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 Post subject: Re: Soundboard Remasters Series (pre-2000 bootlegs)
PostPosted: Wed January 30, 2019 10:29 pm 
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Awesome, MD. Curious if the slower tempo songs in the sets are welcome resting moments or momentum killers on a run? Typically I don’t run with music but I can get behind letting the energy of a bootleg propel a workout.


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Awesome, MD. Curious if the slower tempo songs in the sets are welcome resting moments or momentum killers on a run? Typically I don’t run with music but I can get behind letting the energy of a bootleg propel a workout.


They never killed the momentum, nor broke my pace. If anything, they provided a nice change up to keep the run interesting. My biggest challenge in long distance training was always the mental focus to be running for so long. The different tempos helped.


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 Post subject: Re: Soundboard Remasters Series (pre-2000 bootlegs)
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I feel like I should start running again now as I post this.


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 Post subject: Re: Soundboard Remasters Series (pre-2000 bootlegs)
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I feel like I should start running again now as I post this.

Do it!


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 Post subject: Re: Soundboard Remasters Series (pre-2000 bootlegs)
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I used to love running to live show bootlegs. Feels like im trapped in a story and i want to see how it ends. I totally get lost in it and next thing I know i ran 10 miles.

Ah, to be young again.


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 Post subject: Re: Soundboard Remasters Series (pre-2000 bootlegs)
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Do someone know about new DGR work with old soundboard source concerts?

I don't know if I am able to link reddit from here

Is there some improve between the projects?


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 Post subject: Re: Soundboard Remasters Series (pre-2000 bootlegs)
PostPosted: Mon December 21, 2020 1:15 am 
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sico_pata wrote:
Do someone know about new DGR work with old soundboard source concerts?

I don't know if I am able to link reddit from here

Is there some improve between the projects?


I’m curious as well...I grabbed the Indio’93 today so I can sample his work...I’m most interested in his work with the late ‘95 stuff


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 Post subject: Re: Soundboard Remasters Series (pre-2000 bootlegs)
PostPosted: Mon December 21, 2020 10:19 pm 
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I have downloaded the DGR remastered bootlegs, and have started to listen in order and compare with JWB versions: I really prefer the DGR ones so far (after Amsterdam '92, MTV Unplugged, Zurich '92...), they sound fuller.
I am less familiar with audience bootlegs but his work on Paris '92 for example is great. The '95 releases look interesting as he works on the EQ to have distinct left/right channels from the mono Monkeywrench sources.

For those looking for links (files are in a Mega folder): https://www.reddit.com/r/PearlJamBootle ... checklist/


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 Post subject: Re: Soundboard Remasters Series (pre-2000 bootlegs)
PostPosted: Mon January 04, 2021 2:05 pm 
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XWayne wrote:
I have downloaded the DGR remastered bootlegs, and have started to listen in order and compare with JWB versions: I really prefer the DGR ones so far (after Amsterdam '92, MTV Unplugged, Zurich '92...), they sound fuller.
I am less familiar with audience bootlegs but his work on Paris '92 for example is great. The '95 releases look interesting as he works on the EQ to have distinct left/right channels from the mono Monkeywrench sources.

For those looking for links (files are in a Mega folder): https://www.reddit.com/r/PearlJamBootle ... checklist/


JWB remasters were mastered to fit in with the official boots series.

They are not audiophile remasters because that wasn't the goal.

This has been explained many times.

However, I am curious about this guy's Monkeywrench remasters because EQ'ing a mono source different in both channels is not a particularly smart or effective technique to use. But I've been wrong.


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