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Postby TomiT14 on Sun Jul 05, 2015 11:01 pm

SumGeek wrote:Image

Here is the set list from the first show.


Wow! Summer, Handle This and Angels With Dirty Faces??? :ohshiz:

So awesome!
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Re: Deryck Whibley and the Happiness Machines???

Postby tillfinalimpact on Sun Jul 05, 2015 11:57 pm

Hey Deryck,
Another gear question:
You start using the kemper amp live now? And how do you remember the sounds from
All Killer or Half Hour Of Power to record the profiles,
Do you plan on putting them all online?
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Re: Deryck Whibley and the Happiness Machines???

Postby Andros on Mon Jul 06, 2015 3:29 am

Hey D, a question about the new album this is probably a question out of place, how much do you think that the process of recording the new album has advanced? We will have something by the end of the year?

UPDATE!

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Re: Deryck Whibley and the Happiness Machines???

Postby MachineGun on Mon Jul 06, 2015 1:00 pm

Live in San Diego 7-5-15

Summer & Handle This


Motivation


No Reason


We're All To Blame


Welcome To Hell


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Re: Deryck Whibley and the Happiness Machines???

Postby Sickore on Mon Jul 06, 2015 8:46 pm

I'm just going through all those videos and it makes me feel... I don't know. Kind of emotional. In one sec, only by looking at D. on stage, I just remembered why I fell in love with Sum 41 in the first place. Awesome. I'm so happy that slowly, slightly everything is getting back to normal now. At some point I thought that I probably wasted my only chance of ever seeing Sum 41 live when I couldn't make it in 2010 in Poland, but... who knows now?

Fingers crossed for all your plans, Deryck. The energy is certainly there and that's a very good start. Can't wait for new music. Take care!
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Re: Deryck Whibley and the Happiness Machines???

Postby Mr. Biz on Mon Jul 06, 2015 10:03 pm

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Mr. Biz wrote:
SumGeek wrote:Image

Here is the set list from the first show.

I really like what I'm seeing with those picks. (Summer, Handle This, No Reason, ect. Just wish it had a little more SBM tracks that didn't get as much play as they deserved the last time! i.e.: Reason to Believe, Blood in My Eyes, Baby You Don't Wanna Know. Time For You To Go is a personal favourite so it'd be interesting to see it played for the first time. Maybe one day!) Is it not subject to change at all for the next few following shows, Deryck? Just wondering, although, I know it's just a little warm up. From what I can tell though, it looks like a good time had by all. I wish California was closer, but I have hopes you'll return to Ontario soon! I know the excitement and turnout over these shows will have you feeling like you can get up there and do this every night again!



i would have loved to play some more songs. but the reality is i'm in the middle of writing and recording for the new sum 41 album and we only had 3 rehearsals to learn about 19-20 songs. there's about 3 in the medley. we're going to try some other songs in the short sound check that we have at the casbah tonight. so it might change a bit tonight. once sum 41 gets back up and touring, set lists will start to change more. i have some ideas to play songs that we haven't really played in a while. i'm looking forward to it. and yes the point of these shows was to just get back in the groove of playing and see how i feel playing a full set of songs. it's like running a marathon. i got train a little bit first.


Oh, I totally get it; these solo shows really crept up so quickly, and before you know it, you'll be hitting the APMAs stage! I just wasn't sure if out of those 19-20 songs you rehearsed some that were going to be played on another night. Watching some footage, it's like you never left the stage. Your resilience continues to impress me. And I look forward to what you have in mind for the upcoming Sum 41 shows!


well thank you very much!! shows have been really fun despite me being so fucking sick! today's my rest day before the LA show. and i feel like i'm getting even sicker now! such a bummer. reading your comments makes my day feel brighter. thank you
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Re: Deryck Whibley and the Happiness Machines???

Postby Mr. Biz on Mon Jul 06, 2015 10:10 pm

tillfinalimpact wrote:Hey Deryck,
Another gear question:
You start using the kemper amp live now? And how do you remember the sounds from
All Killer or Half Hour Of Power to record the profiles,
Do you plan on putting them all online?



well a few ways. one i have a very good memory, surprisingly. 2, for some of the stuff i took meticulous notes on amps and settings etc. 3, on a lot of the records i would usually record a DI guitar along with the amplified track. so i have the performance recorded on 2 separate tracks. so to recall the exact same sound later is simple. all i have to do is run the DI signal to the same amps and match the settings and A/B against the recorded guitar takes from the albums. and you can do that all in real time. switching back and forth between the new and old sound. once i match it exactly to what's on the old albums i save it in the kemper. instant time warp!

and yes i have thought about doing a download web site for all my sounds. there's a lot. and i've looked into it. i just need a few weeks of solid profiling time to do it. and right now i don't have that time. but i will try eventually and hopefully soon.
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Re: Deryck Whibley and the Happiness Machines???

Postby Mr. Biz on Mon Jul 06, 2015 10:17 pm

Andros wrote:Hey D, a question about the new album this is probably a question out of place, how much do you think that the process of recording the new album has advanced? We will have something by the end of the year?

well the process always changes. it's different every album. as time goes on and i get better and faster at recording, it gets harder sometimes to redo some of the demo stuff because that ends up sounding better than re recording. i would say that's the biggest difference. which is a great thing. a lot of times the demos can have something so special that you can't repeat once you're in the real studio. that's happened so many times in the past. i still can't stand the sound of DTLI because my demos have so much more life to them. the only problem is the demos were recorded so fucking bad that they're un usable as album quality.

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Postby Sju on Mon Jul 06, 2015 11:10 pm

I'm very happy to see you so active, Deryck - in the studio, here and on insta, sharing everything with us, and now finally even on stage. Hopefully I'll get to see you live in Prague someday again. Take care. :)
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Re: Deryck Whibley and the Happiness Machines???

Postby Andros on Tue Jul 07, 2015 5:25 am

Mr. Biz wrote: well the process always changes. it's different every album. as time goes on and i get better and faster at recording, it gets harder sometimes to redo some of the demo stuff because that ends up sounding better than re recording. i would say that's the biggest difference. which is a great thing. a lot of times the demos can have something so special that you can't repeat once you're in the real studio. that's happened so many times in the past. i still can't stand the sound of DTLI because my demos have so much more life to them. the only problem is the demos were recorded so fucking bad that they're un usable as album quality.


Thanks for answer my question! About a preview that you posted in your first instagram account and then in the sum 41 account (last one is more worked than the first one), that's the sound that you're looking for?
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Re: Deryck Whibley and the Happiness Machines???

Postby SumGeek on Tue Jul 07, 2015 7:19 pm

Mr. Biz wrote:well thank you very much!! shows have been really fun despite me being so fucking sick! today's my rest day before the LA show. and i feel like i'm getting even sicker now! such a bummer. reading your comments makes my day feel brighter. thank you


I think you becoming more sick on your off day is your body telling you it needs a dose of the stage again; you told the crowd at the Casbah that their hangover cure is fast music, well, I think it's the fast music you play tonight that might just do the trick for you! And I'm really glad to hear that I've brightened your day in the slightest. You've brightened my week with these solo shows, and I can't wait to see what else the rest of the year has in store for you! I know it only is going up from here.
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Postby TomiT14 on Tue Jul 07, 2015 7:42 pm

Deryck, about the setlist, how much was it influenced by the poll at Sum41.com? Or was it more about trying out "new" songs after a long while?
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Postby HugoDisasters on Wed Jul 08, 2015 9:59 am

TomiT14 wrote:Deryck, about the setlist, how much was it influenced by the poll at Sum41.com? Or was it more about trying out "new" songs after a long while?

I think the poll was created too recently to have affected the current setlist?

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Postby Mr. Biz on Wed Jul 08, 2015 5:22 pm

HugoDisasters wrote:
TomiT14 wrote:Deryck, about the setlist, how much was it influenced by the poll at Sum41.com? Or was it more about trying out "new" songs after a long while?

I think the poll was created too recently to have affected the current setlist?



i took that into consideration. and i got some ideas from it. thanks to everyone who participated.
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Re: Deryck Whibley and the Happiness Machines???

Postby J-Town on Wed Jul 08, 2015 5:52 pm

Deryck! I was at the show in LA last night. It inspired me to finally create an account after all these years of just reading these boards.

Amazing job! Congratulations on getting back up on stage. It looked like you never stopped honestly. So much energy, you killed it. Great setlist. I especially loved Summer (despite the technical difficulties), Angels with Dirty Faces, and Walking Disaster. Always love that you play some of 88 at the end of Motivation.

Your passion for music truly inspires me man, that's how I've felt for the past 10+ years. It's great to see someone as accomplished as yourself still have that fire 15 years into their career. Cheers on the 3 shows, and I'm looking forward to seeing the Sums quite soon!
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Re: Deryck Whibley and the Happiness Machines???

Postby Mr. Biz on Wed Jul 08, 2015 7:14 pm

J-Town wrote:Deryck! I was at the show in LA last night. It inspired me to finally create an account after all these years of just reading these boards.

Amazing job! Congratulations on getting back up on stage. It looked like you never stopped honestly. So much energy, you killed it. Great setlist. I especially loved Summer (despite the technical difficulties), Angels with Dirty Faces, and Walking Disaster. Always love that you play some of 88 at the end of Motivation.

Your passion for music truly inspires me man, that's how I've felt for the past 10+ years. It's great to see someone as accomplished as yourself still have that fire 15 years into their career. Cheers on the 3 shows, and I'm looking forward to seeing the Sums quite soon!


well thank you for joining and for coming to the show. i had a blast other than, yeah, the technical shit. but hey it's a rock show. i fall in love more and more with music as i get older. i don' think i'll ever stop. as long as there's skumfuks i will play music!
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Re: Deryck Whibley and the Happiness Machines???

Postby TomiT14 on Wed Jul 08, 2015 9:00 pm

Mr. Biz wrote:as long as there's skumfuks i will play music!


You can always count on me to book you to play at my backyard! :glad:
Although I'm sure I'm not the only one, so watch out for Rolling Stone references 40 years from now. :winkwink:
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Postby J-Town on Wed Jul 08, 2015 9:52 pm

Mr. Biz wrote:
well thank you for joining and for coming to the show. i had a blast other than, yeah, the technical shit. but hey it's a rock show. i fall in love more and more with music as i get older. i don' think i'll ever stop. as long as there's skumfuks i will play music!


You will never run out of us skumfuks!

Glad you have that outlook on the technical shit. It's easy to get pissed at stuff like that but you're right, it's all just part of the show. You handled it like a professional. Passed the time with some stories and rocked on.

I sadly can't make it to Chain Reaction on the 19th but looking forward to an LA Sum 41 show in the future. Been coming to the shows since I was a teenager, no plans on ever stopping!
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Postby Andros on Thu Jul 09, 2015 5:06 am

Guys, what do you think that will be the "exciting" thing for tomorrow from the Sums? Check it out

https://instagram.com/p/45KyBqmZ2C/
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