Groovie Ghoulies- Boardwalk, Orangevale Ca. 4/1/05 xfer from DV Master!

Good morning! I am starting to get back into a rhythm of posting stuff, now that the move is done. I know a lot of people have asked for things- I’ll get to those as I find them. Things are still a bit disorganized. Here is a Groovie Ghoulies set , opening for 7 seconds at the Boardwalk in 2005. I don’t think I ever shared this before. Filmed with a higher end DV camera with stock mic (don’t remember the model).

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy


Live Concert Video

7 Seconds- Boardwalk, Orangevale Ca 4/1/05 xfer from DV Master Tape enhanced w/ DAT Soundboard Audio

This was the first 7 seconds show I saw in 5 years. I am a bit perplexed as to why- I usually catch every show when they play around here. Maybe they were on hiatus.
This is a really great and fun show. I love when Kevin helps to direct the stagediver off stage- too funny. His voice is a little hoarse from being sick and being on the road for a month, but still sounds great.
Audio sounds great- Claude gave a nice mix and I was able to make it even better in Izotope. This was filmed with an older DV camera that was on its way out- it had a dead pixel and no image stabilization. The camerawork is a little shaky.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: JVC Consumer DV Camcorder (I forget model#), Sony TCD-D& through the soundboard
Video Enhanced in Adobe Premiere/neat video
Audio rebalanced in Izotope
Audio/Video synch in Pluraleyes

Live Concert Video

Groovie Ghoulies- Boardwalk, Orangevale Ca. 4/1/05 enhanced Master DV video rebalanced soundboard

Kepi announced something on his facebook page today- it is a cool new thing called “99 Lives”, which is a limited membership program through Patreon. A maximum of 99 people will be allowed and he performs daily for you. Sounds cool. Check his page if you are interested.
Here is a show I filmed back in 2005, and it could be the most “on” I have ever seen them. We don’t get a chance in Sacramento to see the touring machine that were the Ghoulies. We would see one off shows during breaks in touring. They are firing on all cylinders here- it bums me out that they only had a 30min set. I could have taken an hour set, easy!

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Panasonic DV camcorder, sony TCD-D7 DAT
Transfer: Panasonic DV camcorder, Sony PCM-R500
Enhancements in Adobe premiere (Brightness/exposure/contrast) and neat video
Audio rebalance in Izotope RX7

Live Concert Video