Slobberbone- Starry Plough, Berkeley Ca. 2/15/01 xfer from DV Master w/DAT Soundboard Audio Enhanced

Here is the last Slobberbone video I shot, and the last of the Jess tributes for a bit. I do have a lot more Slobberbone, so let me know if you want to see/hear it. I’m still so sad about this, he was so young. He was in his early 20’s in this video. Damn.
I had never posted this one because I knew that there was a bunch of work that needed to be done to make it good. Even with this, there is still another Schoeps audience source I could have brought in but I was having trouble getting it to synch as it was. Big thanks to Derek Purtell for the help in synching the audio to video.
I had this DV camera that had a really powerful zoom feature, so I overused it to the point of irritation. I hope it doesn’t bother you as much as it bothers me.
Lots of great shots of Jess shredding.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: JVC DV Camera, Sony TCD-D7 through Soundboard
Video Enhanced (degrain) in Adobe Premiere Elements/Neat Video
Audio Rebalance in Izotope Rx8 (bass +,2 Drums +3, Guitar +2.5)
Audio/Video Synch by Derek Purtell

Live Concert Video

Slobberbone- Old Ironsides, Sacramento Ca 2/13/01 xfer from DAT Master Roland MX5 Multitrack Mix

Here’s another classic Old Ironsides show. I will try to get one more up tomorrow as well. Let’s hope the new owners keep the same community/locals vibe there, while bringing in cool bands like Slobberbone.
I think this was the last time that Slobberbone came to town. At this point, I can’t remember how this show came to be- I don’t recall being involved with this booking. Maybe Charles hooked them up, post Cap Garage.
You might be wondering why there is a photo of a Roland MX5 mixer as the video thumbnail. Well, before you could plug a USB stick into a soundboard and get a multitrack recording, we had this goofy contraption. We would take cables and plug them into the inserts of the board, and then I would take that signal and try to mix it live in the club, using headphones and a headphone amplifier. It was not easy- the board mix was changing constantly, and I would be trying to keep up with the changes on the mixer to keep things stable. As you can hear, this one slides around quite a bit at the beginning. The first song is hilarious with me trying to get a mix started- skip past if you want. It gets good about 10min in , and really good about 15min in.
I wish I had a picture of video of that setup.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Roland MX5 Soundboard into Sony TCD-D7
Transfer Equipment: Sony PCM-R500 and M-Audio Audiophile 2496 card

Audio Live Concert

Barbara Manning- Pugz Records, Sacramento Ca. 2/17/01 Xfer from DAT Master Audio Only

I’m posting this one for 2 reasons- 1. I see ZERO recordings from Pugz Records in Sacramento and 2. Some of my friends were talking about the place. This is a good quality recording of Barabra Manning playing an in-store… but NO ONE was there. I felt so bad for her. She played well and powered through anyway. Recorded with a Sony TCD-D7(I think) and coresound mics with bass rolloff.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy

Equipment Used: Sony TCD-D7 Coresound Mic


Audio Live Concert