VH 2012-06-05 San Jose (Markum7)

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June 7, 2012 at 11:47 pm Quote #15034

jroundy
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mrmojohalen: No problem downloading by the song, just wondered.

Yeah, it would be nice to have other options. I love having other options. Just a little more work on your end, but hey it’s still pretty easy, none the less.


The poor folks play for keeps down here…They’re the living dead. Nobody rules these streets at night like Van Halen!!


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June 8, 2012 at 10:22 am Quote #15046

ron
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mrmojohalen:
Anyone notice some of the song splits are out of wack ?

Aside from some very minor moves, the only track that I found to be out of whack was the start for Dance The Night Away. What else did I miss?


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June 8, 2012 at 8:01 pm Quote #15066

mrmojohalen
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ron: Aside from some very minor moves, the only track that I found to be out of whack was the start for Dance The Night Away.What else did I miss?

There was a gap in YRGM. The Kansas City show has more weird splits.


When you turn on your stereo, does it return the favor?


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June 8, 2012 at 8:16 pm Quote #15069

ron
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mrmojohalen: There was a gap in YRGM.

Hmm, I didn’t notice it visually, nor did I hear a gap. Odd.


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June 8, 2012 at 10:45 pm Quote #15078

mrmojohalen
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ron: Hmm, I didn’t notice it visually, nor did I hear a gap.Odd.

Track 12 was YRGM. It featured an extended jam similar to what they have been doing in ‘Unchained’.
Track 12 is 4:50. There is a split right after the jam ends & the rest of YRGM is Track 13 at :55.


When you turn on your stereo, does it return the favor?


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June 8, 2012 at 11:33 pm Quote #15087

ron
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mrmojohalen: Track 12 was YRGM. It featured an extended jam similar to what they have been doing in ‘Unchained’.
Track 12 is 4:50. There is a split right after the jam ends & the rest of YRGM is Track 13 at :55.

I see what you’re saying, but I still don’t see or hear a gap. Granted I don’t process the files the same way the majority of other people do, so maybe that’s why I didn’t see anything odd (or least nothing worth noting). Anyway, just a minor thing to deal with in order to listen to yet another great show.


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June 9, 2012 at 9:41 am Quote #15093

wjamflan
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Does anyone know if there is a video version of the show in the works? This does seem like a special one from listening to the tracks – thank you to Jroundy for uploading them!


“This hamburger don’t need no helper.” – DLR 5/17/15


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June 9, 2012 at 12:20 pm Quote #15095

jroundy
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ron: I see what you’re saying, but I still don’t see or hear a gap.Granted I don’t process the files the same way the majority of other people do, so maybe that’s why I didn’t see anything odd (or least nothing worth noting).Anyway, just a minor thing to deal with in order to listen to yet another great show.

Listening to YRGM right now, and it is odd how he separated the same song into two different tracks, but I don’t hear any gap, or dropout in audio.

I think Markum7 must have rushed releasing this, because the next song is Bottoms Up!, and that track runs into the first part of DTNA, and there is your second weird split.


The poor folks play for keeps down here…They’re the living dead. Nobody rules these streets at night like Van Halen!!


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June 9, 2012 at 1:49 pm Quote #15108

bluntforcetrauma
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jroundy:
I’d give a B+….just as Markum7 rates his own recording.It’s a bit distant, but clear.Has less bottom end then most of the other audio boots I have collected from this tour, but that is easily taken care of with a little eq adjustment.

I think he was seated almost behind the stage, so that may affect the mix a bit, and maybe adds to it being a bit distant.

wow they were allowing seats behind the stage. All the shows so far i have attended side stage and around the back of stage has been roped off–no seats.

believe it or not back of stage is good place for audio pull.I get a good stereo stack with little fan interruption for the most part.

Yeah I think its interested for tapers to give their own recordings a grade. This one is distant sounding, the sound is back in the mix, you get a feel of the tape source a bit farther back from the sound source. Meaning the taper just might be out of ” sound reach” for the equipment he used”. putting to much distance between yourself and the sound sourced and use a gear setup that ” may pick up the sound” but does not truly capture the sound. The mics should ” pick up the music” , the mics should not feel like they “have to reach the music”. Just because you may see enough db’s being recorded but you are will also pick up all that white noise or “noise of space” that is between taper and sound source.I am not talking about screamers and clappers, its just all recording systems are not created equal and when you tape from a distance that may be making the mics ” reach” for the sound then you will sense that ” space” when listening to the show–making the sound of show lean toward the distant sounding type.even so, they are some that rated Markum7 recording an”A”.AGain thanks to the taper and all the efforts.


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June 9, 2012 at 2:15 pm Quote #15112

guitard
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If someone is seated behind the stage at a VH show – how do they see through the big screen?

I know they open up the area behind the stage at Bruce’s shows – but you can still see the people on the stage from the back. And they have a smaller version of the big screen back there for them.


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June 9, 2012 at 8:13 pm Quote #15144

mrmojohalen
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My apologies – there is no gap, just the tracks that split odd. Only an issue if you like to listen to individual tracks.


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