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Postby chris_jones » Fri Dec 01, 2006 2:12 am

Greetings, all:

Discovered Vienna a couple months back while catching up on songwriter news. I'm a finance professional in Manhattan, but record a variety of artists when time allows. I multitracked Vienna's recent gig at the Living Room.

Unsure if such recordings are free to distribute among the list, but I can provide to the group 24-bit / 96 kHz stereo masters for DVD-Audio, 16-bit / 44.1 kHz files for CD audio, and uncompressed original .sd2 files for archival or if someone from Vienna's camp wishes to spend more time mixing / mastering. My mix is quite nice. Sample available here:

http://www.yousendit.com/download/QmyZg ... B5TA%3D%3D

If given permission to distribute to a larger audience, I can upload to archive.org or upload to a server one of you may operate. Taped Sanders Bohlke as well, though I'm less familiar with his material.

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Vienna Teng
16 November 2006
The Living Room
New York, New York

Taper: Christopher Jones <jones>
Source: DMIX

DPA 4022 Compact Cardioid > DB25 8-channel snake > [Confidential] (@ 96 kHz) > Apple Powerbook G4 1 gHz/786MB (w/ Hitachi HK60 7200 RPM Internal HD) > [Confidential] (@ 24-bit/96 kHz)

Stereo Matrix Outs > DPA AO0182 XLR > DB25 8-channel snake > [Confidential] (@ 96 kHz) > Apple Powerbook G4 1 gHz/786MB (w/ Hitachi HK60 7200 RPM Internal HD) > [Confidential] (@ 24-bit/96 kHz)

All tracks mixed in post by Christopher Jones <jones>

Location: Mics ORTF clamped to lip of FOH booth at 6'
HD > .flac: Apple Powerbook G4 1 gHz/786MB (w/ Hitachi HK60 7200 RPM Internal HD) > Apple Power Mac G4 MP800/512MB > Digital Performer 4.52 > Spark XL 2.8 > xACT v1.4b28

Resampled and dithered using T.C. Works' respective highest quality resampling and Ultra-Noiseshaping functions. A 24-bit / 96 kHz version of this recording exists in .flac24.

t01 Introduction 00:56.30
t02 Nothing Without You 04:15.64
t03 Whatever You Want 04:02.46
t04 "The Living Room and The Late Show..." 01:15.00
t05 Gravity 04:18.52
t06 That's Where I'll Be ^ * 05:37.11
t07 Now Three 04:42.71
t08 Pontchartrain 06:03.70
t09 Homecoming (Walter's Song) 06:12.10
t10 Green Island Serenade % 02:39.06
t11 The Atheist Christmas Carol 04:37.04
t12 1 Br / 1 Ba @ 04:25.41
t13 City Hall 06:01.62
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t14 Hope On Fire 03:54.28

59:02.45

^ Brian Webb cover
* Featuring Sanders Bohlke on vocals
% Vienna acapella
@ Featuring Jim Batcho on percussion

Notes:

Executed confidentiality agreement prohibits disclosure of certain components of the recording chain.

Room mics positioned near ventilation duct.

Compiled by Christopher Jones <jones> 29 November 2006.

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Sanders Bohlke
16 November 2006
The Living Room
New York, New York

Taper: Christopher Jones <jones>
Source: DMIX

DPA 4022 Compact Cardioid > DB25 8-channel snake > [Confidential] (@ 96 kHz) > Apple Powerbook G4 1 gHz/786MB (w/ Hitachi HK60 7200 RPM Internal HD) > [Confidential] (@ 24-bit/96 kHz)

Stereo Matrix Outs > DPA AO0182 XLR > DB25 8-channel snake > [Confidential] (@ 96 kHz) > Apple Powerbook G4 1 gHz/786MB (w/ Hitachi HK60 7200 RPM Internal HD) > [Confidential] (@ 24-bit/96 kHz)

All tracks mixed in post by Christopher Jones <jones>

Location: Mics ORTF clamped to lip of FOH booth at 6'
HD > .flac: Apple Powerbook G4 1 gHz/786MB (w/ Hitachi HK60 7200 RPM Internal HD) > Apple Power Mac G4 MP800/512MB > Digital Performer 4.52 > Spark XL 2.8 > xACT v1.4b28

Resampled and dithered using T.C. Works' respective highest quality resampling and Ultra-Noiseshaping functions. A 24-bit / 96 kHz version of this recording exists in .flac24.

t01 Introduction 00:48.74
t02 I'm Gonna Make It [Tentative Title] 05:05.28
t03 Belief [Tentative Title] 04:31.37
t04 Caroline ^ 06:40.23
t05 Cold In The Quiet [Tentative Title] 03:45.42
t06 Where I Belong 06:26.62
t07 Some Kind of Woman 05:50.68
t08 Bring Your Weary Soul to the Alter 05:37.18

38:46.52

^ Featuring Vienna Teng on piano and background vocals

Notes:

Executed confidentiality agreement prohibits disclosure of certain components of the recording chain.

Room mics positioned near ventilation duct.

Compiled by Christopher Jones <jones> 29 November 2006.
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Postby byranbu » Fri Dec 01, 2006 2:41 am

Welcome to the forum Chris, there is always room for one more. I will let others more knowledgeable answer your questions. I do want to say that the sample "Nothing Without You" sounds great, and I hope to hear mmore soon.
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Postby Michele » Fri Dec 01, 2006 5:39 am

Hi Chris, thank you so much for taping Vienna, and for offering to share your high quality recording with us! Please feel free to upload any and all versions to archive.org, I'll be happy to get it approved.

I don't know anything about a distribution policy for Sanders, so someone will have to follow up on that...I'll pass on the bit about the original files to someone from the camp that might be interested.

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Postby Ginny » Fri Dec 01, 2006 3:13 pm

Welcome, Chris! Thanks for taping and offering your recording(s) to the rest of us. :) ~Ginny
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Postby Scot » Sat Dec 02, 2006 9:34 am

Awesome, Chris. Some of us here -cough, ahem me- can't get enough live
recordings, so thanks for doing and posting these. archive.org seems to be
the standard place, as Michele mentioned. Hope to see the whole set there!

I'm getting a bit stoked 'cuz I'm on my way to Oahu tomorrow to hear Dave
Alvin (also a friend of mine) and this will be my first change to try my
new Hi-MD recorderd, in addition to my Neuros. I just have to get the
mangement to let me record .... (Dave's OK with it.)

Thanks!

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Postby Ginny » Sat Dec 02, 2006 4:48 pm

Cool, Scot! How long will it take you to get to Oahu? Be sure to come tell us (or PM me) about the concert, please. ~G
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Postby chris_jones » Mon Dec 04, 2006 4:33 am

Entire set available here:

http://www.archive.org/details/vt2006-11-16.dmix.flac16

I am comfortable with lossy derivations so long as they are kept for personal use (iPods and the like) and not distributed, but defer to whatever policy Vienna has. I'd encourage you to download the .flac files for authoring to CD. Once decoded to .wav or .aiff, they will sound better than the mp3s and other lossy files.

For audiophiles on the list, I can upload or send 24-bit / 96 kHz files for playback on computer or can author DVD-Audio discs for those with playback capability.

Provided the show is set for distribution, please feel free to pass along. I'll do my best to spread among several outlets.

Wasn't able to hit any of the recent NY-area shows, but plan to do Bowery Ballroom in '07 with a full arsenal of gear.

Enjoy.
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Postby byranbu » Mon Dec 04, 2006 4:47 am

Chris, you are awesome, I am listening right now and I love it. Quality is really great. This will hold me over just fine until December 23rd when I get to see her again.
Thank you thank you and thank you.
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Postby ShaynePepper » Mon Dec 04, 2006 9:19 pm

Thanks for the recording!

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Postby Scot » Tue Dec 05, 2006 8:12 am

Chris,

Thanks for the posting, Chris! :>

Ginny- Takes about an hour to get to Honolulu fro Hilo. A bit less in the air, a bit more if you count getting to the airport early, although it's never taken me
more than 5m to get to the gate from checking in in Hilo.

The show was great and a big kick to see Dave and the band on my "home turf" here in Hawaii. My MD microphone got overloaded by the extremely loud
volume, but my Neuros recording came out pretty good, although it ran out of power around the start of the encore (shouldn't have done that, though) - actually, it sounds better than I remember the show sounding live! :> So, I'm learning more
about recording - and one important thing is to have backups!

I'm gearing up for the next VT show I'm fortunate enough to attend....

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Postby sod2002 » Sun Dec 17, 2006 7:13 am

Chris,

Thank you, thank you, thank you! 11/16/06 Living Room is incredible!!!!

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Postby Michele » Wed Jan 24, 2007 7:25 am

I have kept this one in my car for a while, in anticipation of the past weekend. I just wanted to comment and say that Homecoming being played after Pontchartrain makes me tear up every time. Thanks again Chris, and hoping to hear more from you soon ;)

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Postby tanthalas » Wed Jan 24, 2007 8:17 am

Hmm, glad you bumped this thread Michele, I somehow missed this. :P

Starting to listen to the first song right now... it definitely sounds great. Does anyone know why there was no applause at the very beginning for when Vienna went in? It sounded like she just quietly entered the room and started playing.

Of course, the room did go quiet almost immediately when she started playing and singing. :D I guess I'll just have to see what happens when "Nothing Without You" finishes.

On a somewhat related note, I think can finally predict the next song in each concert by the little chords she plays in between songs while talking to the audience (usually immediately at the end of a song). Or rather, maybe I've always been able to do so, but I've only really begun paying attention right now.


Edit: Oh man, this concert is awesome. Thank you so much for the great recording!

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Postby Dreaming Pepper » Wed Jan 24, 2007 3:02 pm

Time to start d'loading... ^_^
Whoa.. I remembered my sign-in information!

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Postby chris_jones » Thu Jan 25, 2007 2:12 am

Glad you enjoyed the recording.

Regrettably work kept me from the Bowery show. Have the Joe's Pub gigs on my calendar. If anything else goes on in New York, drop a heads-up to my personal e-mail and I'll do my best to catch the show and record the set.

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