"We Love You Germany" (LPP)
SQ Scale (G+ VG- VG VG+ EX- EX EX+ SUP- SUP)
SQ Rating: VG+/VG
November 15th 1972
Lineage: Unknown > ? > FLAC -> WAV > ACL11 > WAV > CDWave > FLAC
The result of this remaster should be a fuller sound with improved output from each channel and
more consistent SQ throughout the whole show. I gave it a name to help differentiate it from
The source for this offering was torrented here on Dime in March and I've included the original
info file, though I suspect its related to Taurus's offering a couple a years ago mentioned in
this sources thread. I've attached a pic of both channels of the waveform before the remaster
as a simple way of illustrating the differences throughout the show. Tracks 01-05, 06-07, 08-10,
and 11-12 are mastered differently. One thing the whole show had in common was that it was phase
shifted. I could hazard a guess why all this might be but its probably better to just repair it
as good as possible. It is definitely lossless as I checked it thoroughly in EAC.
***Brief summary of what was done***
Phase corrected the whole show which gave it a bit fuller sound. Removed about 15 prominent mic
bumps and pops. Tr01-05 was primarily a gain increase in the low end varied for each channel.
Tr06-07 was the first appearance of NR artifacts. I took the edge off the harshness of them with
the parametric EQ (PEQ) and increased the gain in the low end. Also increased the gain in the right
channel since it was much lower than the left. Tr08-10 the source had apparent significant NR with
a drop off after 4k and a strange 23 seconds segment from 5:00-5:23 where the NR was even greater.
Increased the gain in both channels as they were both low and used targeted PEQ on each channel and
also moderated the existing NR artifacts. Tr11-12 about 35 seconds into tr11 it intermittenly switched
over from the sound of tr08-10 to a strange mix of channels with the left channel being the main problem.
Reduce the gain primarily in the left channel and mixed the right into it. Also used targeted PEQ to
fill out weak frequency ranges. More detailed notes below.
November 15th 1972
01. Public Animal #9 7:49
02. Caught in a Dream 1:40
03. Under My Wheels 1:46
04. Be My Lover 2:35
05. I'm Eighteen 7:24
06. Is It My Body/My Very Own 8:46
07. Halo of Flies 11:25
08. Gutter Cat vs The Jets 5:54
09. Street Fight 6:08
10. Killer 10:17
11. Elected 5:56
12 Encore Applause 1:38
13. School's Out 11:42
Total Time 83:06
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Little Pieces Production (LPP)
Phase corrected the whole show.
Removed about 15 prominent mic bumps and pops.
Tr01-05: Used parametric EQ (PEQ) to increased gain below 100hz different amounts in each channel,
very slight reduction at ~160hz on two tracks.
Note: First appearance of NR artifacts.
Tr06-07: Used PEQ to increased gain below 100hz different amounts in each channel, very slight
reduction at ~160hz on each track. The overall gain increased ~5db in the right channel, used PEQ
to reduce existing NR artifacts in the upper end in the right channel.
Note: Significant NR, big drop off after ~4K, Note: Tr08 23 seconds from 5:00 to 5:23 obvious heavy NR
Tr08-10: Left channel: Used PEQ to increased gain below 100hz. Tr08 increased overall gain 5.4db.
Tr09 increased overall gain 2.5db, Used PEQ to increased gain around 400hz and 3.6khz. Tr10 increased
overall gain 4db, used PEQ to increased gain around 3.4khz, used PEQ to reduce existing NR artifacts
in the upper end. Tr08-10: Right channel: Used PEQ to reduce existing NR artifacts at the upper end,
also very slight reduction at ~160hz. Tr08-09 Used PEQ to increased gain at around 2.2khz and overall
gain 4.8db. Tr10 Used PEQ to increased gain at around 3khz and overall gain 1.2db.
Note: Normal frequency range returns like tr01-07
Tr11: Left channel: Used PEQ to increased gain below 500hz and decrease at around 1.8khz. Decreased
overall gain 5.2db and mixed right channel with left to within -3.3db of left.
Right channel: Decreased overall gain 1.2db. Used PEQ to decrease gain at around 2khz. Slight
reduction at 160hz. Tr12: Left channel: Used PEQ to increased gain below 100hz and decrease at
around 1.9khz. Decreased overall gain 4.6db and mixed right channel with left to within -3.3db of left.
Right channel: Decreased overall gain 1.2db. Used PEQ to decrease gain at around 1.4khz. Rolled off at 50hz.