Bon Jovi
January 21, 1987
Long Beach Arena
Long Beach, CA, United States
Slippery When Wet
Kathleen
Audience
Analog Cassette
Unknown Equipment → Master Cassette Tape(s) → ? → Unknown Transfer → WAV (16 bit, 44.1 kHz) → Sound Studio (normalized, gaps edited out, speed corrected) → Spin Doctor (removed clicks and cracks) → Sound Studio (split tracks and converted to FLAC) → FLAC (compression level 8) → Adobe Audition (applied unclipping function, volume balanced) → FLAC (compression level 8)
Unknown
Lossless
78 minutes

Pink Flamingos ~ Raise Your Hands
Breakout
Tokyo Road
You Give Love A Bad Name
Wild In The Streets
Silent Night (Cuts out)
Livin' On A Prayer (Cuts in)
Let It Rock
Electric Guitar Solo ~ Drums Solo ~ In And Out Of Love
Runaway


Acoustic Guitar Solo ~ Wanted Dead Or Alive
Drift Away
Get Ready

Lossless files remastered by Kathleen.

Normalised the audio as one channel was way too loud and the other very low.

Edited out little gaps in the tracks.

Changed the speed of the first half of Raise Your Hands as it was way too fast (expanded it from 2.55 to 3.18 seconds).

And expanded the rest of the show with another 4 seconds as well, since it was playing a bit too fast too.

After that removed the clicks and cracks with the filter in Spin Doctor.

Then back to Sound Studio again to split the show into tracks.

The above was the way Kathleen received the files.

I wish people knew what they were doing before they started to mess with an audio file.

Normalization will do absolutely nothing for one track being far louder than the other.

Kathleen just loaded this into Adobe Audition and the unbalance was ridiculous.

One track was clipped and the other was hardly there.

Kathleen applied the unclipping function for heavily clipped files to that side only and then she boosted the other track to match it.

At least it's listenable now.