Secret Chiefs 3- Ace of Spades Sacramento Ca 8/29/17 LIVE Partial Multicam Mr. Bungle

This one is an upgrade to the one I posted a couple of months ago- we have edited Zoran from Cap Chaos’ footage to make this a partial multicam shot. The multicam action starts toward the end of the set, about 36 minutes in. Thanks to Zoran for the footage and thanks to Agelos Porf for the edit. Nice work!! In collaboration with Capital Chaos TV https://capitalchaostv.com

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy, Zoran

Edited/Remixed By: Agelos Porf

Additional help by: Zoran, Capital Chaos TV

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Secret Chiefs 3- Ace of Spades, Sacramento Ca. 8/29/17 Mr. Bungle Canon HFG30

Secret Chiefs 3- Ace of Spades, Sacramento Ca. 8/29/17 Mr. Bungle Canon HFG30 This was a total surprise. I had no idea who these guys were, and then Sherman told me that it was Trey from Mr. Bungle’s band. I had no idea he was doing anything new. So I bought a disc and started filming without knowing anything about them. What a mind-blower! They are so unique, you just need to listen. The most complicated (but still engaging) music I have ever heard. The drummer is ridiculously talented.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy

Equipment Used: Canon HFG30

 

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Dead Cross- Ace of Spades, Sacramento Ca. 8/29/17 Canon HFG30 Rode VPS Mic

Here’s the vid posted on the right YT channel. Sorry about that. Dead Cross- Ace of Spades, Sacramento Ca. 8/29/17 Mike Patton Dave Lombardo Canon HFG30 The challenge of filming at Ace of Spades is getting access to the bands to ask permission. Even though Lisa and the venue staff are totally cool, I usually need to work through layers of people to get to people that I *know* would give me the OK if I could tell them how they knew me way back in the 80s. This time around, 3 people did me a solid to make this happen. Zoran Theodorovic for giving my DVDs of Mr Bungle/river thtr & Slayer backstage at the stone to the band (through tour manager), Sherman Loper for telling me that Trey from Mr. Bungle was in Secret Chiefs 3 (I had no idea), AND he was at the merch table- I was able to get my pass & equipment in the door.. and Vinny Palese, who secured permission for filming from Dead Cross’ management. Truly a team effort. Thanks guys! I am using the line in setting with the Rode mic and audio is coming out WAY better. I should have been doing that from the start!

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy

Equipment Used: Canon HFG30, Rode Video Pro Stereo Mic

Additional help by: Zoran Theodorovic, Sherman Loper, Vinny Palese

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Dead Cross- Ace of Spades, Sacramento 8/29/17 LIVE Partial Multicam Mike Patton Dave Lombardo

This one is an upgrade to the one I posted a couple of months ago- we have edited Zoran from Cap Chaos’ footage to make this a partial multicam shot. The multicam action starts at about halfway through the set, about 18min in. Thanks to Zoran for the footage and thanks to Agelos for the edit. Nice work!! In collaboration with Capital Chaos TV https://capitalchaostv.com

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy, Zoran

Edited/Remixed By: Agelos

Additional help by: Zoran, Capital Chaos TV

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Lydia Loveless- Ace of Spades, Sacramento 10/5/16 Multicam with Schoeps Audio

Man, did this one turn out nice. The only small issue is that I accidentally cropped Todd May out of the full stage angle, but I got enough of him in the roving shot to make up for it. Filmed with 2 HFG30, 1 HFG10 and a gopro. Thanks to Jason Ellis for the audio, Brian McKenna for securing permission to film, Ben Lamb for giving permission, and Dillon Fries for the edit. It turned out great!

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy

Equipment Used: HFG30, HFG10, GoPro, Schoeps

Edited/Remixed By: Dillon Fries

Additional help by: Ben Lamb, Brian McKenna

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Drive By Truckers- Ace of Spades, Sacramento Ca 10/5/16 Part 1 Multicam with Schoeps Audio

I had been a casual fan of DBT for over 15 years, but the new American Band album blew me away. I was so happy that I was able to get permission to film them when they came through last October. Filmed with 2 Canon HFG30, 1 Canon HFG10 and a gopro. Audio courtesy of Jason Ellis. Thanks to Brian McKenna and Jenn Bryan for the help in securing permission to film, and special thanks to Dillon Fries for the edit.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy

Equipment Used: Canon HFG30, Canon HFG10, GoPro, Schoeps

Edited/Remixed By: Dillon Fries

Additional help by: Brian McKenna, Jenn Bryan

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