These are the isolated tracks of all the choirs, plus Joe's vocal and instruments (guitar / piano), along with appropriate click tracks to keep in sync with both the picture, as well as with ppeppina's track.
In order to keep things tidy, I've laid these tracks out as a SINGLE STEREO FILE for each show, which includes everything...Only, it's not actually "stereo"; Instead, the left side and right side are two individual mono tracks, so they're discrete elements, in sync with each other. Split them into two mono's to separate them. The format for each show is:
LEFT:Joe Guitar, then click
RIGHT:Joe Vox, then choir vox
120 BPM, 3/4 time.
In each case, there's a two-bar lead in count before Joe starts; Then you'll hear Joe's individual tracks; Then, you will NOT hear the loop we engaged live (insert boring technical explanation about 'why' here), but you'll hear it bleeding into the vocal mic. You'll then hear the choir grow around the mic, and finally, the choir.
In the case of the Duke and Rhode Island shows, the loops didn't engage correctly on the stage when I hit the button : ( In the case of the Duke show, it resulted in the choir basically "winging it" without being in sync with the click, as you'll hear. Still usable in a cut-and-paste way though, so...have at it! In the case of the Rhode Island show, I eventually did some sorcery in the show audio mix in order to keep things musical, but I didn't touch the tracks you'll hear here. In ANY case, everything you hear on these tracks will line up in perfect sync with any piece of continuous footage from the respective shows.
The Cornell Show was unique in that we pitched the original track up by a half-step to C maj. Plus, Joe played piano instead of guitar on that one. And so, that show is in a separate folder with separate tracks to make up the whole...Couldn't fit it into the above format, cuz the piano was recorded in (glorious) stereo with a pair of great Neumann mics, and I wasn't going to collapse it to mono just for the sake of tidyness. I then included all tracks with pitch correction back down to B maj, so they can be used with the rest of the RECords from the collab and tour RECordings; As you might expect, the sonics suffer a bit, particularly the piano.
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