Hi Carl Roeser -
Operator also added that link into the Technical Discussions thread. There are some thoughts there on it.
Im looking for any St. Louis shows. I have tapes the I will trade, Thanks
"You know the one thing we need is a left handed monkey wrench....."
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Who out there is in need of my old-have-to-get-rid-of tapes?
I gots 11 tapes chock full of GD & a lil' JGB for someone needing a little miracle.
Of course, recipient must fork out shipping cost.
I don't own it but it looks like it will do the job.
Let me know how it works for you.
I too am rebuilding my WALL OF SOUND.out of 2000 hrs ive been only able too scamble a few hundred hrs. over the years things get moved, lost you know how it is.
I've just started to but all my shows on cd.I would love to help anyone i can to keep the sound growing.Tape or CD i will do both.I too would like to trade w/anyone out there.Tape or CD.
Thanks Operator for that info! Ill look up that link and take a look see..
I'm glad the subject of tapes came up because I, like everyone else here, has tapes sitting around that are gathering a lot of dust.
I saw a tape converter recently and was wondering if anyone had experimented with these. It plugs into your computer and converts the audio to mp3 files. I'm not sure how it would work with Dead shows though as I'm sure the converter would have difficulty picking out tracks with either an audience bootleg or songs running into each other.
Anyone have experience with these??
Here's a link if you are interested:
To reiterate, I have never tried this device nor am I promoting it in any way. Just wondering.
The best words you can hear (other than I love you Daddy) is " shows are in the mail".... Eric