7 Seconds- White Oak Music Hall, Houston Tx 9/3/22 4K UHD Multicamera with Matrix Audio Hardcore

TLDR: Guitar comes in soon- give it a minute!
Wow, I am kinda shocked as to how well this one came out. Like I mentioned in other posts, EVERYTHING went wrong on this one. Getting to Houston was a nightmare- there was a monsoon-like storm and there was no visibility on the freeway. I get there late during soundcheck and the venue is very nice– the nicest one of the tour and the staff was nice. I lost my camera pole mount in either Dallas or San Antonio and did not realize it until I looked in my bag to use it here. So, I tried strapping the monopod to a post with bungee cords which caused too much vibration to use.
Then, early in the set, my gopro on Bobby freezes up. That has never happened before. So, this 4 camera video changes to 3. That issue caused me to panic-buy another gopro in Austin and relegate this one to backup status. Plus, my GH5S camerawork is super shaky because I was holding it by hand and my bionically repaired right shoulder was not having it.
So, like I said, it has no business being this good. Thanks to Agelos (Tromster) for saving the day.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: 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
Rebalance by Shayne in Izotope Rx8
Edit by Tromster

Live Concert Video

Negative Approach- White Oak Music Hall, Houston Tx. 9/3/22 4K UHD Multicam with Soundboard Audio

This is the last Negative Approach show to post from the September Texas tour, and the last one from the ill-fated White Oak Music Hall show… but this was definitely the best video of the night. We were able to use the G50 “monopod strapped to a pole” goofy setup that I improvised, at least. That angle was still lousy- loses focus and vibrates a little but still gives some decent shots… sometimes.
Forward to 2min if you don’t want to hear the “Popcorn” theme that NA used as intro music to each show. That was my cue to get my ass in gear, btw.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Canon HF G50 (Crappy pole 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: Sony PCM-M10 through the soundboard, rebalanced

Edit by Tromster

Live Concert Video

Circle Jerks- White Oak Music Hall, Houston Tx 9/3/22 Audio Only DPA4061 Mics

Oh man, work is getting like it was a couple years ago- 8.5 hours of meetings today- 5 hours down so far. It’s going to make these daily posts challenging… and of course, when I need to create posts as quickly as possible, Youtube decides to stop processing my audio posts. After having this one bonk out about 5 times, I finally had to do it the old/hard way. I guess I’ll be working with YT tech support soon.
Anyway, here is the audio from the Circle Jerks Houston show. Video was not allowed, so I went ahead and used the ol’ DPA mics to get this one. This was the nicest venue of the tour and a sharp contrast from the (awesome) warehouse style San Antonio club. Meh, give me $7 beers and roll up doors over this fancy place and $15 beers. Anyway, it sounds pretty good because of the pristine sound system. I guess there are some benefits from going to a nice venue…

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: DPA4061 Mics, Church Audio Preamp, Sony PCM-M10 digital recorder.
EQ (bass roloff) in Sony Sound Forge 10

Audio Live Concert

7 Seconds- Fitzgerald’s, Houston Tx. 9/27/91 xfer from 4th gen VHS tape punk hardcore

Here’s another one from the old 1980/90s VHS collection. Usually when you trade for a 4th gen VHS tape, you would expect pure garbage quality.. but this one isn’t that bad. The camera guy did a good job with the closeups and it sounds good as well. It’s watchable.
And look at that hair! Well done, Kevin! 🙂

Recorded by: ?
Transfer by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: JVC HRS9811U and Canopus ADVC300

Live Concert Video

7 Seconds- Powertools, Houston Tx. 8/3/88 xfer from 1st gen VHS tape Punk

I traded with this guy in Houston, and he was quite a character. I think his name is Mike Elias (Alias?), but my memory is fuzzy. He used to blatantly film bands without permission- and if he got shut down, he would write me “those guys are essholes”(his exact er, words). He definitely had a unique approach. 🙂 If anyone knows where he is now, please let me know. I lost a master tape and he is the only guy who I know, who has a 1st gen copy of something I really want back.
Anyway, I did not trade for this one- my good friend Jim Utz did, and this is from his collection.

Recorded by: Mike Elias(?)
Transfer by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: JVC HRS9911U and Canopus ADVC300

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