Album details

ArtistLed Zeppelin
AlbumLed Zeppelin IV (1971 33rpm 150 Gram Vinyl) Ripped @ 96kHz-24bit
Year1971
Album DR08
Min. track DR07
Max. track DR10
Track DR 08 07 09 09 07 07 10 07 (might not be in original order)
CodecOther lossless codec
SourceVinyl
LabelAtlantic
Label codeN/A
Catalog numberSD 7208
Bar codeN/A
CountryUSA
CommentAtlantic SD 7208 Original Vinyl Pressing (Pecko Duck/Proky), First press matrix label variant pressing @ SP = Specialty Records Corp. (Specialty Records Pressing), Olyphant, PA. Was originally sealed before opening it. One thing wrong with the pressing, Side One has a whoosh sound during playback. It's not noticeable during Rock and Roll or Battle for Evermore. Black Dog and Stairway it's noticeable until the track gets louder. Still cool to own an original Peck Duck pressing. Don't know why someone keeps deleting my post... -Because something is severely wrong with the way you are transferring the LP to digital. It is not remotely giving close DR values with the examples you've posted compared to other pressing's I have or other's posted here. Of course DR values for an LP is not going to be exact, they should be close to other examples. I have the same exact pressing, it should be around 11 Edit - would love for you to tell me exactly what I'm doing wrong... I have a Pro-ject Debut carbon with a Ortofon Bronze cartridge going into my Marantz PM-8004 Phono Input. With the record out going straight to my PC and using Audacity to capture the Vinyl rip at 96kHz/24bit. The only changes I make are manual pop and click removal with the repair function. Outside of that, I make no changes whatsoever. It sounds tremendous to me. ***I expect you are setting the capture levels too high. The levels must be set with plenty of headroom and the file captured should be normalized to peak at 0dB later. Edit - I will create a test per your feedback but I'm already capturing the recording at or higher than -6 on the meter using Audacity. I'm definitely not recording it loud. My concern with volume normalization is I'm altering the audio signal from what is being captured. I just don't like to alter the original recording if possible. I will give it a try though.
Log
foobar2000 1.3.9 / Dynamic Range Meter 1.1.1
log date: 2017-07-09 11:17:40

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Analyzed: Led Zeppelin / Led Zeppelin IV (1971 33rpm 150 Gram Vinyl) 96kHz-24bit
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DR         Peak         RMS     Duration Track
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DR8       -7.45 dB   -18.60 dB      4:58 01-Black Dog
DR7       -7.43 dB   -15.75 dB      3:40 02-Rock And Roll
DR9       -7.45 dB   -19.12 dB      5:51 03-The Battle Of Evermore
DR9       -7.44 dB   -19.78 dB      8:00 04-Stairway To Heaven
DR7       -7.42 dB   -15.76 dB      4:39 05-Misty Mountain Hop
DR7       -7.36 dB   -16.05 dB      4:44 06-Four Sticks
DR10      -7.46 dB   -20.66 dB      3:35 07-Going To California
DR7       -7.43 dB   -16.46 dB      7:09 08-When The Levee Breaks
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Number of tracks:  8
Official DR value: DR8

Samplerate:        96000 Hz
Channels:          2
Bits per sample:   24
Bitrate:           4608 kbps
Codec:             PCM
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