Here’s Stikky’s set from Gilman- filmed by Jason Ellis using my camera (Aiwa CV80 and stock microphone). Lighting improves about 10 min in, and they do a spot-on cover of Neurosis’ “black” at the 15min mark.
I debated posting anything today, in light of the crisis that we are experiencing in Sacramento. I hope all of my friends are safe. I stayed up until 2am watching the feeds.. absolutely heartbreaking.
This is what is so cool about this hobby. I mentioned in a post that I was having difficulty getting some old analog sources to synch- Pluraleyes won’t read old crappy camera audio from 1988 to synch the soundboard audio properly. It just errors out. Brendan from new zealand read my post and reached out to me out of the blue and offered to synch the sources together. I warned him that syncing 2 analog sources was a HUGE pain in the ass… which he did confirm later (he had to do it song by song). 🙂
So what I guess I am trying to say is that we all have more in common than not; and we can’t continue to allow these divide and conquer tactics to be effective. I think that just about all of us really ARE anti fascist, if you think about the true definition and history of the term. I just had a guy contact me and work for hours because we have a punk band in common. I bet we can find something in common with just about anyone. We need to join together and fight power. Thanks Brendan.
Recorded by: Anonymous with Shayne Stacy’s camera Equipment used: Aiwa CV-80 camcorder Soundboard taped through house cassette deck, Digitized with Nakamichi Dragon Video Enhancement/degrain in Adobe Premier Elements w/Neat Video Audio/Video Synch by Brendan
now that I have my new copy of soundforge, I can start posting all of this audio stuff I had down here by the PC.
Here is another Anonymous recording. We got to be friends with Gilman soundman Radley Hirsch, so there were many soundboards done in 1988-1990 time frame. This one sounds pretty damned good.
As a side note, there is also video of this show (Anonymous taped it with my camera). If anyone wants to synch this soundboard with that video, or help with the HUNDREDS of edit/synch projects that I have, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Recorded by: Anonymous
Equipment used: Aiwa home cassette deck
Transfer equipment: Nakamichi Dragon, Audiophile 24/96 card, sony soundforge to normalize levels.
I looked online and saw ZERO videos from The Place in Davis. How is that even possible? It was legendary for the abundance of awesome shows. It was a little house in downtown davis with little to no lighting. Sound was terrible… but it was a blast. I also have Peace Test (Steve Von Till from Neurosis) first band. LMK if you want to see it.
Here is one of my Stikky videos- this one is from The Place in Davis. Man, that place had no lighting which made things difficult. I fixed this one with the new software, but it is still not too good. Better than before.
Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment Used: Aiwa CV-80 & Sony ECM909 mic
Post Production by Shayne: Adobe Premiere Elements 2018 & Neat Video Noise Reduction to brighten/contrast and denoise.
This is bizarre- This stikky song is on the master soundboard tape, right after No Use for a Name. Stikky were not listed on the flyer as playing on 4/15/88, but Chris was there with NUFAN I think. Maybe the band hopped up on stage and played a song on NUFAN’s equipment. Maybe this is from a diffrent show. Who knows.
Recorded by: Gary Shurtleff
Sound Engineer: Radley Hirsch
Transfer by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Nakamichi Dragon- Audiophile 2496 card- sony soundforge