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PostPosted: Fri Feb 19, 2016 4:13 pm


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My friend Dennis did the post production on my Arlo recording from Cuesta College, 10/23/98. I think it sounds a lot better. He was able to tame the loud crowd applause between songs and flatten out the frequency response.

The show is on dime a dozen at this address: ... ?id=551710

Here is the text file. Enjoy!

Arlo Guthrie
Cuesta College Auditorium
San Luis Obispo, CA

5th Row Center: Nyquist Omnis >SBM-1 >Sony TCD-D7
DAT Master Transferred: Tascam DA-30 >HHb CDR 800 PRO Via Analog i/o
CD Masters (HHb Gold) Extracted As One-Track WAV Files Via xACT 2.37 >Sound Forge Pro 10.0a [iZotope RX2 Advanced Plugin (Declick); Sony Wave Hammer Plugin (Lower Loud Screams, Whistles, And Laughter); Normalize] >Audacity (Track Splits) >FLAC (Level 8) + Tags Via xACT 2.37

Recorded, Transferred, Audacity, FLAC’d, & Tagged By OldNeumanntapr
Soundforge Pro, Sony Wave Hammer Post Production By Dennis Orr

Set I
Disc I:
01. Chilling Of The Evening
02. My Front Pages
03. Arlo Story
04. Ring Around The Rosy Rag
05. Arlo Story
06. Percy’s Song
07. 1913 Massacre
08. Arlo Story/Mooses Come Walking (Poem)
09. Alice’s Restaurant

Set II
Disc II:
01. Ocean Crossing
02. When A Soldier Makes It Home
03. Arlo Story
04. Wake Up Dead
05. Key To The Highway
06. Arlo Story
07. The Sinking Of The Reuben James
08. Orphan Girl*
09. Arlo Story
10. The City Of New Orleans
11. The Motorcycle Song
12. This Land Is Your Land

13. Goodnight Irene

Arlo Guthrie - Guitars, Keyboards, Vocals
Abe Guthrie - Keyboards
Sara Guthrie - Lead Vocal*

OldNeumanntapr Notes-

The Cuesta College Auditorium was a neat old shoebox-type theater, built back during WWII on the old Cuesta campus which was part of the the Camp San Luis California National Guard army base. (The New campus, built in the early 70s fronts Highway 1, the Pacific Coast Highway.) The auditorium looked like hell, with peeling paint and a leaky roof with a water-stained ceiling, but had really nice acoustics. Alas, it was deemed not worthy to retro-fit for earthquake standards, so it is slowing decaying and has been boarded up and condemned since the middle 2000s. It was sad, because Arlo remarked during the show how wonderful the sound was in the old theater. He said that they had played some brand new houses that didn’t sound half as good, and he implored the audience to try and preserve the old building. Sadly, that didn’t happen. I have recorded at the old auditorium a lot, and made my first recording there in the late 1980s when I was working part time for the Cuesta College Music Department while I was going to school. I gave a patch to my friend TaprRon at this Arlo show and he laughed, because it was the first time he’d gotten a patch at a stealth show! I got my ticket signed at this show, and My ex wife Nikki and I brought our daughter Lucy to see Arlo play. She was seven years old, and the last time that we saw Arlo Nikki was pregnant with Lucy.

DO NOT Convert To MP3!
Enjoy! Share freely, don’t sell, play nice, don’t run with scissors, etc. ;)

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