[quote author=Dingboy link=board=tv-film;num=1043190555;start=15#22 date=03/31/06 at 03:44:54]<br><br>http://www.euphonix.com/news/reviews/frank_filipetti_06_01.htm
<br><br>Could this be the infamous "Roxy DVD"?! :o<br><br>Please, please, please, please..... [/quote]<br><br>There are several possibilities here in both DVD and Audio formats but to answer your question Could this be the infamous "Roxy DVD?
<br><br>From what I am reading I would have to say that is A BIG NO.
<br><br>It could be that Frank Filipetti or some other producer will work on The ROXY DVD but that could be a differnet invite of what would be a different project for it just is not being specifically talked about here. A Work In Progess can always change though.<br><br>Gail Zappa talks about Frank Filipetti working on a Surround sound DVD of the 1974 KCET-TV concert that is seperate from A Token Of His Extreme
production or The ROXY material. It could contain some of A Token Of His Extreme
performances but it seems larger in scale and a totally different production.<br> <br>The ROXY performances took place in 1973 at The Roxy and not in 1974 at KCET-TV Studios. <br><br>The A Token Of His Extreme
release in DVD format will get released as aired and this would be in addition to what Frank Filipetti is working on.<br><br>Frank Filipetti talks about working with Nuendo Transfers that Joe Travers made from 2 shows. It appears this production will not only be sonically different as having surround sound but could be of a larger scope of material that was produced in the 57 minute A Token of His Extreme
production pulled from the same show(s). <br><br>I would imagine the initial tapes of these two shows do not include the BB animation and would not be added to what Filipetti is working on. The A Token Of His Extreme
has it and this could very well be the concert experience sans animation that you are looking for. <br><br>It's great to hear such well known producers who never had a chance to work with Frank getting an invitation to work on Frank's material.<br><br><br>Frank Filipetti<br>The Zappa concert took place over two nights and totaled 16 Nuendo sessions (tape reels). By being able to open multiple sessions, I could work with each night’s material in the same session, determine which performances I wanted to use, and then compile a master without having to import tracks from each individual session as I would with ProTools.”<br>