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DM_1992-09-11.asbd.flac16 (Unknown)

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Dave Matthews
September 11, 1992
Delta Kappa Epsilon (University of Virginia)
Charlottesville, VA

Taper: Unknown
Source: SBD->Analog(Master cassette)->DAT
Transfer: DAT(@16/48kHz)>Tascam DA-20>M-Audio Microtrack II>USB>PC
Conversion: Tom Gambichler-WAV>Sound Forge 8,Resampled to 16/44kHz, Fade in & fade out applied>L3 Waves Volume Maximizer>CD Wav Editor for track splitting>WAV>Flac Frontend, compression @ level 5

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Disc 1

01. Tripping Billies (Nature intro) 03:50
02. One Sweet World (Instrumental intro & outro) 04:03
(Exodus tease)
03. Lie in Our Graves 02:14
04. Redemption Song 03:29
05. So Much to Say 04:26
06. Ants Marching 04:00
07. Two Step-> 03:40
08. Lover Lay Down 03:42
09. Help Myself 04:54
10. I'll Back You Up 04:14
11. Once on a Wild Afternoon 03:47
12. Satellite 02:38
13. Blue Water-> 03:56
14. Typical Situation 05:32
15. Improv Jam (The Penis Song) 00:33
16. Dancing Nancies 05:42
17. Spotlight 04:14

Total Disc Time 65:00

Notes: Received this DAT from Louie Rendek through Bill Lakenan. Thanks to Louie for sending this DAT to me to review. This DAT shows it's from a master cassette as is the existing source, so I compared the wav file to the other source's wav file. No adjustments or fixes were documented on the other source so in comparing these wav files, I found them to be different. The other source has a dominant left channel whereas the DAT I have shows both channels dead even. Also, this DAT does not have a click prior to IBYU so this has to be a different source. It also sounds better and without tape warble which is present on some songs on the other source.

This new source is probably another taper's recording that was patched into the soundboard along with the other source since it's also documented to be from the master cassette.

No errors or defects found on this DAT source so no adjustments other than applying the L3 Waves Volume Maximizer were necessary. All in all it's an upgrade in quality so it was worth converting.

Compiled by Tom Gambichler on May 6, 2011


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  • Old 01-18-2020, 03:33 PM   #2
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    Re: DM_1992-09-11.asbd.flac16 (Unknown)

    Wow - this audio is studio quality for it being so old. Thank you for remastering and posting!
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