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
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
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
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
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.
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
Me and my best friend “Anonymous” bought tickets to Total Devo(that early songs show) at The Fox… then this 7 Seconds show was announced. I thought I was screwed and would not make this show, but we took off for the 7 seconds show right when the Devo show finished, and walked in a couple minutes before 7 seconds started. I love it when stuff like that works out! Any 7 Seconds show outside of Sacramento is bound to be a great one, since the crowd usually goes totally insane. That was the case here. My favorite part of the show is when a stagediver takes the mic for “Young til I die”… and HE WON’T GIVE THE MIC BACK. Thankfully, Kevin (nicely) wrestled it away from him before the Minor Threat part started.
Recorded by: Shayne Stacy Equipment used: Canon HFG10 and (I think) stock mic.
This was such a great day at CIP. 7 Seconds had just released “Leave a Light On” and were debuting some songs from that release live, along with all of the old favorites. The video came out great- especially the audio- because of my new-ish Rode Video Pro Stereo Mic.. which I promptly lost after the show. It fell out of my pocket. You should catch the band on tour- they are back together and touring the world. They are better than ever.
OK, THIS is the multicamera version of the 7 seconds show I promised yesterday. This was my first multi camera show that I did on my own. Someone tripped over the back tripod, so the stage is not centered in the screen! Annoying. Filmed with 1 Canon HF200 and 1 Canon HFM30 cameras.