Posts Tagged ‘video’
2012-08-10 Blog RSS
Two months ago, I had my cable & internet shut off for a week due to lack of funds. Last month, that time was down to five days. This month, I only had to suffer two days of no-media between shut off date and payday. Whoohoo! Next month, I’ll be current. There are some definite [...]
Read --> Fun With Time Lapse Video
2012-08-06 Blog RSS
My father was a country singer, songwriter and guitar player. You can hear his music and read more about him at: http://www.rybird.com/volliebrown.html . He had a 1946 Gibson acoustic he bought new, that I have since acquired. He was a patient man, and showed me all the basic open chords and how to play a few simple country songs
Read --> Rybird part 2- The early playing years.
2012-08-01 Blog RSS
I listened to Rybird’s new album, Music for Interrogation, and it’s a full-on, energetic musical adrenaline rush. Every track grabs you and pulls you in and doesn’t let you go, and then swirls around in your mind for a long time after it’s over.
Read --> Music for Interrogation available now at cdbaby.
2012-07-31 Blog RSS
Music didn’t just give me energy, it controlled me. Depending on the style of music being played, I may have become subdued and relaxed as opposed to dancing. I would really be attracted towards mood music that affected my mood, and dreamy music, that encouraged daydreaming.
Read --> Rybird’s Music Life | Part 1 | The Early Years
2011-11-22 Blog RSS
Videos from this week in years past… Re-Runs, I know… One year ago this week, we had a big snowstorm here in the Great Northwest, from which I made what I think is a fun little chronicle about biking and busing in the snow (more on my current transportation situation coming soon). Featuring the music [...]
Read --> Re-Runs: This Week in Joko Videos
2011-08-17 Blog RSS
I’ve been in a bit of video slump lately. Over the last few years, my videography hobby has had me recording, editing and publishing 10 to 20 YouTube videos every month. So far this August, I’ve made none. Zero. Zip. Zilch. Surely going to back to work doesn’t mean I have to abandon my favorite [...]
Read --> What In The Name of Summer is This?
2011-04-28 Blog RSS
Sausage. Who amongst the omnivores here doesn’t love sausage? Going back to it’s origins, sausage is the respectable older sibling of the hot dog: let’s take cuts of meat that would otherwise be unpalatable to the western tongue, grind them up with a few regular cuts and stuff the results into something that is 0usable and easily cooked, I.e., intestine casings.
Read --> Sausage: Making the Good Out of Who Knows What
2011-04-07 Blog RSS
What would you do if someone entrusted you with his or her creative life’s work and you had the power to celebrate or denigrate it, and then you found it, meh… so so?
This is what happened to me 4 years this week. When I bought my ukulele, I kinda charmed the owner of the small, independent music store I had bought it from in Walnut Creek, CA
Read --> Mirrors In The Rain: A Mock Opera
2011-02-27 Blog RSS
If you read yesterday’s blog, you’ll recall the ducks and geese were having a swell old time swimming around the picnic tables at James Taylor Park in Newport. (No, not that James Taylor! General James Taylor, the founder of Newport.) I thought it might be a good idea to head back down there with the [...]
Read --> Boring Goose Videos and Flying Pigs
2011-02-17 Blog RSS
accident videoclip (2:49 min) by LUCIA LIP filmed, directed and produced by LUCIA LIP in august, 2010 accident track (2:49 min) by LUCIA LIP LUCIA LIP: voices, words, music, instruments, programming instruments: microKorg, shure sm58, danelectro de1, boss ds2 mixing desk: yamaha mg 82cx voice recorded by LUCIA LIP in august, 2010 music recorded by [...]
Read --> LUCIA LIP – accident videoclip
2011-02-14 Blog RSS
It had been about 3 months since I made one of these “random” videos. It’s a fun way to do something creative without having to think too much about it. I watched 7 hours or so of NBA basketball today, so that influenced my decision of the music to use for the background. I make [...]
Read --> Random Solitude
2011-01-21 Blog RSS
Many times a transistor especially will cease to function when it warms up or gets hot. So we carefully start at one end and freeze a transistor and wait 30 seconds for the temp to drop before moving on to the next transistor. If we hear that the pedal or electro widget starts working, we have found the culprit
Read --> Non Greek Methods of Repairing Rocktron Pedals or other Electro Widgets.
2011-01-19 Blog RSS
Try to remember that amps times volts equals watts. This is the power formula, and you need to know it backwards too. Watts divided by volts equal amps
Read --> Keep up with your power.
2010-12-14 Blog RSS
If they can put that damned autostart music in a blog, we should be able to post videos again. Let’s see what happens…. var hupso_services_t=new Array(“Twitter”,”Facebook”,”Google Plus”,”Linkedin”,”StumbleUpon”,”Digg”,”Reddit”,”Bebo”,”Delicious”); var hupso_toolbar_size_t=”medium”;var hupso_counters_lang=”en_US”;var hupso_url_t=”http://www.friendburst.com/blog/5940/video-test/”;var hupso_title_t=”Video Test”;
Read --> Video Test
2010-12-09 Blog RSS
I came across this video while looking for something else. I’ve always liked this song, always thought it was kinda cute (especially the guy at the beginning, sounds like he’s saying, “Hey boy…. hey boy….) This is the first time I’ve seen it with subtitles, so now I know what they’re singing about. So typical [...]
Read --> Ievan Polkka: nothing but sex and violence
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