Thomas Dickbauer, the sawmill’s manager, never shies away from inviting new thought provoking and varied guests and artists and we’ve been lucky enough to be booked for the event not for the first time and therefore grow more and more familiar with the location, crew and atmosphere to get the most out of the scenic setup and light situation.
Videos of live performances
There is usually a simple distinction, either a concert is held indoors, or open air, Schlierbach OÖ’s annual Jazz im Hoizwerk concert however, is neither and both. Under the roof of the Dickbauer sawmill’s wood storage hall both Jazz performances and lectures on wood-relevant subjects are held in the storm-proof facilities – that year was indeed accompanied by power-outage level tempests – while personell, sound technical equipment and emergency power supply was in cooperation provided by the dedicated organizers of the rock im dorf festival.
When a band is confronted with the challenge of demonstrating their stage performance to a potential festival organizer or host of a bigger party, it is much easier to do, by sending a simple video. For matters like this, we produced a music video, with the feeling and looks of a performance on stage, abstracted from the usual audience and colored spotlights, of a real stage-performance. This way we got a gig-like impression for this sort of music video of redkin’s inspiring song “Reach For The Stars” while showing how their members present themselves on stage.
Every member was carefully filmed multiple times, throughout the whole song – in Post-Production, synchronzised with the specific timecode and intercut with the others. This video is part of the band’s well thought-through concept of released content besides more narrative and impressionistic music-video productions.