Originally posted by jheath:Finally got round to uploading this today. The music is mixed and remastered from the Setanta Sports broadcasted audio. This way we don't have the BBC presenters talking over U2 and the crowd.
Enjoy. [YouTube Video]
I did it months ago, probably in the spring, so I can't remember exactly, but I'll take a look at my original audio project on an external hd tomorrow. I use Logic proX,Ozone and lots of plug-ins on projects all the time, so without looking I'm struggling to recall tbh. I'll let you know later.
So I took the BBC red button version, which I found on an old dvd rip I did. Merged that intro over the Jo Wiley intro on the video. It looks like I added a bit of gain with some limiting. I remember the red button volume was really quiet. Also edited the crowd to keep it at a constant volume to avoid the drops at places like the start of Found e.t.c.
My original audio/Logic project I made with the Space Oddity intro (taken from one of the streamed gigs and the Bowie studio version) I can't find but I hope this info helps.
"Singing ‘hold me close, hold me close and don’t let me go, like I’m someone that you might know’ is a vulnerable thing to say to an audience."
- Bono before singing Iris (Hold Me Close) live, 2015
did you know
The album Songs of Innocence used to start with 'This Is Where You Can Reach Me,' which was always supposed to be the first song. U2 then changed this to Raised by Wolves, but ultimately decided to "put the songs first", just like on Joshua Tree.