|Checksums||shn-md5 , st5|
|Disc Counts||2 / 3|
|Source Summary||MSC -> Reel (3 3/4 ips) -> Revox A-77 (reel to reel deck) -> Alesis Masterlink ML-9600 (A/D conversion and CDR mastering) -> CDRs -> EAC -> SHN; via Jim Wise, Darrin Sacks|
|Other Sources (comments)
Source: MAC(FOB Sennheiser... (0) SDB>>CM>>C>>DAT>>CDR via... (2) flac16; AUD Source:... (4) flac 16 Source: 3... (1) flac16; Matrix by... (0) flac24; AUD: 2x... (1) flac16; AUD: 2x... (1) flac24; Updated... (1) flac16/48kHz; Set 2... (0) flac16; aud cassette... (0) flac24; aud cassette... (0) flac16/44.1... (0) flac24/48 ... (0)
|11/06/2000||Shane L.||Wow, this show sounds damned good considering the era. Glad to see some 83 shows with the sound quality this has.|
|11/06/2000||Shane L.||It seems that the md5 for d2 is also the md5 for d1.|
The md5s for the 2 tracks on d2 are:
sorry for any confusion
There are some digisnits. I cleaned up three spots just
prior to the beginning of Morning Dew. Not sure if there are
more or not, haven't listened to the rest.
|12/20/2000||Rob Robar||WOW! I have had this show on Analog for years and was laways a fave. Especially set 2. The Scarlet>Fire>Estimated >Eyes is one not to be missed. The sound quality is very good and a definate upgrade for me. I have made CDR covers for the show which can be found at : http://www.geocities.com/headway_graphixx/index.htm. I did break the discs down differently as I could not see breaking up the Set 2 opening sequence. It also makes it so you don't need the 80 min disc. You may need to smooth the cut between Firs and Estimated. I used Cool Edit 2000 to do a quick fade. This was only on my personal copy.|
Seems that the above-listed md5 file for disk 3 also contains the md5s for disk 1 -- the circulating versions should all have the correct md5s, but fyi, here are the disk 3 md5s:
|12/29/2000||Diana Hamilton||Oops, my fault for the classic db editing error on the md5s! :( They're fixed now, thanks gentlemen.|
|02/22/2001||A. Liu||Vocal prescence are quite strong for the first 5 tracks on disk one (weak on instrumental, especially Jerry). Otherwise, quite listenable and the only '83 show on this site!|
|06/13/2002||Cale Miller||Most of Morning Dew (from about 3:30 to 9:30) is spliced from a audience source. The audience recording is nice, but the lineage is unknown.|
|06/14/2002||puddles||I also love this show although I find it may have been Dolbied or DBX-ed to death...anyone else find the sound a little stop n go or flat?...peace.pudds.|
from gdlive gd83-04-13
Upgrade over the version on GD Live.com
A tiny bit muddied compared with some of the other "crispy" 83 shows. The drums don;t "thump" away like on 10.21.83, but I'm nitpicking.
Still a bang up job to get this show in wide circulation.
Thanks a bunch