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My latest attempt at home made video production.

This is one of the projects I'm regularly involved in and we were doing a wee gig for a venue we have performed at several times over the past few years.

Easy listening, it would be fair to say. 

 

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Thanks.

Audio was recorded live on a tascam hard disk multitrack. Acoustic guitars were miked and pickups, vocals through normal live vocal mikes and bass was DI’d from my wee Phil Jones double 4.  
 

Video was recorded on a Panasonic camera and 3 mobile phones.

Audio mix in Reaper and video editing in Shotcut. 

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12 hours ago, EMG456 said:

Thanks.

Audio was recorded live on a tascam hard disk multitrack. Acoustic guitars were miked and pickups, vocals through normal live vocal mikes and bass was DI’d from my wee Phil Jones double 4.  
 

Video was recorded on a Panasonic camera and 3 mobile phones.

Audio mix in Reaper and video editing in Shotcut. 

so did the Tascam give you multi stems to play with in Reaper?

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On 22/07/2021 at 07:02, skidder652003 said:

so did the Tascam give you multi stems to play with in Reaper?

That's right. I decided that what with having to play and also control multiple camera takes, I would sub out responsibility for the audio to a pal of mine.

He used his old Tascam HD recorder because it had more mic inputs than his computer interface. he ended up with three vocal tracks, four acoustic guitar tracks ( mics and DI's) and one bass track for each song. These were then popped into Reaper for processing.

A clapperboard was struck at the start of each song take. I used that sound to line up all of the video tracks for each song edit and also to bring in the finished audio mixes.

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