I really wanted to see this show but I had a conflict. Thankfully, Jim McLain was there and filmed the entire set! Sounds and looks great! Band includes the rhythm section from Fugazi
Recorded by: Jim McLain
I usually post obscure audio on Monday, but since I didn’t post on Saturday I will make up for it here.
Huge thanks to Gary Davis for digitizing his master video and sending it my way to be synched and posted- that was very kind.
This one had a funny story- I had heard that Fugazi was OK with soundboard recordings, but this was L.A. and the Shrine was huge. I was not holding out much hope plugging in to the board for this one. I sneak the DAT in and head over to the board and my old friend Greg Dean was there! We had worked together at Valley Parcel and now he was running one of the biggest? (best for sure) audio production companies in L.A. along with his friend Greg. He plugs me right in and lets me stand in the board area (the place was PACKED). Meeting Greg here and at the Geraldine Fibbers show in Aron’s records parking lot earlier in the year reconnected us permanently. It’s fun to watch Greg’s world travels with Green Day, Social D, Megadeth, and now Riot Games. Awesome.
The mix was great- I did a little rebalancing in Izotope RX8, boosting guitars and such.
Video recorded by: Gary Davis, courtesy of Rock-Steadi-Cam (subscribe to his youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6wo3cgmYY-HhDTSh5oTMeQ)
Audio Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Sony TCD-D3 lined in the soundboard
Audio/Video Synch by King Bean
Rebalance in Izotope RX8
Here’s another one that we prepped for the clif bar event. Gilman was beyond packed for this show and there was no good place to video. I had to be close to the stage or onstage because my camera’s light sensitivity was terrible. I ended up filming the 70 minute show from right in front of Joe, on my knees the entire time so I wouldn’t be in his way.
This was my good friend “Anonymous” first time audiotaping with his Sony WMD6C. He got it that day. We always thought that it didn’t turn out well and wasn’t worth digitizing, but I was able to make it a LOT better in izotope.
Anyway, this is the best that this one is going to get.
Video recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Aiwa CV-80
Audio recorded by: Anonymous
Equipment used: Sony ECM-909 mic
Video enhanced (brighten/contrast degrain): Adobe Premiere and Neat Video
Audio Enhanced(boost guitar and vocal) Izotope RX7
Audio Video synch via Plural Eyes
This video is decent but not great. Gilman’s lighting was not very robust which left some of my videos dark and grainy. This is the best of the 2 Fugazi Gilman videos I shot. It was PACKED in there, so it was a challenging shot. I think I stood on my knees the entire time! Ow,
This is part 1. The rest of the show is on youtube- you can search by title.
Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment Used: Aiwa CV-80 and Sony ECM909 Mic