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Here's tonight's show at The Social recorded on a Sony ICD-SX1000 with soundman binaural mics. I'm pretty happy with the quality besides a heinous amount of audience chatter.
But, man, what a night. It was as much a physical experience as an aural one, and my eyes were closed nearly the whole time. We felt shaken and assaulted walking out of the venue. It definitely sounded like Exai further explored, extraordinarily rhythmic and consistently dance-able - at least way more than I predicted it would be. Feeling it in my throat is on quite another level.
Hope you guys enjoy it!
The file is 320kbps, 60 min 16 sec
This is my first 'bootleg', and I forgot to switch to .wav so this is the highest quality available.
Autechre - Orlando 2015-10-10 (Live).mp3
I had a chance some weeks ago to sesh with some amazing people. Ron Veliz, a san fransisco session musician who lives here was on guitar. he is a badass but only plays if good enough people are in town and it just so happened that the drummer, josh costello, invited his old friend who is a professional 'piano battler' nick schlueter from st. louis to town... I was on bass, electric guitar and electric upright, both which are in pretty shit shape so my pitch is very liberal.
anyhow I recorded some sessions with my yeti blue stereo mic and they turned out pretty good!
I of course mixed and eq'd the recordings liberally to get them the way sound here.
As I remember, I split each recording into left and right and then eq'd, added a bussed stereo width and compressed.
check it out.
super fun pop samba:
fusion-y take on naima:
skip to 5:10 for some fucking brilliant group synergy and piano solo
some funky shit, this one was at a party so the sound is not as good:
this last one is a crazy loop from a vamp we hit while riffing on an altered fly me to the moon:
thanks for listening and give me feedback on how you think I did on my mixdowns.
I've been really psyched on M/S processing lately, and I'd love to hear about any tips, gear, anecdotes, sordid rumors or whatever you all might have!
It's pretty basic, but I've had a lot of direct to stereo hardware jams piling up, and usually the mixes are pretty rough in places. I've had a lot of luck boosting the lows, usually somewhere down in the 60-200 range, a couple DB on the mid channel while rolling them off gently on the side and adding just a bit of clipping (usually with the Klanghelm SDRR). I've found I can usually get away with a lot less EQ and can compress the mix more aggressively without it sounding too squashed. Good for bringing out more detail in recordings of practices and shows, too.
By Guest kymppinetti
Short noobish question here: do you guys prefer recording via USB audio interface or do you just connect mixer audio out into computer audio in etc. and that way record your, what ever you record? Why do you use the other? Or are you into both ways? If you know what I mean.
In advance, thank you for you replices. If I get any that is. :)
By Guest cycleamusic
Bandcamp link: https://cyclea.bandcamp.com/album/zeropisces
Kathy Fay (Bell Toll) - Harp aeropagetica.com
Jonathan Jindra (Cyclea) - Electronics https://www.facebook.com/pages/Cyclea/1498205673802068?fref=ts
Artwork by Nina Marinick www.facebook.com/nina.marinick
Download includes 'Of The Moon' Music Video
'Of the Moon' Music Video: