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MD5 Record Set:    Disc 1    -    Disc 2 -    Disc 3 -    Disc 4 -    Disc 5 -    Disc 6
  • Band / Artist
  • Concert Date
  • RoIO Title
  • Venue
  • Yes
  • 1984-06-24
  • No Sense of Measure
  • Westfallenhalle
  • Town / City
  • State / Prov.
  • Country
  • File Format
  • Dortmund
  • N/A
  • Germany
  • DVD
  • Recorder Number
  • Sound Quality
  • Entered By
  • Date Entered
  • Pro-Shot
  • Fair
  • davebowman
  • 2020-06-14 11:14:44
					
  • Yes - No sense of measure: Dortmund 1984 stereo upgrade DVD Date: june 24, 1984. Venue: Westfallenhalle, Dortmund, Germany. I always wondered why this concert wasn't on Dime before (maybe I did miss it or it was on the tracker when I wasn't a member). I self did record the show back in 1984 from german television in 1984. About a year ago I did transfer it to dvd with my old JVC VCR. At that time the tape got stuck in my VCR when I tried to remove the tape from the machine. The tape got damaged and I lost 2 minutes of the concert ("It can happen" was the song) It sure can happen with old VCR's. When I got myself a new VCR I picked up again the tape and it looked very good and decided to do the job again. Only I had 2 minutes missing... In the past I got a version from Demonoid but the video from that concert was not of the same quality. Anyway I used 2 minutes from that concert. From the site "YESsongs/songs of the earth" (thanks to Remy Menting for his info) I found out that there was a FM (stereo) recording from that same concert called "captured live" So it would be great to replace the mono sound with this stereo recording. But it was not on Dime or any other tracker. But I finally found the recording on "soulseek" About the video: Very good quality with mono sound (in these days I had no stereo recorder or the broadcastings where in mono) I did some sharpness and colour adjusting. About the audio: To sync the audio with the video wasn't a easy job to do. The quality of the "captured live" files (flac) where excellent and where here before on Dime (mentioned in the info file that came with the download). According to the info file it was "captured" from a vinyl recording.(RKO Radio Productions: Broadcast Date 8-27-84). All the disturbing noises where removed all I had to do was to correct some bass "peaks". This was at the end of "starship trooper" here I did some EQ. The complete end of "City of love" and the beginning of "Starship trooper" where not on the files. Here I did use some audio from the Demonoid file. When I synced the songs I got the same problems that I had before by doing the Colosseum II DVD. But this time it was 10 times worse. By all the tracks I had to split the audio tracks in 6 different parts to get it right. When the beginning was good it was after 1 minute already out of sync. About the DVD: I made a complete new intro and outtro. Made a nice fullmotion song selection menu. Sometimes you may think its not in sync...but that was also on the original broadcasting. For example at the end of "starship trooper" when Chris Squire hits the bass the sound comes to late. Setlist dvd. 1.01 DVD Intro 1.02 Owner Of A Lonely Heart 1.03 Hold On 1.04 It Can Happen 1.05 Changes 1.06 City Of Love 1.07 Starship Trooper 1.08 End Credits Jon Anderson: Vocals, percussion & keyboard Trevor Rabin; Guitar & vocals Chris Squire: Bass & vocals Alan White; Drums & percussion Tony Kaye: Keyboards Format: DVD PAL Source: Pro shot video ( 1 st gen) time: 48 minutes Menu:Yes full motion menu Chapters: Every song Artwork: yes (included) Lineage: VHS videotape/flac files > LG videorecorder > Philips HDrecorder > DVD RW > PC/AVS video editor > Dime Video settings: Frame size: 720x576 Frame rate: 25 Bitrate: 9400 kbps Audio settings: Sample rate: 48khz Sample size: 16 Number of channels: 2 Bitrate: 224 kbps