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Dark Side tour = nahrano ?

Napsal: 29.07.2007 10:39:32
od kuba
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Konecne fotka, ktera potvrzuje moji domnenku :palec:

No ale koneckoncu nic moc nerika a uz vubec nic neslibuje ...

Napsal: 29.07.2007 10:51:02
od fernetti
no ono to může být i tak, že ty pásky můžou být s přednatočenými zvuky, které byly součástí floydovských vystoupení...

anebo taky může jít způsob, jak se pořizovalo klasické SBD roio...

Napsal: 29.07.2007 13:59:46
od kuba
fernetti píše:no ono to může být i tak, že ty pásky můžou být s přednatočenými zvuky, které byly součástí floydovských vystoupení...


Mno, to me napadlo deset minut po tom, co jsem to sem postnul. :?


fernetti píše:anebo taky může jít způsob, jak se pořizovalo klasické SBD roio...


To kazdopadne, do toho magnetaku se zapojil FOH mix a nahravka byla na svete. Spousta kapel takhle porizovala zaznamy pro vlastni potreby, aby slyseli jak hrajou... otazka je jestli je tohle ten pripad.

Napsal: 29.07.2007 14:17:20
od kuba
Sound On Stage number 5, March 1997 píše:Crucial to the "Dark Side Of The Moon" concept, both on record and
live, were the sound effects which included various human voices, a
heartbeat, explosions, the "Money" cash register, and, for "Time", the
(alarming) clocks. Parsons himself recorded the clocks for the album
on an EMI portable quarter-inch tape machine and later fed through the
live quad mix to the astonishment of audiences around the globe. He
says: "We went back to the album multitrack tape to copy those clocks
and other effects for the live shows, and played them through the quad
system on a TEAC four-track deck. For some reason, the board was
miswired inside and instead of playing them through the PA as tracks
1,2,3,4, the board sent them out as 2,4,1,3. I was never able to
remember exactly which order it was, so I always carried a test tape
with me to ensure that the channels were all coming out in the right
place. I had Mick Kluczynski firing up the tape machine and would
give him a nod to hit the play button in the right places. We had a
tape for 'One Of These Days', which included the big, thumping drum
sound and Nick Mason's distorted vocal effect which said, 'One of
these days I'm going to cut you into little pieces." Mick had been
touring with the band almost as long as they had been performing it,
but it seemed he could never fire up the tape in the right place
without a cue from me."

Kluczynski confirms that prior to the four-track TEAC machine, he
had been using a four-track Sony for sound effects. The band later
progressed to eight-track Brennells when, Kluczynski says, "Allen &
Heath ceased to exist for a while as we knew it, and the key personnel
had moved to Brennell, including Nigel Taylor [brother of Allen &
Heath troubleshooter Ivor], who we later poached for our crew."

Napsal: 29.07.2007 14:52:27
od fernetti
no co vím, tak z DSOTM kolují minimálně dva dobré SBD roios: první z earls court (květen 1973) a pak ještě wembley (listopad 1974). určitě těch záznamů, co si pořizovala kapela sama pro sebe, bude víc...

Napsal: 30.07.2007 17:16:18
od kuba
Pripad uzavren:

Sound On Stage number 6, April 1997 píše:"Pink Floyd's 1975 classic "Shine On You Crazy Diamond" was performed
live for the first time in the UK on November 4 1974 at the Usher Hall
in Edinburgh -- the first date of their autumn/winter British tour.
Before the doors opened, the road crew posed for this rare photograph
which also shows the band's second generation Allen & Heath desk,
lighting console, the TEAC four-track tape machine for sound effects,
and the PA stacks with the front quad speakers at the right-hand side
of the circular screen. {List of people pictured: Paul Devine (lights),
Graeme Fleming (Lighting Director), Peter Revell (projectionist),
Coon (intercoms), Bernie Caulder (quad and drum technician), Robbie
Williams, Paul Murray (projectionist), George Merryman (technician),
Mick Kluczynski, Nick Rochford (truck driver), Mick Marshall (lights),
Phil Taylor. "...Rick Wright is seen tinkering on his grand piano."


#-o

Napsal: 30.07.2007 19:51:08
od bery
Ale aspoň moc pěkný popis co na té fotce lze vidět

Napsal: 30.07.2007 22:44:02
od fernetti
kuba píše:Pripad uzavren:

Sound On Stage number 6, April 1997 píše:"Pink Floyd's 1975 classic "Shine On You Crazy Diamond" was performed
live for the first time in the UK on November 4 1974 at the Usher Hall
in Edinburgh -- the first date of their autumn/winter British tour.
Before the doors opened, the road crew posed for this rare photograph
which also shows the band's second generation Allen & Heath desk,
lighting console, the TEAC four-track tape machine for sound effects,
and the PA stacks with the front quad speakers at the right-hand side
of the circular screen. {List of people pictured: Paul Devine (lights),
Graeme Fleming (Lighting Director), Peter Revell (projectionist),
Coon (intercoms), Bernie Caulder (quad and drum technician), Robbie
Williams, Paul Murray (projectionist), George Merryman (technician),
Mick Kluczynski, Nick Rochford (truck driver), Mick Marshall (lights),
Phil Taylor. "...Rick Wright is seen tinkering on his grand piano."


#-o


skvělý úlovek, gratuluji!!!

(toho phila taylora - kterého znám jako jediného z nich - bych netrefil ani omylem)

Re: Dark Side tour = nahrano ?

Napsal: 09.02.2018 21:26:12
od Richard
Je to tak dávno, co se odehrálo Dark Side tour a tak dávno, co vzniklo toto vlákénko...
Tak tedy alespoň jedno malé foto. Při pohledu na něj se pokouším představit si nejen tehdejší atmosféru živého představení,
ale i celá sedmdesátá léta, ve kterých bylo Dark Side vydáno.

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