Both the video and audio are a "best of" of the 6 passes I did. I used two cameras for each pass, with mostly different angles. I'd rather have just pulled the audio from one perfect take, but there weren't any of those.. this medley is akin to an Olympic gymnastics routine, in that it's tough to nail every element 10/10 every time. So, no "punching in" per-se, and all of the transitions from part-to-part are honest. For the really difficult bits, I've done my best to match the video take to the audio take in the final cut, but I've also chosen a lot of what I thought were the best angles, too. If you spot a place where what you're seeing doesn't exactly match what you're hearing, you'll just have to deal with the disappointment, as I can't be arsed to open this premiere session back up!
Anyway, in the spirit of the Nutri-Matic Drink Synthesizer, "share and enjoy". :)
The songs these excerpts come from can be found on either the Twenty Twelve or Sucker Punch albums, available at www.cdbaby.com/artist/hajiskitchen
Dingwall Afterburner IIIx HS
Channel one: BSS audio AR133 direct box into an Avalon 737sp into a ProTools MBox. Waves audiotrack and maxxbass in post.
Channel two: AR133 link out to a Korg pitchblack tuner pedal, Electro Harmonix Black Finger compressor and a Darkglass Electronics B7K into the MBox.
Face Down 3:00-3:53
Day After Day 3:53-4:26
Derek Blakley - Dingwall Guitars - Haji's Kitchen Medley Bass Playthrough