8 March 2013

Sigur Rós 2013.03.07 Brixton Academy, London UK (24/48) *Top Ten Concert* ~ Studio Master













Photo courtesy of PG Morris

Sigur Rós 2013.03.07 Brixton Academy, London UK (24/48) *Top Ten Concert*

Quality/Performance: 97/100
Lineage: Equipment: Zoom H4 / John Ramsey Signature Cardroid Mics
Position: Centre front stalls in front of sound desk
* FLAC 24Bit / 48kHz * -
Re-Master Info: pro Tools 10 / Ozone 5 Mastering Suite / +others

PLEASE DO NOT CHANGE THE BIT DEPTH / SAMPLE RATE OF THIS CONCERT -
a 16 / 44 version bounced directly from my masters are available elsewhere on this blog.


Probably one of the best shows Ive heard from Sigur Rós. The played their hearts out and gave this show their very all  (although they are all pretty awesome!) Jónsi in particular was truly on form. I wasn't sure if my battery hungry recorder would be happy for a whole show in 24bit so it was a bit of a gamble but my goodness it payed off! A 44/16 and the MP3 are available on another post
Thanks to PG Morris for letting me use his photo's for cover art. You can see many more superb photos by clicking his name below the photo above.
Jon x



Set list:

Yfirborð
I gaer
Vaka
Brennisteinn
Sæglópur
Fljótavík
E-bow
Varúð
Hoppípolla
Með Blóðnasir
Olsen Olsen
Festival
Kveikur

Svefn-g-englar
Popplagið

[MF] Flac 24/48 - part1   part2   part3   part4   part5   part6   part7 - (Download all parts - zipped with winrar)

9 comments:

  1. Thank you so much for recording and sharing these fabulous gigs (I was at Thursday and Friday night).

    I've downloaded the 24 bit files, but Traders Little Helper is giving me an error when I try to read them (Winamp works fine).

    For example, when you test the file, it reports:
    sr20130307AcademyBrixtonUK_2448StudioMSTR-t13kveikur-RM.flac: file is truncated or otherwise corrupt.

    There were errors.

    Any idea? The 16 bit files work great.

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  2. I think TLH only works with 16/44? I only use it for that bit rate. If I listen to music on my PC I use foobar 2000.

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    1. Did you find any issues with the audio itself?

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  3. When I try to convert it to WAV in Foobar2000 I get the following message, they play fine however in Winamp but not on the Squeezebox. That's how I came across this issue:

    1 out of 1 tracks converted with major problems.

    Source: "C:\Users\x\Desktop\sr20130308AcademyBrixtonUK_2448StudioMSTR-t17_popplagid-RM.flac"
    Corrupted FLAC stream


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  4. It clearly says in the info DO NOT ENCODE TO LOWER SETTINGS. which is why i have also gone to the trouble of providing 16/44

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  5. Converting to WAV is not encoding to lower settings.

    I really appreciate you are making the high res available, and I am really really grateful for it, but I only stumbled across the problem the FLAC files don't play on my Squeezebox Touch(while it does play 24/96 files) and gets corrupted by any audio tool. Hence my enquiry regarding the file, please don't feel offended it certainly it not the case.

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    1. Oh I see :) Im happy to send you the files directly by snail mail if that helps. I have the re-masters in WAV 24/48. If you send me a usb stick I can put all 3 concerts on it and post it back to you. Each concert is 2.80gb.
      jon @ victoryrosemusic@gmail.com

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  6. Thanks for these, awesome quality !

    Euan

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  7. part 7 is also very slow please re-upload

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