Being unable to steel myself for any longer and wait for the official release of the 2016 soundboards I just did a quick and dirty mastering (remastering?) job on the Oslo Bootleg. I chose that one cos it was the cleanest as far as audience noise is concerned, and generally just a really good recording. If anyone is interested here's a link: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1XLO3hdjHfpoyZWF48W3e8RoL668zd3ds
I DLed the original (24bit FLAC, 48k) from archive.org. I was originally just going to EQ it a bit to mitigate what I perceived to be a bit of nasty room resonance in the midrange and try to boost the definition of the kicks a bit but when I opened it in Reaper I found it was hard clipping all over the place, so I used the Izotope RX de-clipper on it to try and minimize the effects of that first. Then I EQed it, light limiter on the output and finally dither down to 16bit 44.1.
Like I say, it's quick and dirty, i just went through and tried to find the worst offending bits of resonance to tune the EQ to, and I haven't even listened to it all yet, so it may be a bag o shite. Props to whoever made the original recording, it's a pretty incredible bootleg, nice quiet respectful Norwegian audience too!