Dave Alvin & Jimmie Dale Gilmore w/ The Guilty Ones- Oddfellows Hall, Auburn Ca. 8/24/19 Audio

This was the maiden voyage for my new preamp (same one I used for Iron Maiden’s audio) and it sounds pretty good. Thanks Chris for the help- it has been working great!
Dave had some amp problems but it really gets going in the 2nd half of the set. It was nice seeing Jimmie Dale Gilmore play with a kickass rock band!

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: DPA 4061 mics, Chuch audio preamp, Sony M10 digital audio recorder.

Audio Live Concert

Titus Andronicus- Oddfellows Hall, Davis Ca. 5/25/16 Part 1 Canon HFG30 & Rode Video Pro Mic

I have been a TA fan for a while, and had seen them once before- in 2012. That show was good- they played Orion Festival (Metallica’s fest) in NJ and I audiotaped. I saw Patrick Stickles (Vocal/Guitar/Main man from TA) so I approached him and gave him a copy of the recording from the fest. He was SO COOL and appreciative of the show- we chatted about the fest briefly- he remebered it very clearly which was kinda amazing given how many shows they play. Anyway, this Davis show was unbelievable- the intensity of the performance was unreal. The venue is upstairs and has a ballroom-style floor, which means that it bounces when people bounce. Well, it was bouncing HARD which is why the video bounces a bit. The crowd went wild- this has been the best show of 2016 for me. Glad I went, as I almost blew it off.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy

Equipment Used: Canon HFG30, Rode Video Pro Mic


Live Concert Video

The Muffs- Oddfellows Hall, Davis Ca. 7/17/15 Multicam improved matrix audio Kim Shattuck’s Birthday

this was a super fun night. I had a bunch more cameras with me, but the stage was small and there was no place to put them that wouldn’t be in the way, so 2 cameras it is. It still bothers me that I never did a proper 4 or 5 camera shoot of the band. I had tickets to (what became) their last show ever and bailed out because plane tickets were too expensive… sigh

Anyway, I don’t pay much attention to youtube comments other than for entertainment at times, but the audio from the first edit was the source of A LOT of negative comments. I figured that I’d synch up the matrix that my friend Anonymous did. It sounds a bit better. It was a tough night for lighting- the odd halogens made the shoot problematic. It’s still worth watching. And the run of songs from about 18min in, for the next 40min or so is INSANE. Just great song after great song.

Video Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Canon HFG30 and Gopro Hero 4 Silver
Audio Recorded by: Anonymous
Equipment used: MK4 pair- Nbob active cables- Tinybox (w/OT)- M-10 @ 24/48
SBD- memory stick- MP3 @ 16/44
Edit by Tromaser
New audio synch via plauraleyes 4

Live Concert Video

The Muffs- Oddfellows Hall, Davis Ca. 7/17/15 Multicam with Soundboard Audio!

First of all, I’d like to thank Agelos for the edit on this one. There was room for only 2 cameras at the show, and the one on the stage was being obstructed constantly by a photographer. Agelos did a masterful job editing the 2 angles together- thanks! Great show, the soundboard sounds great, but the mix really comes together about 10 minutes into the show. Thanks to Laurence for the great mix. Ronnie, I learned the next night that you are not too thrilled about soundboard recordings, so let me know if you are ok with this. Filmed with an HFG30 on monopod, and HFG10 on tripod side stage.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy

Equipment Used: HFG30, HFG10

Edited/Remixed By: Laurence, Agelos

Live Concert Video

D.O.A., Code of Honor, Hüsker Dü, Rebel Truth, Wrecks – Slam-N-Sweat ’82, Oddfellows Hall, Sacramento, CA, 7/28/82, Flyer

Submitted by: Lee Osh

Promoter: Clear & Distinct Ideas



Wrecks aka Bessie and the Wrecks, of Reno, Nevada.

Bessie Oakley (Bessie of Bessie and the Wrecks) co-curated an art show at the Nevada Museum of Art in Reno entitled The Wrong Side of Reno: Three Decades of Punk and Hardcore Music in the Biggest Little City  (Oct 2, 2010 to Mar 6, 2011)

A book was released and can be purchased at Lulu for $40ish (before tax & shipping; $50ish after) here, at Amazon for $60ish here or, you can try to find it in a library via WorldCat here. (If you’re attending a university, try requesting it for free from your library website via ILL- Interlibrary Loan.) Sweet stuff.




Festival Flyer