This would be another video that I have to start by apologizing for.
At this stage of the concert, I was still trying to conserve battery life on my camera and space on my SD cards. Thus, I was only trying to get a few solid cuts from various angles. And I think I did, but then everything between them is practically unwatchable. Again, I was planning to edit those out originally and just make one compilation video with a little of everyone. This is probably better, on some level. You get more of the show, at any rate.
This set, with makingthenoise helping out with some music-reactive visuals, concluded an amazing night of performances.
(By this point, the battery on my camera had actually died, so we're plugged into an outlet that doesn't quite reach where I"m standing. Performers and event organizers graciously climbed over my cabling nuisance as they passed back and forth, and for whatever reason, did not punch me in the head.)
For the technically minded, the visuals are discussed in the following two videos:
Here, mtn shows us how he's able to synch up his music and visuals, using a few custom M4L devices. These devices send note/control values from MIDI clips in Ableton over to a dedicated video machine, which in turn controls video parameters based on those values.