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|Show||Stanton Moore Trio with Anders Osborne (+ Will Bernard and Wil Blades), Brooklyn Bowl, Brooklyn, NY 9/23/2010, Neumann TLM170 flac16|
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|Description||Stanton Moore Trio|
Neumann TLM-170 (hypercardoids, FOB almost parallel to right PA, about 50' from stage) -> Sound Devices 722 (@24/96); FLAC File processing in SoundForge Audio Studio 10.0a (volume normalization; resample to 44.1 with iZotope 64-Bit SRC set higher than "Highest Quality" setting w/anti-alias filter; 24->16 bit dither using iZotope MBIT+ Dither with Ultra noise shaping, High dither settings); Tracked in CDWav.
Set 1 (Stanton, Wil Blades, Will Bernard)
2. Pot Licker
3. Maple Plank
5. banter - new records
6. Dunkin' in the Deep
7. Pie Eyed Manc
8. banter - another Will Bernard composition
9. Layer Cake
10. banter - my grandmother
11. Just A Closer Walk With Thee *
12. banter - setbreak announce
13. Neeps and Tatties
14. band intros/outro
Set 2 (Anders Osborne [from track 4 onward] with Stanton, Wil Blades, Will Bernard)
2. Squash Blossom
3. banter - inviting Anders out
4. The Road To Charlie Parker
5. Got Your Heart
6. banter - dedication to John Coltrane
7. Darkness At The Bottom
8. banter - band intros
9. Call On Me
10. Echoes of My Sins ->
11. Love Is Taking Its Toll
12. band intros/encore break
13. Boxes Bills And Pain
* = w/drum solo
Recorded, mastered, and tracked by Scott Bernstein
Note: The venue manager was on a little power trip this night and made me set up farther away from the sweet spot than I wanted to be so it sounds less than ideal, but still pretty good. Frankie D and I shared the same stand.
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|Sweet! Thanks so much for the show!
|Nice work Scotty! I flew home that day for the PAnic run, otherwise I would have been there with you and Frankie! I taped them in April, George Porter Jr. sat in for a while!
Where did they put you?? Back by the SBD??
|No...not back by the SBD but right behind the last set of steps leading up to the bowling lanes. About 12 feet back from where I usually prefer to be (a few feet in FRONT of those steps)....The manager was pretty jerky to me -- you know one of those guys who comes up looking for a fight as opposed to wanting to work WITH you.
|Funnily enough, if you ask me, he actually did you a favor. Where you want to be is too close to
actually be in the "sweet spot" at that venue if you ask me. The crazy way that the PAs are pointed
(left straight on, right cheated towards the bowling lanes), the farther back puts you better in line
with where the "V" point of sound hits you. I've walked all around that place & this is my "professional"
opinion. Jason(house engineer who helped set up the whole system) fully agrees with me as well.
I bet this recording sounds better than you are leading on & your previous ones that are closer are not
as good as you think. I've walked backward on the floor right along that wall and the farther back I go,
the more detail I pick up from the mix...the closer I go, I start to lose what is only is the mix(direct inputs,
vox, close mic'd instruments, etc) & the whole thing just becomes a wash of the stage sound mostly.
For an example of what I'm talking about, check out a bit of this Stockholm Syndrome recording I
recorded from along that wall just in front of the board:
Their soundguy was not even doing a good job that night, but what he was doing you could hear better
back there. Admittedly, this does have an EQ of mine applied to it to tighten up some of the guy's
'muddy mix', but I think you'll get what I'm talking about.
My 2 cents & you know that I think you do a great job!!
|FYI -- I just got this show up on archive.org:
16 bit version:
24 bit version:
|just curious, why didn't robert walter make the trip to NY?
thanx for the upload!
|No clue about why Robert Walter didn't make it to this show. I was sort of surprised he wasn't there...
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