New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival
New Orleans Fair Grounds
New Orleans, La.
May 1, 2014
1 radio intro 0:17
3 talk 1:03
4 Paul Barbarin Second-Line 7:50
5 talk 1:01
6 Palm Court Strut 5:50
7 talk 0:55
8 Go to the Mardi Gras 5:55
9 Kirk Joseph talks 1:49
10 It Ain't My Fault 5:15
12 band intro --> 2:12
14 talk 1:00
16 radio outro 0:28
"MIO" source: WWOZ-FM > Harmon Kardon HK3480 receiver > analog cables > Metric Halo MIO-2882 firewire interface > MacBook Pro (2.5 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo) > MIO Console 5.6.00.211 (record panel) > (44.1kHz split stereo files) > DSP-Quattro 4.4 (trimmed, normalized by 1.4 db, split into songs) > aiff/wav > X Audio Compression Toolkit 2.36 (level 8 compression, sector boundaries repaired, tags applied) > flac
"Radioshark" source: WWOZ-FM > RadioShark FM-receiver hardware > usb > Sony Vaio vpcs131fm (running Ubuntu linux) > Shark v1.0 (linux command line) > SoX v.v14.4.0 > flac (level 8 compression) > scp copy 1 large flac file > MacBook Pro (2.5 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo) > SoX v14.4.0 > decompressed from flac to wav > Bias Peak Pro 220.127.116.1192 (spliced into the above recording, see below)
The first 1:18 is from the online mp3 stream of the original May 1 broadcast.
A 3.7-second splice was inserted at 18 seconds into Track 2 to repair a glitch in rebroadcast.
A 10-second splice was used at 7.5 seconds into Track 7 to replace a station ID.
Another 10-second splice (to replace a 97-second station id) was inserted at 8 seconds into Track 15.
Note: All splices above are from the online mp3 stream of the original May 1 broadcast. The rest of the recording is from the FM over-the-air rebroadcast of May 4.
Most of this recording is from the source listed above as "MIO". That recording was incomplete, and the last 16:44 is from the "radioshark" source. Both were used to capture the over-the-air FM broadcast (or rebroadcast).
This recording was broadcast live on May 1 but the quality was inferior to the rebroadcast a few days later.