The Audio issues...just incase anyone cares:
All the audio at the "Postoffice" Studio was recorded onto a Zoom F8n Multi-Track Audio Field Recorder...sadly this time - for some reason - the audio was not there after we finished filming! Luckily Henning thought about the possibility of something going wrong and put a backup audio recording system in place which recorded all the audio onto a single stereo track with all the voices on one channel and all the guitars in the other channel of that stereo track - that can then be easily separated and used as two mono tracks. The voices were recorded through a shotgun mic (not sure what mic it was) and the Guitars were a blended signal of the Lewitt Mic as mentioned in the video AND a Two Notes CAB-M Cabinet Simulator. Normally - if the Audio would have been recorded onto the Zoom F8n - we would get two separate audio tracks for the guitar sounds...one track with the mic'ed up Cabinet and the second track with the Two Notes CAB-M and we could blend it whichever way we want...or use one and not the other...etc. As this was the BACKUP recording I only got one mono track with both the Mic and the CAB-M sounds already blended together on it. Normally that would not be a problem at all...the problem was that the people who used the room before us turned the CAB-M OFF for their video and never turned it back ON...and I never checked to make sure it was ON. So...the audio I have is a mono guitar track with the sound of a mic'ed cabinet AND a dry direct amp sound all in one...which sounds HORRIBLE! I applied a speaker IR to the track and a LOT of EQ...which made it sound ok...but still pretty crap! I was originally not going to release these videos but I thought it would be a shame to not show this...so here it is...crappy audio and all - let me know what you think!!