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The Crowd Noise from Concert for Bangladesh is on how many Live Albums?

grateful.ed

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Were there Mics hanging over the crowd at MSG?

I was talking to a few guys between their sets the other night and they talking about this show and how the crowd noise was spliced into live albums back in the 70's/80's.

Who's got Facts/Rumours/Ripoffs?
 

evildik

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Don't know about that one, but if you are familiar with Queensryche's Operation Mindcrime, at the beginning they use what must be a stock go to sound bite for a hospital scene. I've heard "Dr. Davis, telephone please." followed by "Dr. Hamilton, Dr. J. Hamilton" come over the intercom in countless tv shows & movies. Pay attention the next time you're watching a hospital scene. I swear it pops up in at lest 30% of them.
 

stevel

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Don't know about that one, but if you are familiar with Queensryche's Operation Mindcrime, at the beginning they use what must be a stock go to sound bite for a hospital scene. I've heard "Dr. Davis, telephone please." followed by "Dr. Hamilton, Dr. J. Hamilton" come over the intercom in countless tv shows & movies. Pay attention the next time you're watching a hospital scene. I swear it pops up in at lest 30% of them.
I did hear that once in a TV show or Movie in a hospital setting and was thrilled with myself for recognizing it.

Look up "Castle Thunder" for some interesting trivia on the use and re-use of sounds.

Steve
 
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The last couple of minutes of cheap trick at budokan is like two solid minutes of the crowd screaming and nothing else. An early band I was in used that bit for a fake live gig recording.
 

B Money

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I stole the crowd noise from "Ruin Johnnys Bahmitzvah" by Me First & The Gimme Gimmes. Used it to make a fake live recording band demo. If you want the sounds of crowd murmuring, clinking glasses, and shuffling feet, this is a great source. Theres like a solid 5 minutes of nothing but the open mics recording a room of people milling about. Its bizzare.
 

michael patrick

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Don't know about that one, but if you are familiar with Queensryche's Operation Mindcrime, at the beginning they use what must be a stock go to sound bite for a hospital scene. I've heard "Dr. Davis, telephone please." followed by "Dr. Hamilton, Dr. J. Hamilton" come over the intercom in countless tv shows & movies. Pay attention the next time you're watching a hospital scene. I swear it pops up in at lest 30% of them.
It should have been "Dr. Howard! Dr. Fine! Dr. Howard!" :rotflmao
 




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