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Decker70

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  • Birthday 03/06/1998

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    Listening to zeppelin, practicing guitar, and drawing.

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  1. Hi, I absolutely love this photo that was taken on January 9, 1970 at the Royal Albert Hall. However I have come up short on who took this photograph, can someone help?
  2. 50 years ago today, Led Zeppelin performed their legendary show at Ulster Hall in Belfast, North Ireland in 1971. This show is an amazing with one of Plant's best performances and the first ever public performances of Black Dog, Stairway To Heaven, Going To California, and Rock and Roll. Here is a link to the full recording of the show brought to you by Led Zeppelin Boots. Happy 50th!!!!!!
  3. I would love a link to this!!
  4. I was browsing through and found this photo of Robert. Decided to repair it and I'm pretty happy with the results.
  5. I think topaz is a great piece of software that is available. I have used it to upscale some things here and there but it definitely takes some tinkering to do to get the final result just right. Though the software isn't perfect its an amazing step forward towards AI upscaling that can be used to bring things that would be impossible to see in better quality to look amazing! I think Nvidia using their DLSS upscaling for games is best view for the future of what AI upscaling can do. Its insane to the point where the AI upscale looks better than the native 4k version. Absolutely insane possibilities for the next few years. Though I always will prefer having a natively scanned picture, sometimes that's just not possible without the actual native source of film. So I think this is one of the best examples I have seen of this. Really dude, that footage looks breath taking upscaled but it also helps that the original source wasn't a blurry mess from a VHS tape. Cool to see Zeppelin stuff at such high quality. I really hope sometime soon they start rereleasing their films in 4k just like every other band does now these days. I know the Apollo documentary is shooting at 4k so I'm certain they will be scanning some rare footage and it will look absolutely stunning. Exciting stuff to see, thanks for making this!
  6. Absolutely one of my favorites. Its nice to see them just enjoying themselves, especially Bonzo with his big smile.
  7. Decker70

    MSG 1973 ?

    Tried color correcting these a little bit.
  8. So I have been diving into finding the mot recent sources for the Bath 70 performance. I have read a lot into this forum about the in and outs about there being a possibility of a soundboard recording since there were extra mics on stage. Now I know that there is no actual audio proof recording that is from "the" soundboard and so I have been on the search for any new sources or remasters. It seems that I can't find this new remaster of the first source this thread has brought up and I am very curious to hear the sound difference since some claim that its an actual improvement over the original recording. I don't expect any miracles but can someone please actually share a link to where I can hear this? If not then where do I go to obtain this and can anyone give an opinion about which version of the recording is best? I keep seeing a bunch of different versions and I see that there was an Empress Valley version that was released not too long ago. The most recent version I have heard is the one uploaded by Led Zeppelin Boots in Oct of 2019. He complied two of the best sounding sources he could find to put it together.
  9. Does anyone have isolated tracks of Bonhams drum tracks? I've seen on youtube that a user kiboko, has released a few isolated tracks from Bonzo and sound. I listen to them and I'm obsessed with it. Does anyone know if there is an offical isolated track from Good Times Bad Times and Dazed and Confused?
  10. I love this one taken by Jorgen Angel at K. B. Hallen in Copenhagen, Denmark on February 28, 1970. Its also the show where they we're billed as "The Nobs" to avoid Eva Von Zeppelin from suing. She came to the back of the venue to meet the band. Everything was fine until she saw their cover of Zeppelin 1 and she blew up at the band, which caused them to leave.
  11. I don't think really any band has used that tech. 70 mm takes a huge budget to film and a pretty big crew. There has been some footage of the Wall concerts but they just aren't lit correctly to be seen on film so that why Roger hasn't released it. Its really amazing how far we've come with scanning film. I thought the footage from the Eight Days A Week looked pretty insanely clear. Stuff like that just gets me excited at how great this stuff could look and I think I said the same when I saw TSRTS on blu ray.
  12. Yeah, you're right about the 70 mm film aspect but that would be pretty insane if they had that for a Zeppelin concert. Anyway I just made that as a comparison about preserving and cleaning up film, sorry if I made a bad comparison. I still think that TSRTS looks great remastered on 35 mm. I still think the same could hold true for RAH or even the Bath concert (if we ever see what it looks like).
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