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String Cheese Incident 06/19/99
The Art Factory, Telluride, CO
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Entered by Daniel Shay
Checksums flac16
Disc Counts 2 / 3
Media Size
Date Circulated
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01/23/04
01/24/2004
Source Summary Schoeps CMC6/mk4 > Aerco MP-2 > AD-500e > DAT; Transfer: Tascam DA-20 mkII > Delta DiO 2496 > Sound Forge 6.0 > CDWave > shntool > flac16 
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The String Cheese Incident
June 19, 1999
The Art Factory
Telluride, CO


Source: Schoeps CMC6/MK4 > Aerco MP-2 > Apogee AD-500e > DAT (48khz)

Transfer: Tascam DA-20 mkII > s/pdif out > Monster Datalink 100 > Delta DiO 2496 >
Soundforge 6.0 (see notes) > CD Wave v.1.71 > shntool > FLAC16 (level 8)
ID tags added using WinAmp v2.81

Transferred, compiled, and encoded on 12/28/2003 by Brad Leblanc.


Disc 1, Set 1:
1. Mouna Bowa [08:55]
2. Ms. Brown's Teahouse [10:53]
3. Sand Dollar [09:35]
4. Cottonmouth [08:42]
5. Blue Bossa [12:40]

Total: [50:45]


Disc 2, Set 1:
1. Got What He Wanted > Jam > [16:22]
2. Rollover [12:56]
-Set 2-
3. Set 2 Intro [01:17]
4. Come As You Are [10:45]
5. Joyful Sound > [14:37]
6. Blackberry Blossum [18:34]

Total: [74:31]


Disc 3, Set 2:
1. Rolling in my Sweet Baby's Arms [06:47]
2. Breathe * [06:43]
3. Fire On The Mountain * > Drums > [18:47]
4. Restless Wind [11:29]
5. E: How Mt. Girls Can Love [03:57]

Total: [47:43]


Show Notes:
* with Keller Williams.


Seed Notes:
- Rollover was cut short on the tapes. I fade it out right before the cut, it occurs
with about 20 seconds left in the song.

- Mouna Bowa had really low levels on the DAT, the taper adjusted this before
Ms. Brown's starts. I boosted the levels during Mouna Bowa so they were on par with
the rest of the first set. Doing this enhanced the sound of levels being played
with between the 2 songs, but I think that the levels for the music are pretty much
the same for the whole set now.

The following processing was applied to the master wave files prior to splitting them
up into tracks. All performed using SF 6.0.

1. DC Offset Removal (automatic detect and remove).
2. Peak Normalization to -0.3 dB.
3. 48 > 44.1 Resample (Anti Alias Filter, Interpolation Accuracy 4/4).
4. Highpass Triangular Dithering with Highpass Contour Noise Shaping.
5. Beginning and End of set fades.

SHNtool Output:
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
    length     expanded size   cdr  WAVE  probs   filename
     8:55.45      94479884     ---   --    ---    sci1999-06-19d1t1.wav
    10:53.21     115238636     ---   --    ---    sci1999-06-19d1t2.wav
     9:35.58     101566460     ---   --    ---    sci1999-06-19d1t3.wav
     8:42.06      92094956     ---   --    ---    sci1999-06-19d1t4.wav
    12:40.21     134113436     ---   --    ---    sci1999-06-19d1t5.wav
    16:22.50     173342444     ---   --    ---    sci1999-06-19d2t1.wav
    12:56.40     136980524     ---   --    ---    sci1999-06-19d2t2.wav
     1:17.17      13622828     ---   --    ---    sci1999-06-19d2t3.wav
    10:45.40     113872124     ---   --    ---    sci1999-06-19d2t4.wav
    14:37.53     154827500     ---   --    ---    sci1999-06-19d2t5.wav
    18:34.55     196639004     ---   --    ---    sci1999-06-19d2t6.wav
     6:47.33      71872460     ---   --    ---    sci1999-06-19d3t1.wav
     6:43.22      71140988     ---   --    ---    sci1999-06-19d3t2.wav
    18:47.06     198816956     ---   --    ---    sci1999-06-19d3t3.wav
    11:29.10     121563164     ---   --    ---    sci1999-06-19d3t4.wav
     3:57.72      41976188     ---   --    ---    sci1999-06-19d3t5.wav
   173:06.24    1832147552 B                      (totals for 16 files)
Show Checksums
flac16
sci1999-06-19d3t5.flac:5ddcd61531ee8c31fdd97fa034f462ea
sci1999-06-19d1t2.flac:93099a3d54e085c82dab1e7e3185dd70
sci1999-06-19d1t3.flac:1f86f0ed7460cb00fce9fa0f4a723733
sci1999-06-19d1t4.flac:ba78c8a05b089806b5eed2edc1335c03
sci1999-06-19d1t5.flac:68e48fd00fcc0625d6713a4e2af182b7
sci1999-06-19d2t1.flac:8daf9ff4c82591fcbae7ba4ba4f97f81
sci1999-06-19d2t2.flac:652dd46c6c5386dd65d951709eaa03e4
sci1999-06-19d2t3.flac:c9afbf9ab61f69bff96c611cb8f3bb8c
sci1999-06-19d2t4.flac:36b66da204e6ce31abbd92fae37f5d4f
sci1999-06-19d2t5.flac:05e12b4d14da6094b236e996814772b6
sci1999-06-19d2t6.flac:fd72a8bb2da9c09f411b67a1c7d53348
sci1999-06-19d3t1.flac:cda6e5df1bca6d07aa16025dd4b02aba
sci1999-06-19d3t2.flac:834c2878b0bb558300f831e1b29f6133
sci1999-06-19d3t3.flac:908ba2d0c850cc0754de13aab2bde0f1
sci1999-06-19d3t4.flac:9c152f4431e9ac41ada1da09f7d57682
sci1999-06-19d1t1.flac:c241ca49ce5e34b0f41f96081b3c120f

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