I had the idea for this exact product in 2003. 😐
Deliver professional quality, multi-camera livestreaming and recording at an affordable price. Up to 10 HD cameras, graphic overlays, video transitions with highly efficient post editing for rapid turn-around.
240,000+ views. Director Gil Baker: "This offline preview featuring Grammy winners Glen Campbell, Elvis Costello, Larry Knechtel, Graham Nash and Michelle Phill...ips with Joe Osborn, Carol Kaye, Hal Blaine, Jerry Cole, Al Casey, Jim Horn, Don Randi, Earl Palmer, Al Jardine, Terry Kirkman and Micky Dolenz also includes fooage (shot by Charles Grodin) of Simon & Garfunkel rehearsing at Carnegie Hall and in Paul Simon's apartment."
The aeolian harp is a zither played only by wind, with long low tension strings. In a windy place you can hear a lot of harmonics, haunting! Full video with tut...orial here by Stan Hershonik (I tried, it works!) youtube.com/watch?v=dUsnR4ifqNs
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I was curious how I could do a multi-track video. I see so many other people do it... Wrote a little song while I was brewing a pot of beer a few weeks ago and tried it with three tracks of video. I'm sooo out of practice doing multi-track it's embarrassing. I keep screwing up that reggae rhythm... But what the heck? Check it out, just don't take me too seriously... ; ) Oh, I have no idea what that instrument is actually called. I picket it up in China in 98'. We affectionately call it the BBQ Base.
Good to know.