Live Video Production and Recording
Author: Roland Systems Group Features Team
Have you wanted to produce and record a live show? Or, have you ever wondered what it would be like to producing and recording a live show for DVD? Watch this exclusive behind the scenes video from the production crew who put together the Gino Vannelli Live from LA DVD. The Roland V-Mixing System uses the REAC protocol a low latency Ethernet digital audio protocol that integrates Digital Mixing, Monitor Mixing, Multi-channel Recording, and personal mixing all on one network. This integrated digital audio transport system allows you to mix and record a live show!
Gino Vannelli Live from LA…
This exclusive behind the scenes video interviews Ross Vannelli, Gino’s brother and production manager, Matt Greco, Monitor Engineer, and Nick Moon, Recording Engineer. The “Gino Vannelli Live in LA” DVD was produced from the performance at the Saban Theater in Beverly Hills, California on November 8th. Vannelli describes how each part of the V-Mixing System integrates from console to snakes, splits, multi-channel recording, monitoring and personal mixing. The REAC low latency two-way audio communication and transport protocol allows component in the system to seamlessly communicate with each other.
Ross mixed at FOH using the Roland M-480 console with inputs from an S-4000-3208 digital snake. A split also fed the monitoring system where Matt Greco, monitor engineer, used the Roland M-380 digital console to control both IEMs for Gino and other frontline musicians and M-48 personal mixers for the rest of the band. Nick Moon, recording engineering, took splits off of the S-4000D REAC Distributor directly to two R-1000 Multi-Channel Recorders to capture all of the live audio channels redundantly. Moon was responsible for mixing and mastering the live concert in both stereo and 5.1 surround for the DVD.
For more information, please visit V-MixingSystem.com.