1982-03-28 De Lantaren, Rotterdam, The Netherlands/Source 3
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A very good sounding FM broadcast recording. Three sources were used to complete this recording:
- Source 1: 2003 rebroadcast of four tracks for tracks 1 and 4-6.
- Source 2: original FM broadcast master tape (unknown date and station) for tracks 2, 3, and the outro.
- Source 4: "A Question Of Knowledge" CD bootleg for 20 seconds of the beginning of Big Muff.
You can listen to this entire recording below.
- [2:09] Play I Sometimes Wish I Was Dead
- [4:06] Play Big Muff
- [3:17] Play Now, This Is Fun
- [3:51] Play Ice Machine
- [4:01] Play New Life
- [3:09] Play Tora! Tora! Tora!
- [3:05] Play The Meaning Of Love
- [0:12] Play Outro
- Total time: 23:50
- Source 1: FM (VPRO Nighttrain, April 5, 2003) -> Sony MDJA20-ES (using Transparent Musichord interconnects) -> to HDD via Furukawa optical cable -> Creative SoundBlaster Platinum 5.1 -> Cool Edit Pro v2.0 (for edits and fades) -> FLAC -> in Adobe Audition CC 2014: automatic phase correction (most accurate settings), normalized to -0.1dB and any DC bias removed
- Source 2: FM -> unknown equipment -> TDK D60 cassette (master) -> Nakamichi CR-1A cassette deck -> ASUS Xonar DX sound card (24/96) -> Adobe Audition CC 2014 -> automatic phase correction (most accurate settings), normalized to -0.1dB and any DC bias removed
- Taper for sources 1 and 2 is 1LFonzie on DIME (originally fonzie463), generation master. Cassette tape photos included for source 2.
- Source 3: A Question Of Knowledge CD bootleg -> FLAC -> in Adobe Audition CC 2014: automatic phase correction (most accurate settings), normalized to -0.1dB and any DC bias removed
- Converted to FLAC 16-bit 44.1khz FLAC 1.3.0 64-bit (level 8 compression) and foobar2000 v1.3.3, tracked using cuesheet. auCDTectTaskManager log included
- Download ZIP - FLAC 16-bit 44.1khz - 152MB