Last year on this date, I lucked out and was on my way home from my work’s sales conference in SF and was able to catch this show in Berkeley. I had 6 cameras ready to film, but I was not allowed to put my gopros up so I only have 3 angles. I hope to get this edited one day- we are waiting on audio. This one is the stationary camera in the old sound booth. There are some vibration issues up there, even though I tried to avoid them by sticking gel heels on the legs of the tripod… nope, too bassy. Even with that, this was the best full-show single camera angle to post.
Recorded by: Shayne Stacy Equipment used: Canon HFG40 & Rode Videomic Pro Stereo
First of all, GILMAN IS NOT CLOSING. That was a poorly timed joke be someone who thought it would be funny to “rick roll” people on the same day that Uptown Lounge in Oakland announced they were closing their doors permanently. Dude needs to understand that jokes are all about the timing.
Anyway, here is a video I have been wanting to share for quite a while now, but I am glad we waited. The multitrack audio sounds fantastic! Ethan Zeitman did a really great job with the mix. Also, some of my gopro’s were cleared off stage right before the band started and it kinda screwed up my shot, but Daniel Hague was there and his angle was exactly what we were missing, so it all worked out.
Recorded by: Shayne Stacy & Daniel Hague Equipment used: Canon HFG30 x2, Canon HFG40, Dan’s HD camera . Multitrack remix by: Ethan Zeitman Edit: Tromster
I don’t have much time so this one needs to be quick. Here is another one from the Turn it Around digitizing project, from Jason Ross’ collection. The gen is unknown but it is relatively low. It looks like only 1 song in inferior quality has made its way to YT so far.
Recorded by: ? Transfer by: Shayne stacy Equipment used: JVC HRS9811U and Canopus ADVC300 Enhancements with Adobe premiere and neat video
I was finally organizing about 500 discs on random spindles into some semblance of order, and I came across these. I digitizied a ton of stuff for Corbett and the East Bay Punk documentary, and I kept the raw files for these ones. These come from Jason Ross’ collection of great tapes that he sent me a few years back. This tape (as with most mcgregor’s tapes) is super overexposed. Now that I know how to adjust it with the Canopus, I will need to re-transfer this sometime in the future. I’ll be posting east bay punk/gilman/lookout related artists all week!
Recorded by: Bob or Mike Byrne Transfer by: Shayne Stacy Equipment used: JVC HRS9911U and Canopus ADVC300
Here is yet another Jawbreaker show from Jason Ross’ collection, that was digitized for the Turn it Around documentary many years ago. There is another version of this show on Youtube, but it is much shorter- it is less than half of the total time of this one. I think their quality is better- this one is pretty generated.
Recorded by: ? Transfer by: Shayne Stacy Equipment used: JVC HRS9811U and Caopus ADVC300 no enhancements. Can’t fix a video this degraded.