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Post 2019-11-20 19:23   [Quote] 
--- 1971 11 01 Dick Cavett ABC TV 24-96 (Bootray) ---
2019 24/96 Remasters

Size: 211MB .flac
Legnth: 19:56:47
Quality: TV,A.
Lineage: TV line out/Sony 124 recorder/MasterCass-Scotch Green Shell/Denon DRS-610/Focusrite Scarlett 2i2/Audition/24-96flac
This torrent is incompatible with the CD-Audio standard. The sound is in 24-bit stereo sampled at 96 kHz.

1971 11 01 Dick Cavett ABC TV 24-96 (Bootray)
Excellent sound, excellent band, fine performance.

1. Sofa
2. Interview
3. 200 motels clip
4. Interview
5. Who are the brain police?

This is the year I'm remastering all my master tapes to digital.
Around 50 tapes have been digitized @ 24/96 and are headed your way.
Cassette tapes have proven to be suprisingly durable over time, however, fine cassette decks are dropping
like flies due to rubber drying out, the lack of replacement parts and techs who can't or won't repair them.
My Sony tcd5m's idler wheel went down and it can not be replaced. I used my Denon and dubs worked out well.
Digitize your tapes now because CassDecks are dying and soon it will be very difficult to transfer at all.

BootRay 2019 Remasters:
Bill Frisell 11-3-04 DM lowa Vaudville Muse
Clapton 04-18-87 StPaul 24-96
Clapton 5-20-90 Ameslowa Hilton 24-96
David Lindlay El Rayo-X 11-10-88 Mshop early 24-96
David Lindlay ElRayo-X 11-10-88 Mshop late 24-96
Don Byron 1990 Minneapolis The Walker 24-96
Donald Fagen Band 9-3-86 24-96
Eliane Elias 11-17-89 Mshop 24-96
Eric Johnson 6-13-90 Omaha 24-96
Fairport Convention 12-1-87 St Paul Wilkins aud 24-96
Fixx 7-4-86 Omaha 24-96
Frank Zappa 1970 Dick Cavett show 24-96
Ivan Neville 3-24-89 Ames Iowa Hilton 24-96
John Abercrombie Andy LaVerne 1990 Ames lowa Mshop 24-96
John Scofield 4-25-86 Ames lowa Mshop 24-96
John Scofield 11-9-89 Ames lowa Mshop 24-96
John Zorn 1991 Houdini DeSade project 24-96
Little Feat 1975 lowa City 24-96
Pat Metheny 77 Gabe n Walkers lowaCity 24-96
Miles Davis 10-7-88 Iowa City Hancher 24-96
Neil Young 8-18-89 Costa Mesa Pacific Amp 24-96
Pat Metheny 9-17-89 lowa City Hancher 24-96
Pink Floyd 5-18-88 24-96
Police 11-27-83 Cedar Falls lowa 24-96
Porcupine Tree 5-29-05 Minneapolis Fine Line 24-96
Porcupine Tree 7-26-03 Minneapolis Fine Line 24-96
Rajah 1982 July Project
Ravi Shankar 4-16-87 lowa City Hancher 24-96
Replacements 5-24-89 KC Memorial Hall 24-96
Richard Thompson 7-20-89 Ameslowa Mshop early 24-96
Richard Thompson 7-20-89 Ameslowa Mshop late 24-96
Richard Thompson Band 10-18-86 Ames lowa Mshop early 24-96
Richard Thompson Band 10-18-86 Ames lowa Mshop late 24-96
Robert Cray 4-18-87 St Paul 24-96
Robben Ford 10-24-92 Des Moines Ft DM Hotel early 24-96
Robben Ford 10-24-92 Des Moines Ft DM Hotel late 24-96
Robin Trower 7-27-87 KC Starlight theater 24-96
Roger Waters 11-13-87 Milwaukee MeccaArena 24-96
Roger Waters 11-14-87 Chicago Arie Crown 24-96
Sons St Louis June 76
Stan Ridgway 8-18-89 the Belly Up Encinitas Calif 24-96
Steel Pulse 1984 Denver Rainbow Theater 24-96
Stevie Ray Vaughan 5-8-87 DM Civic Center 24-96
Stevie Ray Vaughan 8-30-87 DM lowa Easy Street 24-96
Tubes 4-6-85 Cedar Rapids Five Seasons center 24-96
Tubes 10-4-83 Pella 24-96
Utopia 4-6-85 Cedar Rapids Five seasons center 24-96
Weather Report 2-11-80 DM Civic Center
ZZTop 2-14-86 Ameslowa Hilton 24-96
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Post 2019-11-20 20:07   [Quote] 
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Post 2019-11-20 21:41   [Quote] 
This a fresh transfer, from my 48 year old master cassette..still plays great.
No noise reduction, it is phase aligned with slight volume boost when Frank mumbles his answers.
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Post 2019-11-20 22:12   [Quote] 
This was recorded from TV in 1971, when no resolution wasn't even close to 8bits, so what do you think we would gain having it in 24/96? Do you also believe in Jesus?
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Post 2019-11-20 23:43   [Quote] 
BengoFury wrote:
This was recorded from TV in 1971, when no resolution wasn't even close to 8bits, what do you think we would gain having it in 24/96? Do you also believe in Jesus?

I am an atheist.
This transfer is made with vastly superior ADC and equipment throughout, compared to my15 year old transfer. So, the noise floor will be significantly lower. The dynamic range of the recording, as limited as it might be on the master recording will be maximized beyond the old version. Any hiss or harmonic distortion added by the inferior electronics years ago can be quelled with 24-96 processing if needed. Also gained is the opportunity to access this version, which is future proofed technologically No remastering of my old version can provide these improvements, as subtle as they might be.
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Post 2019-11-21 05:56   [Quote] 
THANK YOU! Also for the Fagen tape elsewhere... The new transfer of your tape of the 88 Floyd sounds very promising , as per the old info file on Yeesh... I will be watching for that one!

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Post 2019-11-21 13:53   [Quote] 
BootRay wrote:
Any hiss or harmonic distortion added by the inferior electronics years ago can be quelled with 24-96 processing if needed.

It could be quelled just as well with 16/44.1 processing. Higher bit depths and sample rates are used for minimizing quantization errors when processing audio (although 96 kHz seems a bit overkill for a recording of this nature), but there is no point in mantaining them in the final files. What you should do in this case is add some dither after you're done processing and convert back to 16/44.1.

Also, why do you call it a "remaster"? From your writeup I gather it's just a fresh transfer. If you did do any audio processing on the files that would justify calling it a remaster, I think that should be specified in detail in the lineage. That word is usually frowned upon here, so the more info you can provide the better...

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Post 2019-11-21 15:25   [Quote] 
yetanother wrote:
Higher bit depths and sample rates are used for minimizing quantization errors when processing audio
(although 96 kHz seems a bit overkill for a recording of this nature), but there is no point in mantaining them in the final files.
What you should do in this case is add some dither after you're done processing and convert back to 16/44.1.

BTW, I create my own master recordings in 88.2 kHz and 24 bits. Better safe than sorry. If I later downsample to 44.1 kHz,
there are theoretically no quantization errors. Not without reason, 88.2 kHz is even a separate setting of my audio recorder.

88.2 divided by 2 = 44.1

Furthermore, I do not think the human ear can make a difference between 96 kHz and 88.2 kHz - and not even 44.1 kHz. tunes
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Post 2019-11-21 17:51   [Quote] 
yetanother wrote:
BootRay wrote:
Any hiss or harmonic distortion added by the inferior electronics years ago can be quelled with 24-96 processing if needed.

It could be quelled just as well with 16/44.1 processing. Higher bit depths and sample rates are used for minimizing quantization errors when processing audio (although 96 kHz seems a bit overkill for a recording of this nature), but there is no point in mantaining them in the final files. What you should do in this case is add some dither after you're done processing and convert back to 16/44.1.

Also, why do you call it a "remaster"? From your writeup I gather it's just a fresh transfer. If you did do any audio processing on the files that would justify calling it a remaster, I think that should be specified in detail in the lineage. That word is usually frowned upon here, so the more info you can provide the better...

Interesting... Your right, Fresh transfer would have been more accurate.
Some of these recordings needed processing, they were all phase aligned, channel balanced, and also on a couple, when one channel was bad, patched to mono.
No NR was used. Your advice is reasonable, I almost wish I had more tapes to process so I could try it but I'm so fried from dubbing that I don't foresee me
processing tapes ever again.
I tries to upload my 16-44 version here but messed up the post fatally.
then I listened to flambays 16-44 version o this show, and it sounds great, so I didn't post mine.
Thanx for preserving this recording.

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BootRay wrote:
yetanother wrote:
BootRay wrote:
Any hiss or harmonic distortion added by the inferior electronics years ago can be quelled with 24-96 processing if needed.

It could be quelled just as well with 16/44.1 processing. Higher bit depths and sample rates are used for minimizing quantization errors when processing audio (although 96 kHz seems a bit overkill for a recording of this nature), but there is no point in mantaining them in the final files. What you should do in this case is add some dither after you're done processing and convert back to 16/44.1.

Also, why do you call it a "remaster"? From your writeup I gather it's just a fresh transfer. If you did do any audio processing on the files that would justify calling it a remaster, I think that should be specified in detail in the lineage. That word is usually frowned upon here, so the more info you can provide the better...

Interesting... Your right, Fresh transfer would have been more accurate.
Some of these recordings needed processing, they were all phase aligned, channel balanced, and also on a couple, when one channel was bad, patched to mono.
No NR was used. Your advice is reasonable, I almost wish I had more tapes to process so I could try it but I'm so fried from dubbing that I don't foresee me
processing tapes ever again.
I tries to upload my 16-44 version here but messed up the post fatally.
then I listened to flambays 16-44 version o this show, and it sounds great, so I didn't post mine.
Thanx for preserving this recording.
Great advice!

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Post 2019-11-21 17:59   [Quote] 
Thanx all

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Post 2019-11-27 23:30   [Quote] 
Finally downloaded - thank you very much for sharing!
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Post 2019-12-21 21:24   [Quote] 
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BengoFury wrote:
This was recorded from TV in 1971, when no resolution wasn't even close to 8bits, what do you think we would gain having it in 24/96? Do you also believe in Jesus?


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