7 Seconds- Mohawk, Austin Tx. 9/6/22 6 camera 4k Multicam with Matrix audio Kevin Hardcore

I got so busy yesterday that I did not have time to post this. Even though we are on Mediocre Monday, this one is far from mediocre. I don’t typically enjoy my own videos- I see my mistakes and I can’t watch. This is one where everything came out really well. We also added an audience gopro camera which gives you a good view of the pit. Jim’s mix of the 3 audio sources (DPA Mics, Rode Mic and board mix) make it sounds like an official live album. Tromster’s edit came out nice, 7 Seconds is one of his favorite bands. Well done on all fronts.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Canon HF G50 (Balcony mount)
Panasonic Lumix GH5S w/ Lumix G Vario 14-140mm, F3.5-5.6 Power O.I.S. Lens
3x Gopro Hero 7 Black

Audio equipment: DPA4061 and Church Audio Preamp; Rode Videomic Pro Stereo; Sony PCM-M10 through the soundboard

Audio matrix by Jim Mclain
Edit by Tromster

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7 Seconds- Mohawk, Austin Tx. 9/5/22 5camera 4k Multicam with Matrix audio Kevin Hardcore

Here is 7 Seconds’ set from the first night at Mohawk. This is my favorite set of the tour- they did “Trust”, which was a rarity. Also, some things never change- the band had to stop in the middle of “here we go again” because people were fighting. It’s like these dudes don’t even listen to the lyrics.
These mohawk shows are the best shows we have ever filmed and edited- so proud of these, and thankful to Jim McLain and Tromster for the help. I love that angle behind Sammy where you can see the sold out crowd watching and singing along. So great.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Canon HF G50 (Balcony mount)
Panasonic Lumix GH5S w/ Lumix G Vario 14-140mm, F3.5-5.6 Power O.I.S. Lens
3x Gopro Hero 7 Black

Audio equipment: DPA4061 and Church Audio Preamp; Rode Videomic Pro Stereo; Sony PCM-M10 through the soundboard

Audio matrix by Jim Mclain
Edit by Tromster

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7 Seconds- Paper Tiger, San Antonio Tx. 9/2/22 4K UHD Multicamera with soundboard audio

Here is the 2nd date of the Circle Jerks/7 Seconds/Negative Approach Texas tour. The first date was in Dallas- I was staying in a semi-crappy hotel north of Dallas by the airport and I worked until noon. Then, I had to make the ~300 mile drive south to San Antonio. It was the Friday before Labor Day weekend, so traffic was heavy. I had to take a bunch of country roads to make up time, but I drove straight to the club and walked in during 7 Seconds’ soundcheck.

I really liked the venue- the Paper Tiger is an industrial/warehouse looking place and they roll up the side doors so you can see the show from the outside patio. I probably should have filmed Negative Approach, but I was pretty fried from the drive. This was the smallest venue of the Texas run and the crowd was the most active and was singing along/moving constantly for 7 Seconds’ set.
The only downside is the audio- My DPA mics were so bassy/muddy that they were not much use, so I took the raw soundboard and tried to rebalance it.. but it has this odd high end flutter which bugs the hell out of me, but stick with it, you’ll get used to it.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Panasonic Lumix GH5S w/ Lumix G Vario 14-140mm, F3.5-5.6 Power O.I.S. Lens
3x Gopro Hero 7 Black

Audio equipment: Sony PCM-M10 through the soundboard

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7 Seconds- Paper Tiger, San Antonio Tx. 9/2/22 4K UHD Gopro 9min Sample Circle Jerks tour

I am in Texas, filming every 7 Seconds show of the Circle Jerks/7 Seconds and Negative Approach tour there. I don’t usually put up show fragments, but I only have my work laptop so I can’t bring the entire angle together. Don’t have the tools. I saw that Kev did not live stream and this was the best crowd I had seen of the tour so far, so I figured I’d give a taste. I did 4 angles that will be edited together soon. Fwd to 4:50 to see the crowd go nuts during “Young ’til I die” and even 99 red baloons!
I also put it up because the Westin tried to argue with me about how internet works… so I clogged up their hotel internet with this 5gb file. Man, I hate bougie hotels. At least the bed was nice, I was exhausted.
Anyway, thanks to Kev and the band for always being so nice to me and my camera (s).. for over 30 years. Always being cool even when a lot of others weren’t.
Edits coming soon so subscribe if you want to see them.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Gopro Hero 7 Black

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7 Seconds- Thee Parkside, San Francisco Ca. 4/8/16 4 camera Multicam w/Rode Audio

This one turned out great. Thanks to Agelos for the great editing work. Filmed with 2 Canon HFG10’s (pole mounted) and 2 Canon HFG30’s (1 pole mount, 1 monopod w/Rode Video Pro Stereo Mic). The crowd was very into this one- much moreso than Sacramento the night before. You can see Jim Pitts up front rocking!

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy

Equipment Used: Canon HFG30, Rode Video Pro Stereo Mic

 

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7 Seconds- Blue Lamp, Sacramento Ca. 4/7/16 Multicam HD 1080p live complete show

This show came up in conversation with Joe McKinney earlier this week and I went to send him the link… and I never posted it. So here you all go- the second to last show in 2016 before 7 seconds took their 6 year break.
Kevin is also taking song requests for the setlist for the band’s shows next year. Watch this and head over to his post and submit yours.
I am posting video during the week because I figured that hardly anyone would pay attention to a post on Friday (xmas eve) and Saturday (xmas), so you get your videos early. There will be another very special one tomorrow, if everything goes right…

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Crap, I don’t really remember. In 2016, it was probably Canon HFG30 x2, and another camera side stage (G10?). This was pre-Gopro.
Edit by Tromster

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7 Seconds- Starlite Lounge, Sacramento Ca. 6/18/15 digital master soundboard surprise show hardcore

7 seconds were on a big tour(nationwide?) with Success and The Briggs. When they played Sacramento, 7 Seconds were left off the bill and the 2 others played a smaller venue. At the end of the night, 7 Seconds came up and played a short unannouncer set to the appreciative crowd.
The mix on this one was a bit unbalanced, so I used isotope rx7 to push the bass way up (+8 or so), plus a guitar boost.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment Used: Sony PCM-M10

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7 Seconds- The Catalyst, Santa Cruz Ca. 3/8/15 Partial Audio Digital Soundboard

I think this was the second to last time I got to see 7 seconds. This was a total spur of the moment decision- I hadn’t planned on going, but I got the OK to record from Kevin so I did the 3+ hour drive on a work night. I’m glad I did it in retrospect, I really miss the band.
This soundboard was recorded by Guerin Myall and this is all that exists. There was a problem and the recording stops 11 minutes in.

Recorded by: Guerin Myall
Equipment used: Unknown digital recorder

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7 Seconds- The Catalyst, Santa Cruz Ca. 3/8/15 Multicamera Live Video

When I posted 11 minutes of the soundboard audio from this show the other day, I realized that I never posted the multicam video we did. It is ok, some of the angles had issues (over exposure, halo effect) which is probably why I held it back. It was a great performance and the crowd was really into it. I never understood why Sacramento crowds did not appreciate them as much as out of town crowds.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy & Guerin Myall
Equipment used: Probably Canon HFG10 x2, HFM30, and Guerin’s cameras.
Edit: Tromster

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7 Seconds- Midtown Barfly, Sacramento Ca. 8/16/14 Multicam with Rode Video Pro Stereo/Matrix audio

Big thanks to Jim Mclain for doing the edit and the audio matrix work on this one. I only filmed with 1 camera from the stage, and Jim had his camera at the back center of the club. The angles mixed pretty well together.
By the way, if you haven’t heard, Trust Records has announced a reissue of The Crew- pre-orders are up now!
I think this show took place during one of Sean Hills’ Punch and Pie fests

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy & Jim Mclain
Equipment used: Canon HFG10 & Rode Video Pro Stereo Mic, Canon HFR500 (I think)
Edit/Audio mix by Jim Mclain

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