Here’s the final video from the Til-Two club show from last month.
I’m finally getting around to M.I.T. at Til-Two club. Here’s “Sorry Tom”, a short, tongue-in-cheek song about how much of an alcoholic asshole Tom (bass) is.
The full show of Roman Watchdogs at Til-Two Club on December 15, 2017 is up!
“Not Looking For Love” by Roman Watchdogs, live at Til-Two Club, is up on YouTube, for your New Years Eve viewing pleasure. This was challenging, as Til-Two Club is a small venue, and the audio recording from the board was only 6 tracks – 2 vocals, guitar, bass, kick drum and snare drum. Dan Bonn worked his magic, though, and it sounds awesome.
The full show will be up in a few days.
The single for “Hari Kari”, from PunchCard’s Halloween show at Winstons, is up on YouTube.
It’s finally done! PunchCard Live at Winstons, the source of my top banner photo, is live on YouTube. Tomorrow I’ll post about how I made it, but for tonight, just enjoy:
There was a technical difficulty (it happens when you do live recording) and the tracks for Broken Record only had the first song. Bummer.
Anyway, Dan got me the final mix for Broken Record, so here’s the final video:
The second and final single from the PB Cantina show is up. It’s Tony, Pete, and Joey doing a cover of The Pogues “Streams of Whisky”. Here it is:
The standalone video for “Company Man” by Tony Silipigno, from the PB Cantina Oct 16 show, is live. Whenever I make a full convert video, I always take a few songs and make standalone videos for them. Some people see a running time of 30 min or an hour, and just say “nope!” So, a single song can sometimes be more appealing.
I’d had my new GH5 for a few days, so I was itching to go shoot something. My friends Pete, Tony, Dan, and Derek we playing the Open Mic night at PB Cantina, so I headed down there. I was just intending to try a few settings, see how the camera handled the stage lights, etc.
Well, I ended up recording most of the night. Then, I found out the sound guy, Jeremy, records all the Open Mic nights. So, he gave the tracks to Dan Bonn, who mixed and mastered them. Dan gave the mixes to me, and now I have pristine audio to go with my camera “test”.
EDIT: I should add, this is the first video I edited in DaVinci Resolve (which I like a lot), and also the first video I did color grading on. I think it looks great for a first try.
So, here’s the video:
And here’s Krystal Dyer’s complete painting: