1999/04/11 New York, NY DTS MTX

Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
Irving Plaza
New York, NY
April 11, 1999

DTS-Audio-CD 5.1 Mix V2

Disc 1

01 [01:11] Intro
02 [01:50] Rip It Up
03 [04:20] Jammin’ Me
04 [04:57] Runnin’ Down A Dream
05 [06:39] Call Me The Breeze
06 [06:12] Swingin’
07 [07:16] Mary Jane’s Last Dance
08 [03:52] Telstar
09 [04:14] Listen To Her Heart
10 [08:32] You Don’t Know How It Feels
11 [11:38] It’s Good To Be King
12 [03:51] I Won’t Back Down
13 [04:03] Green Onions
14 [04:00] I Want You Back Again
15 [02:59] I Got A Woman
TT [75:43]

*Disc 2

16 [04:59] The Letter
17 [03:17] Little Maggie
18 [04:17] Lay Down My Ole Guitar
19 [03:49] Walls
20 [04:08] Angel Dream
21 [01:25] Titanic
22 [05:42] Room At The Top
23 [02:49] Heartbreakers Beach Party
24 [02:49] Guitar Boogie Shuffle
25 [03:28] Even The Losers
26 [02:53] I Don’t Wanna Fight
27 [05:13] Country Farm
28 [07:54] You Wreck Me
29 [04:11] Free Girl Now
30 [08:35] Gloria
TT [65:36]

*For burning CDRs, split discs btwn track 15 and 16 to
coincide with the included artwork.

Source Info

SBD > DAT(M) > DAT(1) > DAT(2) >CDRW700 > EAC > FLAC
Transfer: DAT R500 > M-Audio 24/96 > CD Wave > FLAC

Schoeps MK4 > SX-M2 > SBM-1 > D100 > DAT(M) > DAT(1)
Transfer: DAT R500 > M-Audio 24/96 > CD Wave > FLAC

AKG300b’s > Aero > PCM-M1 > DAT(M) > DAT(1)
Transfer: DAT R500 > M-Audio 24/96 > CD Wave > FLAC

Tech Notes
FLACs were decoded to wave and WaveMerge was used to reassemble
the tracks back to 1 long wave. CEP2.0 was used to align &
sync all 3 sources. Soundforge 8.0 was used to remove a line
buzz that ran throughout the SBD source. Wave L3 Ultramaximazer
used to perform compression. CEP2.0 was used to create all
multichannel mixdown matrix mixes (phew). CEP2.0 used to adjust
the volume for the center, LFE and surround channels. Surcode
CD Pro DTS was used to encode to DTS.

  • Mixed by dan@am-dig.com
  • FLAC conversion done 17-JLY-2005
  • REMASTER FLAC conversion done 17-JLY-2010 (5 yrs later)
  • Artwork by dan@am-dig.com 300dpi – For best results print
    at the highest resolution onto glossy photo paper. Design for
    use with a clear slim double jewel case.

“You can take me out of America but you cannot take the American
out of me.” ~ DH Stellenbosch, S.A.

DTS-Audio-CD Info

Front: SBD+AUD Matrix

Center: Mixed to Mono -5db SBD

Surround: AUD1+AUD2 Matrix

Sub/LFE: Mono -5db SBD+AUD Matrix


Remaster done largely to utilize Waves L3 which I did not have
at my disposal back in 2005. The drums ran extremely hot on the
SBD recording. Wave L3 was able to best contain the drum while
increasing the volume on the rest of the mix.

I also was able to utilize MLP encoding for the six channels of
24/96 high resolution audio for use with the DVD-Audio version.
I also did not have at my disposal back in 2005.

Disc 1 and disc 2 can be assembled seamlessly on longer media.

There was an audible line buzz running throughout the SBD
recording. This was likely not going over the PA as the buzz
is not apparent on either of the AUD sources. The SBD DAT
recording continued to run after the feed from the SBD had
ended and the buzz continued. This leads me to concluded it
was a line feed problem. Bad cable possibly? Because the
recording continued after the music ended a perfect recording
of the buzz was recorded. This allowed me to accurately
capture and then remove the noise throughout the recording
very accurately without disturbing the fidelity of the
recording. This was done with Soundforge 8.0 using the
highest quality setting.

The 2 AUD tapes made that night were from similar locations
as you can hear the same ‘cat calls’, claps, etc. on both
recordings. However the 2 recordings still blended well
together and had different and unique sounds.

This 5.1 mix utilizes 5 fully discrete channels.

Additional Formats

This show is available in the following formats:

  1. The straight SBD, AUD1 and AUD2 recordings.
  2. SBD + AUD1 + AUD2 Matrix Mix at 16/44 CD-Audio
  3. SBD + AUD1 + AUD2 Matrix Mix at 24/96 DVD-Audio
  4. SBD + AUD1 + AUD2 DTS-Audio-CD 5.1 Surround Sound
  5. SBD + AUD1 + AUD2 MLP 24/96 DVD-Audio 5.1 Surround Sound

More On DTS

Today’s audio standards are moving towards multi-channel
sound, like DTS and Dolby Digital. While the Audio-CD
standard (Red Book) hasn’t changed to accommodate these
new sound formats, it is still possible to go around the
specification and to put a 5.1 surround recording on a
regular Audio-CD. To play a DTS-Audio-CD you must connect
your DVD/CD player via a digital cable (optical or coaxial)
to your DTS Dolby-Digital receiver. It is not 100% sure that
your receiver will recognize a DTS-Audio-CD, so the first
time you’re trying to playback a DTS-Audio-CD you must do
a test to determine if it can. Begin with the volume very
low, start the disc and rise the volume gradually. NEVER
listen to a DTS-Audio-CD through the analogue audio outputs
of your CD/DVD player.

Burning Instructions
Burn them the absolute same way as you would burn any normal
Audio-CD from FLAC files.


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