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Foodstock 2014

Postby foolomon » Mon Mar 10, 2014 7:22 pm

Some of you may remember a discussion I posted back in December (or maybe early January) about holding a music festival on behalf of Sound of Humanity that would benefit underprivileged families in the NJ area. I've reached out to a number of you in the greater NYC metro area and have received great responses / support for this endeavor, but now I think I can expand this to make it a truly global event.

To recap some specifics:

1. We're having 10 musical acts, including our very own Mark Petruzzi and Tom Zartler, play 30 minutes each with a 15 minute setup/tear down between acts.

2. Price of admission will be 64 oz of canned goods per person, all of which to be given to Community Foodbank of NJ, a highly rated 501(c)3 charity that works with over 400 food banks in northern and central NJ.

3. The event will hopefully be simulcast over the Internet via HomeGrownRadioNJ.org (subject to whether I can get Verizon to pony up free 4G Internet connectivity from the venue).

The date is August 30 from 11am - 6:30pm EDT.

The thought that just came to me after a humorous comment I made to Sav on Facebook is this: in between acts, I will need music for when I'm not waxing philosophical on the next act to perform. Why not, then, play music from the people here on the forum?

Since this is a benefit "concert," I'd like the music to be positive in it's general attitude, either in the feeling you get when you hear the music or in the lyrics. Interested? Reply in here only. Do not reply on the Sound of Humanity page on Facebook, because we're keeping tight control on the release of information until the PR campaign gets in full swing.

I'm not guaranteeing that your music will get played, unfortunately. I'm still working out the logistics with the municipality where the event will be held (Roxbury, NJ), but I'm 99% confident that I can make this work. This is a great chance for people "across the pong" and elsewhere to be a part of this in its inaugural year without actually being here. And, of course, I'd love to have your music played since I know how much incredible talent we have here on the board.

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Re: Foodstock 2014

Postby foolomon » Mon Mar 10, 2014 7:25 pm

I'm already volunteering Glyn's song Hunger from the Musicians for Haiti precursor to Sound of Humanity because it's so damn appropriate.
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Re: Foodstock 2014

Postby Strophoid » Mon Mar 10, 2014 9:06 pm

Great idea, good luck with the festival!
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Re: Foodstock 2014

Postby Glyn Powell » Mon Mar 10, 2014 10:12 pm

foolomon wrote:I'm already volunteering Glyn's song Hunger from the Musicians for Haiti precursor to Sound of Humanity because it's so damn appropriate.


HI Larry.

'King A, and anything else you need from me.

Let's talk further on Skype.

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Re: Foodstock 2014

Postby foolomon » Mon Mar 10, 2014 10:22 pm

Glyn,

Will do. I'm in transit for business at the moment - greetings from Charlotte, NC! - but will reach out to you later in the week.
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Re: Foodstock 2014

Postby foolomon » Mon Mar 10, 2014 10:25 pm

Strophoid wrote:Great idea, good luck with the festival!
I'm amazed by your devotion to these kinds of things, quite inspiring ;)


Thanks for the moral support! The amount of effort required to do this is bigger than I could ever expend on my own. I'm fortunate enough to have an awesome support staff already working with me. The great thing is that we are fairly certain this will be "cost neutral," i.e. we'll be able to raise enough funds from sponsorships and vendors that it won't cost anything.

I have two professional photographers that will be cataloging the event, or I did the last time I checked :lol: , so there should be some good pictures to share with the forum here after it's over.
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Re: Foodstock 2014

Postby NorthWood MediaWorks » Tue Mar 11, 2014 6:11 pm

Hi Larry, great idea, and one comment.. why not use some of the material from the albums we've already created, or were you thinking that already, or conversely, wanting new material? What about instrumentals??? I've a bucket load of things laying about.
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Re: Foodstock 2014

Postby foolomon » Tue Mar 11, 2014 10:19 pm

NorthWood MediaWorks wrote:Hi Larry, great idea, and one comment.. why not use some of the material from the albums we've already created, or were you thinking that already, or conversely, wanting new material? What about instrumentals??? I've a bucket load of things laying about.


I have thought of using "old" material. But I wanted to give people a chance to get some music out there even if it will be anonymous during the event itself. After the event, however, we could - and I'm making this up as I type it - promote the "in between music" on the Sound of Humanity Facebook page. Since I imagine we'll get a lot of new Like's during and after the event, that should translate to more people hearing your music.

So old or new, it doesn't matter.

Going along with this thought of promoting it after the fact on Facebook, I would like a link to the Band Camp, Reverb Nation, CD Baby, etc. site where the song can be found if people are interested. Keep that in mind going forward.
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Re: Foodstock 2014

Postby foolomon » Sun Apr 06, 2014 8:55 pm

Bumping this thread.

So looking at the 3 albums that were released under the Sound of Humanity name, we have 22 tracks at our disposal. Six of those are from acts that will be playing at the festival, which leaves 16 tracks total.

Given that we are targeting 15 minutes in between acts and some of that time will be used by me to introduce the next act and thank a few more of the sponsors, that leaves time for 2 songs (assuming 3 minutes average length) times 9 breaks plus 10 songs at the end to provide something while people retreat to their cars to go home. Total is 28 tracks minus the 16 tracks we have means that I'm looking for 12 tracks total.

If anyone is interested in submitting tracks, I'd like them submitted by July 1. Preferably I'd like 2 from each artist so that a) we have some flexibility and b) just in case we don't get enough artists here submitting stuff.

Please send me a PM here with your email address. I'll create a folder on Box for these and give you access so that you can upload the 192kbps or higher MP3 into that folder.
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Re: Foodstock 2014

Postby Strophoid » Sun Apr 06, 2014 11:07 pm

Oh cool you plan on playing all the previous tracks as well, nice!
I don't think I've got something that suits the event very well, my own tracks are instrumental electronic and what I've recorded from other artists is either very minimalistic or in Dutch.
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Re: Foodstock 2014

Postby NorthWood MediaWorks » Mon Apr 07, 2014 1:34 pm

Count me in on some level Larry. You can either take one of my contributions so far, or I will dig something out of the archives. 8-)
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Re: Foodstock 2014

Postby foolomon » Mon Apr 07, 2014 7:29 pm

I have no preset notion in mind for what type of music is suitable. All I ask is that any lyrics are family friendly, i.e. no adult topics and keep the expletives to a minimum. So techno is fine as well. And thanks Robin. :D

By the way, the choice to use the previously released stuff is more of a brand management thing, i.e. in spite of the fact that we (Sound of Humanity) are partnering with the local municipality and the local arts group (and, as such, I have to list them as partners in the event) I do not want anyone to forget that we are the ones responsible for this event. I'm hoping that this will help us considerably for future endeavors (esp. in getting media coverage) and will also help us expand Foodstock to be an annual thing that can grow to eventually (my hope!) include subsidizing the travel cost of international act(s) to play live.

I can easily see, as an intermediary step, having a decent midrange video / audio setup somewhere in a studio in the U.K., Europe, etc. and have it streamed live to a large projection screen on the stage next year. :D :D :D
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Re: Foodstock 2014

Postby Woodcrest Studio » Tue Apr 08, 2014 1:14 pm

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Re: Foodstock 2014

Postby BriHar » Tue Apr 08, 2014 4:46 pm

Woodcrest Studio wrote:... Subscribing to this thread.

Exactly how do you do that? I've never found a command for it.
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Re: Foodstock 2014

Postby Woodcrest Studio » Tue Apr 08, 2014 5:12 pm

If I post to the thread, my profile subscribes me.
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Re: Foodstock 2014

Postby BriHar » Wed Apr 09, 2014 8:31 am

Hmm, I thought this feature wasn't implemented - in User Control Panel, the 'Manage Subscriptions' is always empty.
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Re: Foodstock 2014

Postby foolomon » Thu Jul 03, 2014 5:15 pm

Quick update on the festival itself:

  • Details continue to be finalized.
  • First Press Release went out last week to various local and regional media outlets.
  • Back line equipment was finalized, and I'm quite happy with it. (See below.)
  • I have 9 of the 10 band slots filled - the band Lenny is playing with can't make it - and I'm actively contacting others to see who I can get to fill that spot.
  • I will start collecting the songs from the forum members in the coming two weeks to be used in between acts as per above, from the various Sound of Humanity and Musicians for Haiti albums.

The back line, which has been donated by both School of Rock in Randolph, NJ as well as my personal friend Matt Mead, who was on the Sound of Humanity Sandy Relief effort, 2nd album.

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Snare (size unknown)
22" x 18" kick
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Soultone hi-hat (size unknown), crash, ride

It is assumed that all drummers will most likely bring their own cymbals and snare.

Mics
Shure SM58 (vocals)
Sennheiser 609 (guitar amps)
Shure Beta 52 (bass)
Shure SM57 (snare)
AKG D112 (kick)
AKG C1000S (drum overheads)

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Direct In boxes (3)

PA and Board
The PA (5,500W) has 4 separate monitor busses with wedges. It also has mains and subwoofers.
I don't have the information on the board or mic preamps at this time, but it is a 32 channel board with outboard sound processing gear (mic pre's, reverb, etc.) and a 150 foot snake.
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Re: Foodstock 2014

Postby Woodcrest Studio » Thu Jul 03, 2014 11:31 pm

Larry, can you send me the promo info, or links? Also, time slot for my band?
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Re: Foodstock 2014

Postby foolomon » Fri Jul 04, 2014 3:03 pm

Time slots are being finalized now, actually.

I'll post something in the Prep FB group, although you can repost the press release from the public FB page:

http://www.facebook.com/Foodstock2014RoxburyNJ

Can you please remind me the name of your band? :( Also, would you want a timeslot earlier or later in the day? If you did earlier then you could play a gig that night if you're ballsy.
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Re: Foodstock 2014

Postby NorthWood MediaWorks » Fri Jul 04, 2014 6:20 pm

phpBB does have a subscription engine, but it appears to not be implemented here. Might have been because of the huge subscriber base and the amount of mail traffic it would create.

There is the "notify when a reply is posted" option at the bottom of the editor when you are creating your post, that should work in a similar way.
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Re: Foodstock 2014

Postby foolomon » Sat Jul 19, 2014 12:12 am

More updates to come soon, next week perhaps. In the meantime...

‘Foodstock 2014’ concert coming to Roxbury

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Re: Foodstock 2014

Postby foolomon » Wed Jul 23, 2014 11:01 pm

Latest update:

We have accumulated nearly $1,000 in sponsorship money.

Everything that we need has been donated, save for t-shirts for the approximately 65 volunteers that we will have for 3 shifts of 2 hours each. We have been quoted $8-9 per shirt.

A decent portion of the balance of the funds will be used to boost posts on Facebook. According to Tom Zartler, this is quite effective to get visibility as he has done it himself to get people to view the events for when his band plays a gig.

We reduced the number of bands to 8, with each band playing for 40 minutes instead of 30. The schedule is:

School of Rock Band (11:15 AM - 11:55 AM)
Silent Q (12:10 PM - 12:50 PM)
Under a Ton (1:05 PM - 1:45 PM)
The Bent Benjamins (2:00 PM - 2:40 PM)
The Matt Mead Band (2:55 PM - 3:35 PM)
Iridesense (3:50 PM - 4:30 PM)
Nicola (4:45 PM - 5:25 PM)
Outer Bridge Crossing (5:40 PM - 6:20 PM)

Matt Mead got us a drum riser, donated by PanAVid. They are a professional event equipment supplier.

I will be putting together a playlist of 2h of music from the first two Haiti albums, the two Sandy albums, the Typhoon Haiyan singles that we released. If that's still not enough then I'll pick a few others from the SoH members that they have distributed over the years.

We are confirmed for having a merchandising table on location for each of the artists. We appreciate the fact that they are donating their time for the event, but if they can make a buck or two selling CDs then that helps them out too.

We also have confirmed some activities for the kids. This is a new development, and it started because we are trying to prevent people from leaving if the kids get bored. Bwahahahaha

I was Skype'ing with Glyn yesterday, and he offered to record an introduction that could be played over the PA to show that Sound of Humanity is indeed a global organization and even though many of you won't be there physically it's not like you haven't been involved. I love the idea, but would like to take it a step beyond this: I have written a script that I'd like several people involved in the recording of. Each person will say a phrase here and there, and I'll put it together in a Cubase project to make it sound like a TV commercial. This will be our intro.

The people I'd like to participate were chosen based on their location. The script will start with people local to Roxbury, NJ and will expand all the way out to Ian in New Zealand. If the audience hasn't figured out that we're serious when we say "global" then all hope is lost. :lol: I will reach out to you all individually (on Facebook most likely), but the people are: Glyn Powell, Ian Rushton, Kim Christiansen, me, Lenny Lee, Mark Petruzzi, Matt Mead, Nicola Vasquez, Robin Hare, Tara Eberle-Drouin, Tom Zartler, and Wim Koopman. Matt, Nicola and Tara are not in this forum so I will contact them separately.
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Re: Foodstock 2014

Postby OnkelGrusom » Wed Jul 23, 2014 11:11 pm

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Re: Foodstock 2014

Postby foolomon » Sat Jul 26, 2014 2:38 pm

If someone has Robin Hare's email address, please email it to the Sound of Humanity mailbox: humanusic@yahoo.com
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Re: Foodstock 2014

Postby foolomon » Sun Jul 27, 2014 8:29 pm

Here is a rough demo of the Introduction as I see it:

Introduction

During the narration I am doing everyone's voices. In reality, everyone would get a separate phrase of their own.
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Software: Cubase 6.5; Komplete 9; Melodyne Editor; various VSTs from Blue Cat Audio, FabFilter, Native Instruments, Sound Toys, and Variety of Sound

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