Color temperature (User picture mode/Mid-Low color temperature before/after calibration)
Low window (30-IRE): 6,918/6,581 K
High window (80-IRE): 6,873/6,491 K
Brightness (100-IRE window before/after calibration): 89.5/22.1 ftL
My name is Philip and I listen to jam band music. I'd say I'm primarily a Phish fan, though I'm also a big fan of the Grateful Dead and also enjoy other types of jam band music — as well as lots of non-jam band sounds.
If ever there were a way to show how much Phish appreciates its fans, it'd be a set like this one. Longtime Phish fan Scott Nowak died in August, and the rumor among Phish fans was that this show was in memory of him.
With two shows of very solid playing in the bag, we come to the end of the Colorado run. The guys are firing on all cylinders from the beginning, though they get tripped up a little in the second half of the first set — they're obviously going for it, but can't seem to get there.
Can't make it to the gig? These days, that won't stop you from listening in high resolution — soundboard recordings aren't the cassette tapes of yore anymore. FLAC HD is the format of choice nowadays, and our new blogger Philip Ryan (who in his spare time serves as the technical editor of S+V's sister publications Popular Photography and American Photo) will be checking out a wide range of high-res recordings to see how close he can get to being there.