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David Frangioni Relies on VENUE & Pro Tools to Capture That Old Time Rock and Roll

David Frangioni (left) and Brad Divens at FOH during Seger's run at the Palace of Auburn Hils

 

Pro Sound Network recently published a nice overview of Audio One owner and engineer David Frangioni's VENUE based workflow as he recorded three sold-out Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band shows at Detroit’s Palace of Auburn Hills.


“When I got the call to record the live shows in Detroit, it was a great moment, because I grew up listening to Bob’s music, “says Frangioni. “Recording a Bob Seger live show is somewhat like recording a religious event, with the audience singing along to every chant and chorus. It really puts you in the moment, and I was focused on capturing that energy.”


Frangioni used an Avid Pro Tools HD2 rig interfaced to an Avid Venue D-Show console to capture up to 64 simultaneous tracks, and they recorded continuously for four hours a night, three nights in a row. How did it all go? According to Frangioni, "it all went smoothly, without incident." Like a rock, indeed.


Read all about it here.

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