D.I.- Cornerstone, Berkeley Ca. 9/29/17 LIVE Multicam with Soundboard Audio DI DxIx

Sometimes, everything just falls into place. The band plays well and the crowd goes crazy, which causes the band to increase their energy & play better, etc. You only see shows like this once a year or so. D.I. had a show like that at cornerstone last month. I have been going to D.I. shows since January of 1987, and this was the best non-Agnew show I have ever seen. Filmed with a Canon HFG30, a gopro on stage, and a Canon HFG10 on the balcony. Soundboard recorded with a Sony M10. The only flaw with the video was the vibration on the balcony- it blurs the balcony angle when there is a lot of low end. MUST WATCH.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy

Equipment Used: Canon HFG30, GoPro, Canon HFG10, Sony M10

 

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D.I.- Cafe Colonial, Sacramento Ca. 9/28/17 Multicam

D.I.’s shows in northern california last September were so great. Even with a fill in guitar player, they were at the top of their game. They played an extended set with songs like “no moms”! This show holds special significance to me because it was Jay Pantoja’s last show that he promoted. He retired from doing shows after this one. He passed away a few months later.
Thanks to Zoran for the use of his angles & to Tromster for the edit.
Recorded with 1 Canon HFG30, 1 Canon HFG10, 1 Gopro hero4 silver, and zoran’s canon & gopro.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy & Zoran Theodorovic

Equipment Used: 1 Canon HFG30, 1 Canon HFG10, 1 Gopro hero4 silver, and zoran’s canon & gopro.

Edited by: Tromster

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D.I. – Cooper’s Ale Works, Nevada City Ca. 11/12/16 Multicam with Rode Audio

Man, this was a fun night. D.I. cancelled a show this weekend at The Colony and I noticed they played San Jose the night before, so I thought I’d look them up to see if they were playing anywhere… and they were playing only an hour away! Cooper’s is a great place to see a show. It is tiny, but I was still able to cram 4 cameras in there. I was constantly getting bumped with the monopod by the bar, but it didn’t really matter. Still awesome. Also, I turn around while filming and I see a familiar face- Brandon from Bliss! I had not seen him for over 25 years, but I recognized him and he remembered me! How awesomely random. Great show and a really nice edit job by Agelos. Thank you.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy

Equipment Used: Rode Video Pro Stereo Mic

Edited/Remixed By: Agelos

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DI- Thee Parkside, San Francisco 12/12/15 Multicam with Rode Audio D.I. DxIx

So much to say about this show. First of all, I saw a FB post that D.I. was going on at 9:30pm, and I was still at home at 7pm. So I scrambled and threw my stuff into my backpack and flew out the door. I get to the club at 7:25.. and the band 2 bands before D.I. had not started yet. D’oh! So, as a result, I had no USB drive for the soundboard and I forgot my mini-to-mini cable for my good mics. The sound is still good, but not perfect. Also, 2 of the 3 cameras decide to freak out because I put them on “auto” setting and the low red lights made them constantly adjust. Next time I’ll know better. But the show. BEST SHOW I have ever seen D.I. do, and I have been going to D.I. shows since 1987. It was an “early days” set- all songs from the 1st 2 LPs. The crowd was into it and the band is in top form.. so despite all of my whining about the video, it turned out really great. Thanks to Agelos for his careful editing of this one- you can tell he enjoyed the show as well! Thanks also to Bobby Rio and Ed Tatar for the OK to film.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy

Edited/Remixed By: Agelos

Additional help by: Bobby Rio, Ed Tatar

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D.I.- Showcase Theater, Corona Ca. 6/11/95 Part 1 Punk Casey Royer

This video kinda bummed me out. This show was packed and they were amazing… but since my Sony TR81 camcorder tends to have lousy audio, I decided to plug in my coresound mics in to the camera… BAD IDEA. The camera was not made for the mics so it was even more distorted. You can still make out the songs, so here you go.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy

Equipment Used: Sony TR81, Coresound Mic

 

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