Atom Heart Mother played at an ancient Roman Amphitheatre

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psst
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Here's my band Pink Tones playing at Segobriga's Roman Amphitheatre.
We used Ardour to mix the tracks, although, magically, we didn't have to do anything.
Actually we only put a high pass filter in the female voice, some delay in that voice, and that's it. No EQ or comp or anything in any other tracks.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VtldnhbjmEs

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Can I ask if you also used Ardour for recording?

Certainly does look like a very wonderful day was had by everyone.

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No, but not for any particular reason other that the guy that recorded it used another program.
We used Ardour several times for recording and absolutely no problem. Fantastic program.

Here's a photo with everyone in the end of the day that show how wonderful and good vibes was all of it :-)

http://s14.postimg.org/5i4lz45c1/segobriga_team.jpg

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Hi,

Super cool! love the original Pompeii film so what a interesting idea since you guys are such a great tribute band... Speaking of 'Pink Tones' looks like a few of the orchestra players are getting a sunburn from being out of the concert hall and in the sun for so long :)

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Glad you liked!
We all got really burned that incredible day, correct! :-D
Specilly the girl in the Orchestra and one of the trumpet players.
But it was so worthy