I have uploaded the 2-DVD "Take Me Out To The Wall Game". If you want it, PM me, as direct links are not allowed in the forum. The links are valid until June 15, 2013.
Zitat von info fileRoger Waters "Take Me Out To The Wall Game" The Wall Live at Wrigley Field Chicago, IL June 8, 2012
Video recorded by Tapehead2 Camera 1 (wide angle) 1280 x 720 (29.976 fps) Camera 2 (hand held) 1920 x 1080 (29.976 fps)
Edited by RonToon
Audio recorded by ravinganddrooling Location: FOB Equipment: DPA 4061's-MPS 6030-Sony M10 Processing: 24/48-Sound Forge-Traders Little Helper-Flac Level 8
Audio recorded by Rick B. Mics: DPA 4022 Recorder: Sound Devices 722 dead center main floor 5 rows in front of mixing desk. 24 bit 96K frequency Sony Sound Forge Pro 10 to track FLAC to you guys
Audio remastered by MOB
Video format: NTSC / 720 x 480 (for widescreen viewing) Audio format: Track 1 = Dolby Digital 5.1 (w/o center speaker), Track 2 = PCM stereo (48k/24 Bit)
DVD ONE: (1 hour 2 minutes)
Spartacus Outside The Wall intro In The Flesh? The Thin Ice Another Brick In The Wall (Part 1) The Happiest Days Of Our Lives Another Brick In The Wall (Part 2) Tribute to Jean Charles de Menezes *Talk* Mother Goodbye Blue Sky Empty Spaces/What Shall We Do Now Young Lust One Of My Turns Don't Leave Me Now Another Brick In The Wall (Part 3)/The Last Few Bricks Goodbye Cruel World
DVD TWO: (58 minutes)
Hey You Is There Anybody Out There? Nobody Home Vera Bring The Boys Back Home Comfortably Numb The Show Must Go On In The Flesh Run Like Hell Waiting For The Worms Stop The Trial Outside the Wall
Band: Roger Waters – Bass Guitar, Lead Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, & Trumpet Graham Broad – Drums, Percussion, Ukelele Dave Kilminster – Guitar, Banjo G. E. Smith – Guitar, Bass Guitar, Mandolin Snowy White – Guitar Jon Carin – Keyboards, Guitar, Lap Steel Guitar Harry Waters – Hammond Organ, Keyboards, Accordion Robbie Wyckoff – Lead Vocals (songs or parts of songs originally sung by David Gilmour) Jon Joyce – backing vocals Kipp Lennon – backing vocals Mark Lennon – backing vocals Pat Lennon – backing vocals
Notes by tapehead2: Well despite a harrowing journey to Wrigley (almost two hours to go nine miles... in desperation paid FIFTY DOLLARS to park... trying to set up at the last minute with my hands shaking), I ended up having a successful evening AND even enjoying the show. From where I was, front row of 400 level about a quarter of the way up the first base line I had a nice view of the wall (other than the scaffolding--that would have been a lot worse had I been directly centered). During the wide wall projections I could simply keep my cam still, take my eyes off the LED and take in the enormity of the Wall. Even though I was pretty far away it was still impressive.
Notes by rontoon: I didn't even know that TH2 was going to be in town to shoot these shows and was surprised and very excited to be able to offer my services again. While this production doesn't quite reach the bar set by "iShoot, iEdit" I still find this up there with the best of HRV's work. Of the 2 cameras used only one was in true HD which means that I was going to work exclusively in SD (720 x 480 widescreen). This gave me the advantage of correcting a lot of the footage since some needed to be tilt-corrected and/or cropped. Even with an experienced hand it is extremely difficult to capture a steady image when fully zoomed in and over 40 individual shots were imported into After Effects and stablized. If you notice a shot suddenly get a bit blurry for a split second this was created by the originally shaky camera movement which I eliminated as much as possible. I also didn't have the advantage of 4 cameras to choose from this time so if you're wondering why I may not be cutting in closer at any given time it's because the footage just wasn't there.
Whereas our previous release was captured at the UC, a much more intimate setting compared to Wrigley Field and features much closer shots, this show offers more of the point of view of the full spectacle. Both releases serve as a nice bookend to the tour.
Notes by MOB: The recording by Rick B (analog4011) had great details in the low frequencies, with bass drums and "musical" bass notes being heard distinctively (on most recordings, the bass notes are hidden by the bass drums and the general boominess, but this was not the case for RB's recording). However, the rough version of RB sounded a bit muddy, due to the frequencies above 1kHz being lower than the rest. After EQ adjustment and careful restoration of the level for frequencies above 1kHz, the recording sounds much better.
It was decided to use RB's recording for the rear channels of the surround mix.
On the other hand, the recording by ravingandrooling was almost perfect, with pristine clarity and deep sound at the same time. Surgical EQ was applied in order to reduce some strident frequencies making the "sss" sounds too aggressive (in the 8kHz-10kHz range), and frequencies around 80Hz needed some level increase in order to balance the bass drums that were too prominent compared to the musical bass notes. The levels at the beginning of In The Flesh needed adjustment, because on the rough source the levels were too low during the first notes, so you missed the "kick-in-your-face" of the first chords.
With the clearer and better sound quality of ravingandrooling's recording, it was obvious to use it for the front channels of the surround mix. It was also used for the stereo PCM audio track.
A BIG THANK YOU to my favorite videographer tapehead2 (great job shooting 2 cameras simultanteously) and my colleague MOB (the audio surpasses our previous release!). And a special thanks to the Pig wranglers for dropping piggy 2 rows behind us. Thanks for the great souvenir guys!