boss Man
8. Cryptical Envelopment > Drums > The Other One
9. Wharf Rat
10.Sugar Magnolia

Disc 2

(set II)

1. Truckin'
2. Loser
3. Next Time You See Me
4. Greatest Story Ever Told >
5. Johnny B. Goode
6. Ripple
7. Not Fade Away >
8. Goin' Down The Road Feelin' Bad >
9. Not Fade Away >
10.Turn On Your Lovelight

This is What Became Of The Bettys Source. I cleaned up the interference
in the form of an annoying whine in the same manner as I did other Port
Chester shows (2/18,2/21,2/23,2/24). However, I used two different
programs to do so. For disks 1 and 2, I used Diamond Cut Audio
Restorations Tools Notch Filter, with a filter width of 0.03 to 0.04
octaves, centered on ~8000 Hz, or wherever the whine happened to be.
I used Sound Forge Noise Reduction Plugin, centering on the whine, for
disc 3. Why two different programs? I began work on this show about
a month ago. I recently purchased the DCART program after hearing it
being widely regarded as one of the best (affordable) programs out there
for cleaning up audio. Let your ears judge which is best if you can tell
the difference. I found the DCART notch filter to be the better tool for
the job, while the SFNR plugin is flexible enough to be used as a notch

I also realized long after I was into cleaning this show up that others
have done so before me on this particular show. I'd be interested in any
feedback as to how my show compares to other efforts! I used the
narrowest filters I could without going bonkers. In some sections of the
show the whine wandered quickly, forcing me to use lots of different
filters over a small portion of the show.
Leigh Orf
For furthur info on my processing & related noise issues see
Show Checksums
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7" 2-track Betty Reel (0) flac16; Source: 7"... (0) flac16; Recording... (0)
Date User Comment
09/08/2009 trailmix I discovered that my md5 does not match any other version listed here at the db, so I figured it might be this one because the text file matches. The md5 I have is:

ed906bcec82509bed75dd811e562b31b *gd71-02-20d1t01.shn
0a761ff82c623028e85d8f501d05ae57 *gd71-02-20d1t02.shn
1c6a84dbcfca1e10b7d44cdd8a42ff29 *gd71-02-20d1t03.shn
b192f1afcaa26f761bf0919ea74be194 *gd71-02-20d1t04.shn
f0b342e007e47c2e0313fa1e8117efa9 *gd71-02-20d1t05.shn
68dd1b0593a29c2fc156fa85c5f314fe *gd71-02-20d1t06.shn
850b76be2c102b0cd46243582a56116b *gd71-02-20d1t07.shn
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7e78c1fa455f7bcc0cd03685e121a85e *gd71-02-20d1t09.shn
50e7b0f7c92e6e7eee944c84e1d47a9b *gd71-02-20d2t01.shn
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48d092ccfbb42b188455d02f73741778 *gd71-02-20d2t04.shn
368581c4dbd84f2b7f95f20a99d0231c *gd71-02-20d2t05.shn
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371ca665e1fa0f9e93db10e87c996162 *gd71-02-20d2t07.shn
187d39831c2e16dcd42837c99b69baf4 *gd71-02-20d3t01.shn
94d8146e5cc10453b153d04012dd5a7c *gd71-02-20d3t02.shn
7408495860d0fc4fba8f5831991cdcd6 *gd71-02-20d3t03.shn
5044dedc8442cc8a5503bd3c7a1c85f2 *gd71-02-20d3t04.shn
09/08/2009 Wharfrat73 Trailmix, it's likely that you have a copy of this source that was made by copying it from CD-r with a program such as EAC.
06/25/2012 cool_breeze The ST5s for this file set are the same as those for SHNID 111, i.e., the audio in this file set is identical to 111.