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Saturday, January 28, 2012

[BT/LMA] Grateful Dead 03/19/86 Hampton Coliseum, Hampton, VA Senn 441+ME80 4 channel (new source to circulation)

Grateful Dead
Hampton Coliseum
Hampton, VA

Source: Sennheiser 441 + Sennheiser ME80-> 4 channel mic preamp/mixer,
(mixer unknown)-> analog stereo out-> Technics RS-B68R home deck
Config/Location: ORTF behind board OTS (~20' behind board)

Transfer: Metal Master TDK cassette>JVC TD-V661 3 head>Technics RS-B68R>unbalanced RCA analog inputs of Egosys Waveterminal 2496 record/tracked with CDWave @ 44.1>
Macbook>Sound Studio 3.6(normalize peak, +gain)>xACT 2.15(align on sector boundaries, encode, tag, fingerprint)>flac16 (level 8 )

Taped by: Unknown
Patch taped and transferred by: Mike Buyers
Processing and seeded by: Lenny Stubbe

Set I: (1:05:38)

01. Hell in a Bucket
02. Stagger Lee
03. C.C. Rider
04. Cold Rain & Snow
05. Beat It On Down The Line
06. Big Railroad Blues>
07. Looks Like Rain
08. Visions of Johanna
09. Music Never Stopped>
10. Don't Ease

Set II: (1:13:06)

01. China Cat Sunflower>
02. I Know You Rider
03. Playin in the Band>
04. Drumz>
05. Space>
06. The Wheel>
07. Truckin>
08. Black Peter>
09. Around & Around>
10. Johnny B. Goode

11. Mighty Quinn

- Visions of Johanna is first time played
- Thanks to Mike for getting me the files to finish up and share with the community!

Notes from Mike Buyers:
All songs except Hell in a Bucket recorded in dbx 1. Hell was in Dolby C. The eq is quite dry, but the frequency response is great, needs a 10 band. I did a few shows with this home deck which came with dbx 1 noise reduction built in. I removed the power supply and installed it in a separate enclosure with a 5 pin DIN plug. I boxed up two separate 12 volt NiCads and a 3 volt supply to power up the unit and the original power supply did the recharge when the deck did not need to be powered up. It made it through 2 hours of recording as fellow tapers were placing bets on when it would die.

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