Recording with crowd noise

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Re: Recording with crowd noise

Post by wax works » Thu Aug 08, 2013 5:13 pm

just to give the set more life and to make it feel live.

otherwise it just sounds like the same as a mix from the house/studio


I don't really want people to feel like they are there, more that they wish they were.

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Re: Recording with crowd noise

Post by R40UL » Thu Aug 08, 2013 8:10 pm

I like hearing peoples reactions to the tracks in sets. Nothing hipster about that.

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Re: Recording with crowd noise

Post by John Clees » Sun Aug 11, 2013 8:33 am

wax works wrote:just to give the set more life and to make it feel live.

otherwise it just sounds like the same as a mix from the house/studio
I understand completely. so no need for a line in... what I posted should work.
basic field recorder should be just what you need..

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Re: Recording with crowd noise

Post by John Clees » Mon Aug 12, 2013 3:02 am

roland wrote:the dr-08 is 80$ in the u.s. ?? da fuq, here it costs €100 ...

if you can john, pls explain how :D
not sure if you can... great question for the sales guy...lol..
after the above post.. its more clear what he wanted.. just something with sound & crowd noise..
that is what I assumed from the start. Not sure if it would be possible... if it was, I'm sure you getting into the $200 range + Im sure... even then it may not be possible. that's like Sound Fordge recording two things at once on different channels. . It's a stretch if you ask me but then again some of those are also some of the newest new technology.

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Re: Recording with crowd noise

Post by apanell » Thu Aug 15, 2013 5:20 pm

i like when you listen to sets on line and can hear the audience.

it's a little like the 'canned laughter' on american sitcoms to me, or at least it works in the same way.

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Re: Recording with crowd noise

Post by John Clees » Fri Aug 16, 2013 1:25 am

apanell wrote:i like when you listen to sets on line and can hear the audience.

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when done properly or balanced it's amazing.. typically most I've heard have shitty sound quality to the music.. * cue wighnomy brothers set that has over 4000 views...lol

wighnomy brothers - live dj set at club zooma - plauen - [16.02.2007]

I can put this back on my server I suppose.. did a few searches and nothing's coming up..
on here anyways..


5 hrs 50 mins...

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Re: Recording with crowd noise

Post by JackNine » Fri Aug 30, 2013 12:05 am

John listed the best one. That WB set is really legendary.

Another great example is Sven Vath @ Boiler Room Berlin: http://boilerroom.tv/sven-vath-120-min-mix/

One of the best musical journeys I've heard in a long time—all vinyl, amazing—with just the right amount of crowd noise and even then only in certain spots.

I'm playing this one right now on my new Genelec 1037's and the studio is shaking (in a good way). Papa Sven still rocking out. There's nothing quite like two great records competing for energy with the crowd coming through here and there.

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Re: Recording with crowd noise

Post by John Clees » Fri Aug 30, 2013 6:44 am

thanks for the referral.. curious to check it out..

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