Shooting video of a show is great, but without a great recording to go with it, that special something is missing. This project featured the art of Casey Brookbush as well as a live performance of Pink Floyd’s Animals by Casey and friends. Nick Sacy cut this video together with my stereo room recording from the Sunset show. Dave Abramson’s live mix that night was excellent, and this project turned out quite well.
Congratulations to Ayron Jones and The Way for succesfully hitting their target. The most popular reward for joining the Kickstarter was a live CD/download of their sold-out CD release party at Neumos last fall.
Are you considering a Kickstarter to fund a new project? Live CDs are an inexpensive reward that fans dig. For more information check out our Mobile Recording page or Contact us.
New online release from Seattle’s hot band, Industrial Revelation. These folks pour their hearts and souls into the most joyful music being played in this town. This album was recorded, mixed and mastered by myself. Take a listen.
I’ve been a fan of live recordings since before I was old enough to go to shows. Being a Deadhead, I’ve had access to an incredible wealth of music, fan recorded and official releases.
A while back, my wife and I sat down and watched a movie called, Songcatcher, about an ethnomusicologist travelling the mountains of Appalachia documenting the music of the isolated mountain folk. Technology has improved since the days of the recording phonograph with wax cylinders, but the goal is the same. Find the ephermal arts and document them.
A few years ago, my wife complained that no-one was documenting the music we were seeing and told me to get the gear needed to start. Since then, I’ve accumulated the tools to not only make 2 track field recordings, but a full 16 track recording setup.
Some call us tapers, engineers, audio stalkers, but at the end of the day, I’ll go with Songcatcher.
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