Difference between revisions of "1987-10-25 Olympiahalle, Munich, Germany/Source 1"

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== Notes ==
== Notes ==


A very good audience recording. [[Pimpf]] is incomplete. [[The Things You Said]] and [[Black Celebration]] are missing the very last couple seconds of outro fade-out and the first few seconds of the beginning, respectively, due to tape flip. This recording plays a percent or two fast. Bass can be a little boomy at times.
A very good audience recording. Clear and direct sounding, with nearly zero crowd noise. [[Pimpf]] is missing the first half or so. The first few seconds of [[The Things You Said]] are missing due to tape flip. The first few seconds of [[Black Celebration]] are also missing. There is an analog tape flaw toward the end of [[Pleasure, Little Treasure]]; a higher-generation copy of this recording has the same flaw, so it's likely to be an issue on the master tape. Channel balance varies throughout the recording. Certain songs, [[Stripped]] for example, have some distortion, likely due to microphone overload or tape saturation, or a combination of both.
 
There was an extremely loud ringing noise around 15khz ranging from [[The Things You Said]] through the middle of [[Pleasure, Little Treasure]] which was able to be cleanly removed using Audacity's spectral edit multi-tool. Other than that noise removal, hard limiting of a couple microphone bumps, and normalization, no further edits to the audio were required.
 
Note that an extended version of [[People Are People]] was performed, adding an extended middle break. This version was performed for the first seven concerts of the tour through [[1987-10-30 Palatrussardi, Milan, Italy|1987-10-30 Milan]], after which the "regular" shorter version is played for the entire tour, with one exception. This extended version is played only once more on [[1987-11-17 Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy, Paris, France|the second of three nights in Paris on 1987-11-17]].
 
Alan begins playing too early a couple times during the beginning of [[Master And Servant]].
 
Many thanks to Falko for generously lending me this tape to archive, and thanks to Elly Apfel for recording this concert.


== Listen ==
== Listen ==
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You can listen to this entire recording below.
You can listen to this entire recording below.


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== Track list ==
== Track list ==
 
[[File:Inlay-1987-10-25.png|thumb|right|x300px|The tape's inlay card.]]
CD1:
#[1:48] <sm2>https://media.dmlive.wiki/stream/dm1987-10-25.WM-D6C.EllyA.1.flac1644/01.m4a</sm2> [[Pimpf]]
#[1:45] <sm2>https://media.dmlive.wiki/stream/dm1987-10-25.aud.unknown.2.flac1644/CD1/01.m4a</sm2> [[Pimpf]]
#[5:38] <sm2>https://media.dmlive.wiki/stream/dm1987-10-25.WM-D6C.EllyA.1.flac1644/02.m4a</sm2> [[Behind The Wheel]]
#[5:33] <sm2>https://media.dmlive.wiki/stream/dm1987-10-25.aud.unknown.2.flac1644/CD1/02.m4a</sm2> [[Behind The Wheel]]
#[5:03] <sm2>https://media.dmlive.wiki/stream/dm1987-10-25.WM-D6C.EllyA.1.flac1644/03.m4a</sm2> [[Strangelove]]
#[4:58] <sm2>https://media.dmlive.wiki/stream/dm1987-10-25.aud.unknown.2.flac1644/CD1/03.m4a</sm2> [[Strangelove]]
#[5:18] <sm2>https://media.dmlive.wiki/stream/dm1987-10-25.WM-D6C.EllyA.1.flac1644/04.m4a</sm2> [[Sacred]]
#[5:13] <sm2>https://media.dmlive.wiki/stream/dm1987-10-25.aud.unknown.2.flac1644/CD1/04.m4a</sm2> [[Sacred]]
#[3:56] <sm2>https://media.dmlive.wiki/stream/dm1987-10-25.WM-D6C.EllyA.1.flac1644/05.m4a</sm2> [[Something To Do]]
#[3:52] <sm2>https://media.dmlive.wiki/stream/dm1987-10-25.aud.unknown.2.flac1644/CD1/05.m4a</sm2> [[Something To Do]]
#[5:12] <sm2>https://media.dmlive.wiki/stream/dm1987-10-25.WM-D6C.EllyA.1.flac1644/06.m4a</sm2> [[Blasphemous Rumours]]
#[5:06] <sm2>https://media.dmlive.wiki/stream/dm1987-10-25.aud.unknown.2.flac1644/CD1/06.m4a</sm2> [[Blasphemous Rumours]]
#[6:24] <sm2>https://media.dmlive.wiki/stream/dm1987-10-25.WM-D6C.EllyA.1.flac1644/07.m4a</sm2> [[Stripped]]
#[6:17] <sm2>https://media.dmlive.wiki/stream/dm1987-10-25.aud.unknown.2.flac1644/CD1/07.m4a</sm2> [[Stripped]]
#[4:16] <sm2>https://media.dmlive.wiki/stream/dm1987-10-25.WM-D6C.EllyA.1.flac1644/08.m4a</sm2> [[Pipeline]] (*)
#[4:12] <sm2>https://media.dmlive.wiki/stream/dm1987-10-25.aud.unknown.2.flac1644/CD1/08.m4a</sm2> [[Pipeline]] (*)
#[4:05] <sm2>https://media.dmlive.wiki/stream/dm1987-10-25.WM-D6C.EllyA.1.flac1644/09.m4a</sm2> [[The Things You Said]] (*)
#[4:01] <sm2>https://media.dmlive.wiki/stream/dm1987-10-25.aud.unknown.2.flac1644/CD1/09.m4a</sm2> [[The Things You Said]] (*)
#[4:36] <sm2>https://media.dmlive.wiki/stream/dm1987-10-25.WM-D6C.EllyA.1.flac1644/10.m4a</sm2> [[Black Celebration]]
#[4:31] <sm2>https://media.dmlive.wiki/stream/dm1987-10-25.aud.unknown.2.flac1644/CD1/10.m4a</sm2> [[Black Celebration]]
#[5:09] <sm2>https://media.dmlive.wiki/stream/dm1987-10-25.WM-D6C.EllyA.1.flac1644/11.m4a</sm2> [[Shake The Disease]]
 
#[4:38] <sm2>https://media.dmlive.wiki/stream/dm1987-10-25.WM-D6C.EllyA.1.flac1644/12.m4a</sm2> [[Nothing]]
CD2:
#[4:36] <sm2>https://media.dmlive.wiki/stream/dm1987-10-25.WM-D6C.EllyA.1.flac1644/13.m4a</sm2> [[Pleasure, Little Treasure]]
#[5:10] <sm2>https://media.dmlive.wiki/stream/dm1987-10-25.aud.unknown.2.flac1644/CD2/01.m4a</sm2> [[Shake The Disease]]
#[5:24] <sm2>https://media.dmlive.wiki/stream/dm1987-10-25.WM-D6C.EllyA.1.flac1644/14.m4a</sm2> [[People Are People]]
#[4:32] <sm2>https://media.dmlive.wiki/stream/dm1987-10-25.aud.unknown.2.flac1644/CD2/02.m4a</sm2> [[Nothing]]
#[4:15] <sm2>https://media.dmlive.wiki/stream/dm1987-10-25.WM-D6C.EllyA.1.flac1644/15.m4a</sm2> [[A Question Of Time]]
#[4:30] <sm2>https://media.dmlive.wiki/stream/dm1987-10-25.aud.unknown.2.flac1644/CD2/03.m4a</sm2> [[Pleasure, Little Treasure]]
#[8:31] <sm2>https://media.dmlive.wiki/stream/dm1987-10-25.WM-D6C.EllyA.1.flac1644/16.m4a</sm2> [[Never Let Me Down Again]]
#[5:17] <sm2>https://media.dmlive.wiki/stream/dm1987-10-25.aud.unknown.2.flac1644/CD2/04.m4a</sm2> [[People Are People]]
#[4:11] <sm2>https://media.dmlive.wiki/stream/dm1987-10-25.WM-D6C.EllyA.1.flac1644/17.m4a</sm2> [[A Question Of Lust]] (*)
#[4:08] <sm2>https://media.dmlive.wiki/stream/dm1987-10-25.aud.unknown.2.flac1644/CD2/05.m4a</sm2> [[A Question Of Time]]
#[7:27] <sm2>https://media.dmlive.wiki/stream/dm1987-10-25.WM-D6C.EllyA.1.flac1644/18.m4a</sm2> [[Master And Servant]]
#[8:20] <sm2>https://media.dmlive.wiki/stream/dm1987-10-25.aud.unknown.2.flac1644/CD2/06.m4a</sm2> [[Never Let Me Down Again]]
#[7:02] <sm2>https://media.dmlive.wiki/stream/dm1987-10-25.WM-D6C.EllyA.1.flac1644/19.m4a</sm2> [[Everything Counts]]
#[4:05] <sm2>https://media.dmlive.wiki/stream/dm1987-10-25.aud.unknown.2.flac1644/CD2/07.m4a</sm2> [[A Question Of Lust]] (*)
*Total time: 1:37:26
#[7:17] <sm2>https://media.dmlive.wiki/stream/dm1987-10-25.aud.unknown.2.flac1644/CD2/08.m4a</sm2> [[Master And Servant]]
#[6:52] <sm2>https://media.dmlive.wiki/stream/dm1987-10-25.aud.unknown.2.flac1644/CD2/09.m4a</sm2> [[Everything Counts]]
*Total time: 1:35:36


== Lineage ==
== Lineage ==
 
[[File:Tape-1987-10-25.jpg|thumb|right|x150px|The first generation tape.]]
*unknown taper and equipment -> unknown transfer -> digital clone from 1st gen tape -> 2xCD-R -> ripped using Exact Audio Copy 1.0 beta 3 (good, but not perfect settings) -> FLAC level 8
*Sony WM-D6C + unknown mics -> unknown master cassette(s) -> unknown deck(s) used for copy -> first generation TDK SA100 type II cassette tape, 1990 - 1991 stock -> Nakamichi MR-1 professional discrete head cassette deck (playback azimuth and pitch optimized) -> Mogami 2534 XLR to TRS cables -> Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 3rd gen USB audio interface -> WAV (32/88.2) -> recorded in Audacity 3.0.2 using WASAPI input; ringing noise eliminated, hard limited two mic bumps, recording sections (at tape flips / between pauses) normalized to -0.1dB and any DC offset removed, track splits -> WAV (32/88.2) -> downsampled to FLAC level 8 (16/44) using foobar2000 v1.6.6, FLAC 1.3.3 64-bit, and foobar2000's Resampler (SoX) component v0.8.3 (best quality), no dithering
*Generation: second
*Generation: first
*Taper: Elly Apfel
*Transfer: [[User:DMLiveWiki|DMLiveWiki]] on June 6, 2021
*Cassette tape photos, tape inlay scan, and auCDtectTaskManager log included


== Download ==
== Download ==


*[https://media.dmlive.wiki/downloads/dm1987-10-25.aud.unknown.2.flac1644.zip Download ZIP] - FLAC 16-bit 44.1khz - 641MB
*[https://media.dmlive.wiki/downloads/dm1987-10-25.WM-D6C.EllyA.1.flac1644.zip Download ZIP] - FLAC 16-bit 44.1KHz - 639.97MB


[[Category:Audience recordings]]
[[Category:Audience recordings]]
[[Category:Second generation recordings]]
[[Category:First generation recordings]]
[[Category:Elly Apfel recordings]]
[[Category:Elly Apfel recordings]]
[[Category:Cassette sourced recordings]]
[[Category:Source]]
[[Category:Source]]
[[Category:Streamable]]
[[Category:Streamable]]

Latest revision as of 19:02, 8 June 2021

Notes

A very good audience recording. Clear and direct sounding, with nearly zero crowd noise. Pimpf is missing the first half or so. The first few seconds of The Things You Said are missing due to tape flip. The first few seconds of Black Celebration are also missing. There is an analog tape flaw toward the end of Pleasure, Little Treasure; a higher-generation copy of this recording has the same flaw, so it's likely to be an issue on the master tape. Channel balance varies throughout the recording. Certain songs, Stripped for example, have some distortion, likely due to microphone overload or tape saturation, or a combination of both.

There was an extremely loud ringing noise around 15khz ranging from The Things You Said through the middle of Pleasure, Little Treasure which was able to be cleanly removed using Audacity's spectral edit multi-tool. Other than that noise removal, hard limiting of a couple microphone bumps, and normalization, no further edits to the audio were required.

Note that an extended version of People Are People was performed, adding an extended middle break. This version was performed for the first seven concerts of the tour through 1987-10-30 Milan, after which the "regular" shorter version is played for the entire tour, with one exception. This extended version is played only once more on the second of three nights in Paris on 1987-11-17.

Alan begins playing too early a couple times during the beginning of Master And Servant.

Many thanks to Falko for generously lending me this tape to archive, and thanks to Elly Apfel for recording this concert.

Listen

You can listen to this entire recording below.

Track list

The tape's inlay card.
  1. [1:48] Play Pimpf
  2. [5:38] Play Behind The Wheel
  3. [5:03] Play Strangelove
  4. [5:18] Play Sacred
  5. [3:56] Play Something To Do
  6. [5:12] Play Blasphemous Rumours
  7. [6:24] Play Stripped
  8. [4:16] Play Pipeline (*)
  9. [4:05] Play The Things You Said (*)
  10. [4:36] Play Black Celebration
  11. [5:09] Play Shake The Disease
  12. [4:38] Play Nothing
  13. [4:36] Play Pleasure, Little Treasure
  14. [5:24] Play People Are People
  15. [4:15] Play A Question Of Time
  16. [8:31] Play Never Let Me Down Again
  17. [4:11] Play A Question Of Lust (*)
  18. [7:27] Play Master And Servant
  19. [7:02] Play Everything Counts
  • Total time: 1:37:26

Lineage

The first generation tape.
  • Sony WM-D6C + unknown mics -> unknown master cassette(s) -> unknown deck(s) used for copy -> first generation TDK SA100 type II cassette tape, 1990 - 1991 stock -> Nakamichi MR-1 professional discrete head cassette deck (playback azimuth and pitch optimized) -> Mogami 2534 XLR to TRS cables -> Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 3rd gen USB audio interface -> WAV (32/88.2) -> recorded in Audacity 3.0.2 using WASAPI input; ringing noise eliminated, hard limited two mic bumps, recording sections (at tape flips / between pauses) normalized to -0.1dB and any DC offset removed, track splits -> WAV (32/88.2) -> downsampled to FLAC level 8 (16/44) using foobar2000 v1.6.6, FLAC 1.3.3 64-bit, and foobar2000's Resampler (SoX) component v0.8.3 (best quality), no dithering
  • Generation: first
  • Taper: Elly Apfel
  • Transfer: DMLiveWiki on June 6, 2021
  • Cassette tape photos, tape inlay scan, and auCDtectTaskManager log included

Download